Premier League - Every goal in 90 seconds

Mon, 17 Jan 01:43:00 2011

Watch all the weekend Premier League goals in a super-quick 90-second burst.

You can click the links underneath the picture for in-depth highlights of all the games (UK only).

Manchester United survived the late dismissal of Rafael Da Silva to draw 0-0 at Tottenham Hotspur and Kenny Dalglish endured a frustrating return to Anfield as Liverpool were held 2-2 by Everton on Sunday.

Sunderland drew 1-1 with neighbours Newcastle United and Birmingham City and local rivals Aston Villa also shared two goals as all four Premier League matches ended in stalemate.

United's eighth draw in 10 away games took them top on 45 points from 21 matches, ahead on goal difference of Manchester City, who beat Wolverhampton Wanderers 4-3 on Saturday and have played two games more.

Arsenal are third on 43 with Chelsea fourth on 38 after victories over West Ham and Blackburn respectively on Saturday with Spurs fifth on 37.

Tottenham went into Sunday's game with high hopes of securing their first win over United in 20 attempts spanning 10 years but they never did enough to unsettle the impressive visiting defence.

Peter Crouch shot just wide in the breathless early exchanges and Rafael van der Vaart sent an exquisite curler just over the bar once the game had settled.

Brazilian full-back Rafael collected his second yellow in the 73rd minute for a hotly-disputed trip of Benoit Assou-Ekotto but though Spurs threw men forward they never looked like ending United's unbeaten record this season.

It was a very different type of draw at Anfield, where Kenny Dalglish went through the full gamut of emotions on his emotional first home game in charge.

Liverpool, without suspended captain Steven Gerrard, produced a committed performance and deservedly led their Merseyside neighbours through a crisp strike by Raul Meireles.

Everton, though, turned the game upside down with two goals in the first seven minutes of the second half from Sylvain Distin and Jermaine Beckford.

Liverpool came back strongly and levelled through Dirk Kuyt's 68th-minute penalty after Tim Howard fouled Maxi Rodriguez.

Liverpool stay 13th on 26 points, behind Everton on goal difference.


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