Premier League - Every goal in 90 seconds

Mon, 21 Mar 00:01:00 2011

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

Goals in 90 seconds

The goals round-up will automatically launch in the picture box on the right and you can click the links underneath the picture for in-depth highlights of all the games (UK only).

Chelsea scored two late goals to beat a toothless Manchester City side 2-0 on Sunday and keep alive their faint hopes of retaining the Premier League title.

The champions went ahead through a 78th-minute header by David Luiz and a late Ramires strike sealed a victory which moved Chelsea above their opponents into third place in the table.

Chelsea are nine points behind leaders Manchester United with a game in hand and still have to play them at Old Trafford.

They have 54 points, one point and one place above City with a game in hand. Arsenal are second on 58 points with United top on 63 after their last-gasp 1-0 win over Bolton Wanderers on Saturday.

Liverpool won 2-0 at Sunderland in Sunday's other match.

Liverpool maintained their chase for a Europa League slot as a fortunate Dirk Kuyt penalty and a great goal by Luis Suarez secured a comfortable victory at Sunderland.

Dimitar Berbatov's late goal gave United victory over Bolton as closest challengers Arsenal lost ground in the Premier League title race despite salvaging a 2-2 draw at West Bromwich Albion.

Substitute Berbatov tapped in from close range after 88 minutes to send Alex Ferguson's team five points clear at the top and earn sighs of relief from his side, who had been reduced to 10 men after the dismissal of Jonny Evans.

Arsenal staged a fightback from two goals down at the Hawthorns but could not find a late winner of their own.

Goals by Andrei Arshavin and Robin van Persie in the last 20 minutes cancelled out strikes by Steven Reid and Peter Odemwingie, who capitalised on a blunder by keeper Manuel Almunia.

In other games, fifth-placed Tottenham Hotspur endured a frustrating time in front of goal as West Ham United held the Champions League quarter-finalists 0-0 in an entertaining encounter at White Hart Lane.

Everton climbed to eighth with a 2-1 victory at home to Fulham in the late game after Louis Saha scored against his former club in the 49th minute following Seamus Coleman's first-half opener. Fulham pulled one back through Clint Dempsey but the hosts held on.

Stoke City thumped Newcastle United 4-0, while Wigan Athletic scored deep into stoppage time to beat fellow relegation battlers Birmingham City 2-1 at the DW Stadium.

Wigan stayed bottom on 30 points but there are only three points between them and 13th-placed Blackburn Rovers, who came back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Blackpool.

Wolves are third from bottom after beating West Midlands rivals Aston Villa 1-0 at Villa Park, where home fans held up a banner reading "Had enough, Houllier out" as defeat for Gerard Houllier's team left them one point above the relegation zone.


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