Premier League - Every goal in 90 seconds

Mon, 28 Feb 01:24:00 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).

West Ham United climbed off the bottom of the Premier League with an uplifting and well-deserved 3-1 home win over Liverpool on Sunday.

Scott Parker was again West Ham's inspiration, defying a shoulder injury to deliver a great performance and score the opening goal.

West Ham went ahead after 22 minutes with a superb goal by Parker, the England midfielder playing a one-two with Thomas Hitzlsperger before placing a shot beyond Pepe Reina.

They doubled their lead at the end of the first half when Demba Ba headed in a Gary O'Neil cross.

Liverpool struggled to get control and though they pulled one back through Glen Johnson after 86 minutes West Ham had the final say when Carlton Cole blasted home in stoppage time.

The victory took West Ham to 28 points and above Wigan Athletic and West Bromwich Albion and behind Wolverhampton Wanderers only on goal difference. It completed a good week for the Londoners after they thrashed Burnley 5-1 on Monday to reach the quarter-finals of the FA Cup.

Liverpool remain sixth on 39 points, six behind fifth-place Chelsea.

In the day's other game Manchester City were held 1-1 at home by Fulham as former City manager Mark Hughes enjoyed a satisfying return to his former club.

City led with a powerful shot by Mario Balotelli after 26 minutes but did little else to impose themselves.

Fulham levelled three minutes into the second half when Andy Johnson crossed low for Damien Duff to finish.

Striker Javier Hernandez's well-taken double on a rare Premier League start helped leaders Manchester United move four points clear with a 4-0 romp at Wigan Athletic on Saturday.

Hernandez touched in Nani's cross at the near post to give United the lead on 17 minutes and he slotted in his second 16 minutes from time after linking up with Wayne Rooney.

The England striker then tapped in a third on 84 from substitute Dimitar Berbatov's pass and defender Fabio Da Silva got the fourth.

Wolverhampton Wanderers moved off the foot of the table and out of the bottom three by thrashing 10-man Blackpool 4-0 at Molineux.

Sylvan Ebanks-Blake scored twice for Wolves, who made their extra man count after Blackpool's leading scorer DJ Campbell was sent off just before half-time for raising his hands at Richard Stearman.

In other games, Jermaine Beckford scored twice to give Everton a much-needed 2-0 win at home to Sunderland and Ashley Young also netted two as Aston Villa won 4-1 at home to Blackburn Rovers, who had defender Ryan Nelsen sent off. Newcastle United and Bolton drew 1-1.


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