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Liverpool end Manchester City’s unbeaten run with 4-3 thriller, See other results

Liverpool on Sunday evening became the first team to beat Manchester City in the 2017/2018 season of the English Premier League (EPL) defeat the champions-elect 4-3 at Anfield.

Goals from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane saw Jurgen Klopp’s side gain a win that takes them up to third place in the table.

The result means that Liverpool ended Manchester City’s hopes of matching Arsenal Invincibles

Earlier on Sunday, Arsenal went ahead at Bournemouth on Sunday before falling to a surprise 2-1 defeat.

In the games played on Saturday, Harry Kane made history as Tottenham brushed Everton aside at Wembley in Saturday’s final Premier League action.

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Two goals in the second half for the striker saw him leapfrog Teddy Sheringham as Spurs’ all-time top scorer in Premier League history.

Earlier, Chelsea were held by 10-man Leicester City to miss the chance to move into second in the Premier League standings on Saturday.

It was a different story for West Ham who thumped Huddersfield in a 4-1 win to move into 11th, level on points and goal difference with Crystal Palace after the Eagles beat Burnley 1-0.

Meanwhile, at the bottom of the table, Swansea City were denied victory in a 1-1 draw with Newcastle United, and struggling West Bromwich Albion picked up a rare win against Brighton & Hove Albion.

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Saturday’s Results

Chelsea 0-0 Leicester City

Crystal Palace 1-0 Burnley

Huddersfield Town 1-4 West Ham United

Newcastle United 1-1 Swansea City

Watford 2-2 Southampton

West Bromwich Albion 2-0 Brighton & Hove Albion

Tottenham Hotspur 4-0 Everton

Sunday’s Results

Bournemouth 2-1 Arsenal

Liverpool 4-3 Manchester City

Second-placed Manchester United host Stoke City on Monday, the visitors currently without a coach after sacking Mark Hughes following their FA Cup defeat by League Two Coventry City.

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