Mikel Arteta and Santi Cazorla of Arsenal at the finsl whistle during the Barclays Premier League match between Manchester City and Arsenal at Etihad Stadium on September 23, 2012 in Manchester, England.
Football - Fulham v Sunderland - Barclays Premier League - Craven Cottage - 18/11/12 Mladen Petric celebrates with Hugo Rodallega (R) and Dimitar Berbatov (Top) after scoring the first goal for Fulham Mandatory Credit: Action Images / Tony O'Brien
Football - Fulham v Sunderland - Barclays Premier League - Craven Cottage - 18/11/12 Fulham's Steve Sidwell and Sunderland's Jack Colback (R) in action Mandatory Credit: Action Images / Tony O'Brien
Football - Fulham v Sunderland - Barclays Premier League - Craven Cottage - 18/11/12 Fulham's Brede Hangeland (L) is later sent off following this challenge on Sunderland's Lee Cattermole Mandatory Credit: Action Images / Tony O'Brien
For Pete's sake
Peter Odemwingie heads home the winning goal for West Brom to shock Chelsea, 2-1 Saturday at the Hawthorns.
Norwich's Grant Holt battles Manchester United's Chris Smalling for a ball in the box during Saturday's BPL match at Carrow Road.
Grant Holt of Norwich and Chris Smalling of Manchester United compete for a ball in midfield during Saturday's BPL action.
Norwich's Michael Turner has an attempt on goal in Saturday's BPL action at Carrow Road.
Football - Norwich City v Manchester United - Barclays Premier League - Carrow Road - 17/11/12 Norwich's Grant Holt in action with Manchester United's Michael Carrick (L) Mandatory Credit: Action Images / Henry Browne
Ceching out the other net
Having pushed forward late in stoppage time, Chelsea's Petr Cech tries to keep the ball inbounds in the West Brom penalty area as his opposite Boaz Myhill looks on.
West Brom's Peter Odemwingie tussles for the ball with Chelsea's Eden Hazard during Saturday's BPL action.
Antonio Valencia of Manchester United is tripped by Bradley Johnson of Norwich City as they fight for the ball. Norwich would go on to beat United at home, 1-0.
West Brom's Youssouf Mulumbu is shielded off the ball by Chelsea's Eden Hazard during Saturday's match at the Hawthorns.
In the bag
Peter Odemwingie celebrates with Shane Long after scoring the winning goal for West Brom on Saturday.
Reading's Mikele Leigertwood (L) and Everton's Thomas Hitzlsperger in action.
Reading's Hal Robson Kanu in action with Everton's Seamus Coleman (R).
To the top!
Adam Le Fondre celebrates scoring the second goal for Reading from the penalty spot.
Southampton manager Nigel Adkins (2nd R) shakes hands with QPR manager Mark Hughes.
Southampton's Steven Davis (R) in action with QPR's Samba Diakite.
QPR's Ryan Nelsen in action with Southampton's Nathaniel Clyne.
Jonathan De Guzman of Swansea City (R) and Vurnon Anita of Newcastle United in action.
Cheick Tiote of Newcastle United (L) and Leon Britton of Swansea City in action.
Jonathan De Guzman of Swansea City (R) and Vurnon Anita of Newcastle United in.
Over the top
Newcastle's Demba Ba (R) scores their first goal.
Aston Villa players argue with the officials after a penalty was awarded to Manchester City.
Aston Villa's Ciaran Clark (R) in action with Manchester City's Carlos Tevez on Saturday.
Carlos Tevez celebrates after scoring the fifth goal for Manchester City.
Did you see that?
Aston Villa's Andreas Weimann (R) talks to referee Jonathan Moss.
Wigan Athletic's James McCarthy (R) challenges Liverpool's Luis Suarez during their English Premier League soccer match in Liverpool, northern England November 17, 2012.
Jose Enrique (C) celebrates with teammates after scoring the third goal for Liverpool.
Liverpool's Luis Suarez (R) shoots past Wigan Athletic's Maynor Figueroa during their English Premier League soccer match in Liverpool, northern England November 17, 2012.
Out of reach
Carlos Tevez (L) scores the fifth goal for Manchester City Mandatory.
Battle it out
Wigan Athletic's Arouna Kone (C) in action with Liverpool's Jose Enrique and Liverpool's Daniel Agger (R).
Liverpool's Luis Suarez crumpled in pain during Saturday's match.
Gareth Bale of Tottenham Hotspur (L) is challenged by Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna at Emirates Stadium.
Emmanuel Adebayor gives Tottenham the lead with a close-range finish, but the afternon was to take a bad turn for the former Arsenal striker.
Adebayor (3rd R) is shown a straight red card by referee Howard Webb (L) for a studs-up challenge on Santi Cazorla.
German defender Per Mertesacker (R) heads home to give Arsenal an equalizer against 10-man Spurs.
French striker Olivier Giroud celebrates giving Arsenal a 3-1 lead.
Lukas Podolski puts the Gunners 2-1 in front with a neat finish inside the penalty area, although his shot took a slight deflection off former Gunners defender William Gallas.