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Eden Hazard and Samuel Etoo scored first-half goals as Chelsea came from behind to secure a 2-1 win over title rival Liverpool in the Premier League on Sunday. After Martin Skrtel put the Reds in front from close range at Stamford Bridge after only four minutes, Hazard hit back in the 17th with a superb strike. Etoo gave Jose Mourinhos team a decisive lead from Oscars back pass in the 34th. Third-place Chelsea trails leader Arsenal by two points and Manchester City by one point. Liverpool is six points adrift after slipping to a second consecutive loss. Hazard was splendid throughout in his playmaker role, while Chelseas defenders did a good job of containing Luis Suarez, who was reunited with Branislav Ivanovic for the first time since he bit the Serbian defender on the arm last season and was banned for 10 games. With captain John Terry becoming the fourth Chelsea player to make 600 appearances for the club, the game started at a high tempo, with both sides involved in a gritty contest for possession. After Etoo was lucky to escape a booking for his challenge on Jordan Henderson, Liverpool made the most of the subsequent free kick, with Skrtel scoring a poachers goal from close range. Chelsea failed to clear Philippe Coutinhos free kick, Suarez headed the ball beyond Ivanovic and Skrtel tapped it home. Chelsea reacted immediately, only for Hazard to see his effort saved before Gary Cahill headed wide from Frank Lampards free kick in the eighth minute. Chelseas penalty appeals were waved away by referee Howard Webb after Hazard appeared to be clipped by Lucas in the box, and Lampard forced keeper Simon Mignolet to tip the ball over with a trademark powerful shot from outside the box. The home side was rewarded for its pressure soon afterward when Hazard gave Mignolet no chance with a superb curling shot for his eighth league goal of the season. Mourinho was forced to make an early defensive change as the injured Ivanovic was replaced by Ashley Cole after 30 minutes. But Liverpool struggled to contain the Blues relentless attacks and Etoo converted his teams dominance into a goal when he scored from close range from Oscars pass, despite Mignolet getting a hand to the ball. The Reds continued to threaten on the break and had a chance to level before the interval, with Joe Allens shot from the right side of the box drawing a good diving save from Petr Cech. There were further scoring chances in the second half, with Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho being unlucky to see his looping header hit the crossbar from a free kick as Cech looked well-beaten. At the other end, Etoo missed a clear-cut chance when he fired straight at Mignolet from a good position in the 54th. Suarezs volley four minutes later was easily stopped by Cech as Liverpool created more space in the hosts half. But Chelsea weathered Liverpools attacks and could even have won by a bigger margin. Former Liverpool striker Fernando Torres eased past Mamadou Sakho and Skrtel but failed to beat Mignolet with his shot in the closing stages. The France striker ended a run of seven matches without a goal when he broke the deadlock with a header from Theo Walcotts free kick in the 65th minute. It was Girouds 11th goal this season. Arsenal overtook Manchester City to regain top spot in the Premier League with 42 points from 19 matches, with City trailing one point behind. "There was a big satisfaction because we surprised many people and we want to go from there, we played two away games and got six points against West Ham and Newcastle and as you can see the team is ready for a fight," Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said. "Lets keep fighting and trying to develop the team." In a scrappy encounter with few chances for both sides, the hosts missed an opportunity to level the score in added time when Hatem Ben Arfa fired a shot wide. Mesut Ozil missed the game with a shoulder injury, and Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said he expects the Germany midfielder to be out for Wednesdays game against Cardiff as well. Wengers team enjoyed long periods of possession and created several chances early on but was unable to convert them before Newcastle almost went ahead toward the end of the first half when Moussa Sissokos shot was tipped over by Wojciech Szczesny. Mathieu Debuchy also headed against the bar. Giroud had a chance to double the lead when Walcotts lob from close range was saved by Debuchy but the Frenchman failed to connect properly with the loose ball. Newcastle pushed forward toward the end but Alan Pardews team slipped to just its second loss in 10 Premier League matches. "We certainly didnt deserve to get beat but a mistake cost us at a set play, and we then had some moments at the end but we have come out with our confidence renewed even though we have lost," Pardew said. New manager Tim Sherwood earned his first win at White Hart Lane on Sunday as Tottenham easily beat Stoke 3-0 in the Premier League. Roberto Soldado converted his fifth penalty of the season in the first half while Aaron Lennon and Mousa Dembele added goals in the second for a comfortable win. It was Tottenhams first clean sheet in the league since Nov. 3 and the win puts Spurs level on points with Manchester United with 34 at the halfway point of the season. Tottenham next travels to Old Trafford to play United on Wednesday. Stoke never looked like threatening the Spurs goal, although had a penalty appeal waved away when Michael Dawson hacked down Oussama Assaidi in the box when the game was goalless. Three days after its first home loss in a year, Everton bounced back to beat Southampton 2-1 at Goodison Park in the Premier League on Sunday. The home side took the lead through Seamus Coleman in the ninth minute when the defender slotted into the net from close range. Southampton battled back and found the equalizer through Gaston Ramirez, who converted Adam Lallanas pass with a left-footed shot from outside the box in the 71st. But Romelu Lukaku, who came into the game without a goal in five matches, found the winner three minutes later to banish memories of the unlikely 1-0 loss to last-place Sunderland on Boxing Day. Olivier Giroud ensured that Arsenal will finish the year atop the Premier League standings by scoring the winner for the Gunners in a 1-0 win at Newcastle on Sunday. New Balance Outlet Canada . Its been two seasons in one for both parties and neither will look back on the first 18 games fondly. 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Granada defender Diego Mainz barged into the back of Villa to send the Spain striker to the ground inside the area and Costa stepped up to the spot to score his 12th league goal in the 38th minute. Costa showed no effects of the news that his Brazilian citizenship may be revoked after he elected to play for Spains national team, as the forward was a constant threat for Atletico and forced several saves from goalkeeper Roberto.Moeen Ali hopes England can assert themselves in the series decider against Bangladesh in Chittagong after admitting they took a step backwards in Dhaka. The hosts squared the series after defending 238-8 in the second one-day international on Sunday, when Englands top order looked all at sea as they staggered to 26-4 off the first 10 overs.While captain Jos Buttler emerged with credit after a run-a-ball 57, Englands batsmen seemed to adopt a safety-first approach that has been the antithesis of the form that has seen them flourish since last years woeful World Cup campaign. Nasser Hussain and Nick Knight discuss the series decider between Bangladesh and England with the pair thinking changes are likely for the visitors. Moeen admits that was the most disappointing aspect of the 34-run defeat and he is eager to put that right in the third and final ODI at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium on Wednesday.He told Sky Sports News HQ: I think if we are going to lose we would rather lose playing the way we do normally, and that was the biggest disappointment. Jos played really well but nobody else did really. Watch NOW TV Watch Sky Sports for £6.99 - no contract We were like the old England a bit. Thats something we have highlighted. Sometimes its going to happen but thats the first time in a couple of years we have done it so Im sure its just a one-off.We are pretty confident still. We know we let ourselves down the last game but we have put that to bed now and wont be taking a backward step. The best way for us to play is with aggressive cricket and keep attacking.The second ODI was overshadowed by the incident that followed Buttlers dismissal, with the England captain engaged in angry exchanges with several Bangladesh fielders for what he felt were over-exuberant celebrations.Buttler was given an official reprimand by the International Cricket Council and opposite number Mashrafe Mortaza and Sabbir Rahman were fined 20 per cent of their match fees for their part in the incident.Moeen said: (Jos) has a lot of fire in his belly. You should see the warm-ups, like the football, hes probably the most fiery oout of all of us.dddddddddddd Watch Buttlers outburst at the Bangladesh players during Englands 2nd ODI defeat on Sunday Hes probably not as calm as people think he is. He looks it, but he is very fiery in terms of his cricket, and is very passionate and gets fired up.There was further controversy at the end of the match when the players were shaking hands as Ben Stokes seemed to confront Tamim Iqbal although the ICC decided not to investigate that incident. Rob Key and The Suns John Etheridge preview the third ODI between Bangladesh and England on Wednesday Asked whether the flashpoints would up the ante for the decider, Moeen said: It has a little bit. We really want to win the series and want to stop them winning too. Well be giving everything for that.Whether they get the chance remains to be seen. England were forced indoors after heavy rain an hour into their only practice session in Chittagong and poor weather is forecast for Wednesdays game.You can watch Englands tour of Bangladesh, plus Premier League football and the British Masters on Sky Sports. Upgrade now and enjoy three months at half price! Also See: Buttler warned after outburst Bayliss backs Buttler WATCH: Tempers flare England will be fired up ' ' '

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