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Last Updated: Sunday September 18 2005 10:13 GMT

Premiership: Sixth win for Blues

Chelsea striker Hernan Crespo
Chelsea won their sixth Premiership win in a row as they enjoyed a 2-0 victory away to second-placed Charlton.

Hernan Crespo and Arjen Robben were both on target for the defending champions in the second half.

Crespo had earlier hit the post for the Blues, although Charlton - who were unbeaten at the start of the day - also had their chances to score.

A last-minute goal at Sunderland denied the Black Cats a first Premiership win of the season against West Bromwich.

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Zoltan Gera headed in from a corner with seconds left on the clock at the Stadium of Light to devastate the home supporters.

Earlier, Gary Breen headed in after only seven minutes from a corner to put the home side in front.

Birmingham City survived going down to 10 men against Portsmouth and earned a good point after a 1-1 draw at Fratton Park.

Nicky Butt was sent off for the visitors after Lomana LuaLua and Jiri Jarosik both scored inside the opening six minutes.

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