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Last Updated: Saturday, 21 October 2006, 11:19 GMT 12:19 UK
Saturday's football photos

Fulham defender Zat Knight (second right) is booked for his appeal

Aston Villa 1-1 Fulham: Zat Knight's appeal to referee Chris Foy not to award a penalty to Villa falls on deaf ears

Moritz Volz celebrates scoring for Fulham

Gareth Barry tucks in the spot-kick, but Fulham level before half-time when Moritz Volz turns in Tomasz Radzinski's pass

Aston Villa manager Martin O'Neill urges his side on

Villa fail to break down a resolute Fulham side after the break, but remain the only unbeaten club in English football

Charlton's Dennis Rommedahl

Charlton 0-0 Watford: Dennis Rommedahl, Jerome Thomas and Darren Bent all go close to opening the Addicks account

Watford's Hameur Bouazza (left) and Jordan Stewart (right) tackle Charlton's Andy Reid

But the Hornets defence holds firm and the bottom two sides in the Premiership go in at half-time all-square

Charlton boss Iain Dowie

Addicks boss Iain Dowie appeal in vain for a penalty following a tangle between Jordan Stewart and Amdy Faye

Watford boss Adrian Bothroyd and Charlton manager Iain Dowie shake hands after their 0-0 draw

Darius Henderson misses Watford's best chance, blazing over from six yards, as both teams must settle for a point

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho

Chelsea 2-1 Portsmouth: Blues boss Jose Mourinho berates his players after they miss a number of early chances

Andriy Shevchenko reacts after missing a chance to score for Chelsea

Andriy Shevchenko comes closest to opening the scoring but Pompey keeper David James saves his curling effort

Andriy Shevchenko scores for Chelsea against Portsmouth

Ten minutes after the break, Shevchenko makes amends, stroking home Arjen Robben's pull-back from 12 yards

Andriy Shevchenko celebrates his goal with the Chelsea fans

The Ukranian striker's joy is tempered somewhat when he is booked for involving the Chelsea fans in his celebrations

Portsmouth keeper David James looks on as Chelsea players celebrate scoring their second goal in the background

And two minutes later James is beaten again when Didier Drogba's headed pass is nodded home by Michael Ballack

A rainbow over Stamford Bridge during Chelsea's 2-1 win against Portsmouth

A Benjani goal briefly lifts the gloom at Stamford Bridge for Pompey, but the Blues hold on to move top of the Premiership

Mikel Arteta (centre) scores for Everton

Everton 2-0 Sheffield Utd: Mikel Arteta climbs highest to head the home side ahead from Phil Neville's cross

Sheffield United's Claude Davis fouls Andy Johnson

Claude Davis is sent off for the Blades after half an hour for a professional foul on Toffees striker Andy Johnson

James Beattie scores for Everton from a penalty

And James Beattie doubles Everton's advantage from the resulting penalty despite the best efforts of Paddy Kenny

Everton boss David Moyes (left) and Sheffield United manager Neil Warnock

Boss Neil Warnock makes his intentions clear after the break but the Blades end the game still searching for an away goal

Emile Heskey beats Richard Dunne to the ball to score Wigan's opening goal

Wigan 4-0 Man City: Emile Heskey beats Richard Dunne to the ball to put the home side in front in the second minute

Manchester City defender Richard Dunne (right) heads the ball past Nicky Weaver

And Dunne's afternoon gets worse when he heads Josip Skoko's free-kick past his own keeper two minutes later

Antonio Valencia scores Wigan's fourth goal

And two more goals in quick succession after the break from Henri Camara and Antonio Valencia secures victory


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