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Last Updated: Sunday, 5 November 2006, 13:09 GMT
Sunday's football photos

Claude Makelele scores

Tottenham 2-1 Chelsea: Claude Makelele finds the net with a cracking volley to put Chelsea in front after 15 minutes

Chelsea celebrate the opening goal

The strike is only Makelele's second ever goal for Chelsea and delights his team-mates as well as boss Jose Mourinho

Michael Dawson celebrates

But 10 minutes later defender Michael Dawson heads home his first goal for Tottenham to haul the home side level

Aaron Lennon celebrates

Tottenham go ahead early in the second half when Aaron Lennon scores after great work on the left by Robbie Keane

John Terry is sent off

Chelsea are then reduced to 10 men when skipper John Terry is sent off by Graham Poll for a second bookable offence

Spurs boss Martin Jol celebreates with his players

Chelsea continue to push forward but Tottenham hang on to celebrate their first league victory over the Blues since 1990

Cesc Fabregas is challenged by Anton Ferdinand

West Ham 1-0 Arsenal: Anton Ferdinand challenges Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas during the first half at Upton Park

Referee Rob Styles with Robin van Persie

Arsenal forward Robin van Persie falls to the ground after appearing to be struck by an object thrown from the crowd

Rob Styles speaks to a policeman

Van Persie is able to continue and the game restarts after a conversation between a police officer and referee Rob Styles

Alexander Hleb goes down in the box

Alexander Hleb goes down under a challenge from Jonathan Spector but Arsenal's appeals for a penalty are waved away

Marlon Harewood scores

The match is heading for a draw when substitute Marlon Harewood nets a winner for West Ham in the last minute

Alan Pardew and Arsene Wenger square up

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger amd Hammers chief Alan Pardew are involved in an angry confrontation following the goal

Blackburn's players protest to referee Howard Webb

Aston Villa 2-0 Blackburn: Referee Howard Webb awards Villa a first-half penalty for a handball by the unlucky Andre Ooijer

Gareth Barry scores

Villa captain Gareth Barry steps up and smashes home from the spot to put his side into the lead

Mark Hughes

The penalty seems harsh on the visitors and Blackburn boss Mark Hughes makes his disgust clear to Webb at half-time

Juan Pablo Angel scores

Juan Pablo Angel pounces to score Villa's second goal after defender Zurab Khizanishvili is caught in possession

Dundee United celebrate Lee Mair's goal

Dundee United 2-1 Rangers: Lee Mair's late goal condemns Rangers to defeat in Craig Levein's first game as United boss


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