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Last Updated: Sunday, 12 November 2006, 13:02 GMT
Sunday's football photos

Arsenal's players observe a minute's silence

Arsenal 3-0 Liverpool: A minute's silence is observed at the Emirates Stadium to mark Rememberance Sunday

Steven Gerrard is challenged by Mathieu Flamini

Steven Gerrard continues on the right of midfield for Liverpool despite the absence of the injured Momo Sissoko

Thierry Henry takes on Xabi Alonso and Sami Hyypia

Thierry Henry takes on Liverpool midfielder Xabi Alonso as the Gunners look for an early opening

Mathieu Flamini scores

The breakthrough comes when Mathieu Flamini nudges the ball in from close range four minutes before half-time

Kole Toure scores

Arsenal's second goal comes from an unlikely source - Kolo Toure breaks forward from the back to score after 56 minutes

William Gallas scores

And Liverpool's fate is sealed when an unmarked William Gallas heads home from Robin van Persie's corner

William Gallas celebrates

Gallas' delight is clear - the victory takes Arsenal into the top three with a game in hand while Liverpool's title bid looks over

James Harper challenges Jermaine Jenas

Reading 3-1 Tottenham: Reading midfielder James Harper (r) challenges Jermaine Jenas during the opening minutes

Spurs celebrate Robbie Keane's goal

Robbie Keane gives Tottenham the lead with a 23rd-minute penalty after Ibrahima Sonko brings down Hossam Ghaly

Nicky Shorey celebrates with Seol Ki-Hyeon

The home side equalise when left-back Nicky Shorey finds the bottom corner of the Spurs net with a 25-yard effort

Steve Sidwell celebrates his goal

Steve Sidwell takes advantage of some sloppy Tottenham defending to put Reading 2-1 up on the stroke of half-time

Kevin Doyle celebrates

Irish striker Kevin Doyle caps a fine Reading win with a well taken goal 11 minutes from the end

Martin Jol

Spurs boss Martin Jol is left with much to ponder after such an abrupt end to his team's 10-match unbeaten run



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