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Saturday, 19 October, 2002, 13:15 GMT 14:15 UK
Premiership clockwatch
All the action from the Premiership
Full-time:

Blackburn 5-2 Newcastle
Everton 2-1 Arsenal
Fulham 1-1 Man Utd
Man City 0-3 Chelsea
Sunderland 0-1 West Ham
West Brom 1-1 Birmingham

Early result: Leeds 0-1 Liverpool


Goalflashes and major incidents

1653 BST
Everton 2-1 Arsenal
Everton's 16-year-old substitute striker Wayne Rooney comes off the bench to give the home side the lead in the 90th-minute with a glorious 25-yard strike.

Arsenal have only a few minutes to save their record 30-game unbeaten run.

1650 BST
Man City 0-3 Chelsea
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbank makes it three for Chelsea at Maine Road when he rams home a floated Mario Melchiot pass. It's his first goal from open play of the season.

1645 BST
West Brom 1-1 Birmingham
Jason Roberts equalises for West Brom in a hot-tempered Midlands derby.

1644 BST
Man City 0-2 Chelsea
A moment of class from Gianfranco Zola gives Chelsea their second goal at Manchester City, the Italian latching onto a chipped Graeme Le Saux pass before smashing the ball past Peter Schmeichel.

1643 BST
West Brom 0-1 Birmingham
Within seconds of going down to ten men, an own goal from West Brom's Darren Moore gives Birmingham a late lead.

1640 BST
Olivier Tebily sent off
Birmingham's centre back Tebily is given a second yellow card for obstructing Roberts.

1633 BST
Blackburn 5-2 Newcastle
Blackburn kill off 10-men Newcastle with a fifth goal at Ewood Park, defender Martin Taylor getting his second goal.

1632 BST
Laurent Blanc concedes a penalty when he drags back Fulham's Steve Marlet and is lucky to stay on the pitch. Fabian Barthez saves Steed Malbranque's poorly-hit spot kick.

1630 BST
Man City 0-1 Chelsea
Chelsea take the lead against the run of play after a well-worked Enrique de Lucas corner.

Emmanuel Petit flicks the ball on to the far post where Zola nods home his seventh goal of the season.

1623 BST
Blackburn 4-2 Newcastle
Andy Griffin's own goal ends Newcastle's Alan Shearer inspired fightback.

Shay Given manages to keep out a powerful header from an unmarked Keith Gillespie but the ball bounces off Griffin and into the net.

1621 BST
Fulham 1-1 Man Utd
A mix-up in the Fulham box allows Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to pull United level, battering the ball past Edwin Van der Sar for his fifth goal of the season.

1613 BST
Blackburn 3-2 Newcastle
Blackburn edge back in front when David Dunn's volley ricochets off Laurent Robert and falls to Taylor to score his first goal for more than a year.

1609 BST
Sunderland's Kevin Phillips puts the ball in the net at the Stadium of Light but the equaliser is ruled out for offside. The move sparks the subdued north east crowd into life.

1604 BST
Blackburn 2-2 Newcastle
Shearer pulls Newcastle level at Blackburn with a bulleted header from 12 yards.

1600 BST: Second half kicks off

1536 BST
Blackburn 2-1 Newcastle
Shearer gives Newcastle hope with a 36th minute penalty - his 300th league and cup goal.

1536 BST
Fulham 1-0 Man Utd

Rufus Brevett's whipped cross is too good for United's two centre backs and Marlet arrives to stab Fulham into the lead.

1525 BST
Everton 1-1 Arsenal
Tomasz Radzinski equalises for Everton. Lee Carsley's 25-yard shot hits the post and Radzinski reacts quickest to fire the rebound past David Seaman.

1522 BST
Sunderland 0-1 West Ham

Trevor Sinclair lashes home a beautifully lofted Paolo di Canio long ball to put West Ham ahead at Sunderland.

1508 BST
Everton 0-1 Arsenal
The Gunners score for the 49th consecutive Premiership game when Freddie Ljungberg pounces on a loose ball, smashing it past Richard Wright from about six yards.

1508 BST
Blackburn 2-0 Newcastle
Dunn scores his second goal within four minutes, curling a 12-yard shot into the Newcastle net.

1504 BST
Blackburn 1-0 Newcastle.
Newcastle are reduced to ten men when Nikos Dabizas is sent off for handling the ball on the line.

Dunn slots the 4th minute penalty to put Blackburn ahead.

1500 BST
Six Premiership matches kick off.



Team news

New Sunderland boss Howard Wilkinson makes six changes to the team that lost at Arsenal.

Phillips is back from injury while record signing Tore Andre Flo is not even on the bench for the clash against West Ham.

Julio Arca is also a surprise omission from the missing from the 16-man squad.

Solskjaer is named in place of injured Ruud van Nistelrooy for Manchester United's trip to Fulham, with Paul Scholes behind him.

Missing five other key players, Sir Alex Ferguson names 18-year-old youth player Kieran Richardson on the bench.

Chelsea manager Claudio Ranieri perseveres with Hasselbaink instead of Icelandic striker Eidur Gudjohnsen.

Jermaine Jenas takes the place of injured Kieron Dyer for Newcastle's match against Blackburn.

Kanu and Thierry Henry will start for Arsenal at Goodison Park, with Francis Jeffers making a return to the bench for the match against his old club.


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