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Last Updated: Sunday, 4 May, 2003, 17:15 GMT 18:15 UK
How the title was won in photos
Arsenal players celebrate during their 4-1 victory at Leeds
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Arsene Wenger's double-winners start the season in fine fashion, going nine games unbeaten including a crushing win over Leeds
Bolton's Gudni Bergsson consoles Ryan Giggs in defeat
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Meanwhile Man Utd look a shadow of their former selves in successive 1-0 defeats to Bolton at home and Leeds away
Gerard Houllier is overshadowed by the image of Arsene Wenger on the big screen
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Gerard Houllier's Liverpool hit the top in October but Arsenal lurk ominously behind them as the Reds' form falters
Sir Alex Feguson lambasts his players during the 3-1 defeat at Maine Road
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Man Utd's challenge looks dead in the water after an abject 3-1 defeat to rivals Man City leaves Sir Alex Ferguson fuming
Robert Pires and Thierry Henry celebrate a goal in the 5-1 win over Man City
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The Gunners set the pace in the new year with a run of 12 games undefeated, the highlight a 5-1 thrashing of Man City
Thierry Henry sits dejected after a 2-0 defeat to Blackburn
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The Arsenal bubble bursts in a 2-0 defeat against Blackburn, but they still hold an advantage at the top of the table
Ruud van Nistelrooy celebrates Manchester United's sixth goal
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Manchester United and Ruud van Nistelrooy hit a golden streak, ending Newcastle's title dreams with a 6-2 victory
Patrick Vieira trudges off the field injured during the 2-2 draw with Man Utd
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The top two draw at Highbury, but more significantly Arsenal lose Patrick Vieira to injury and Sol Campbell to a red card
Martin Keown deflects Youri Djorkaeff's free-kick into his own goal for the Bolton equaliser
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A late own-goal from Martin Keown allows Bolton to sneak a draw, a crushing blow to the Gunners' ambitions
Paul Scholes celebrates scoring against Tottenham
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Paul Scholes scores his sixth goal in three games in the win over Tottenham as the pendulum swings firmly in Man Utd's favour
An Arsenal fan sits dejected after the 2-2 draw at Bolton
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Arsenal fans see Man Utd move clear at the top with time running out, leaving their title dreams hanging by a thread
Ruud van Nistelrooy celebrates with David Beckham against Charlton
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Ruud van Nistelrooy's hat-trick against Charlton means Arsenal need to win at home to Leeds to keep their title hopes alive
A dejected looking Thierrry Henry trudges off the pitch
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Henry's face says it all as Leeds end Arsenal's title chances with a 3-2 win at Highbury, handing Man Utd the Premiership

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