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Last Updated: Tuesday, 4 January, 2005, 19:22 GMT
Tuesday's Premiership photos
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger
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Arsenal 1-1 Man City: Arsene Wenger's side need a win to keep in touch with the top, but go 1-0 down after 30 minutes
Shaun Wright-Phillips fires his shot past Phillipe Senderos and keeper Manuel Almunia
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Shaun Wright-Phillips unleashes an unstoppable right-footer from 25 yards to silence the home fans and win City a point
Arjen Robben makes a trademark run to outfox Boro's defenders
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Chelsea 2-0 Middlesbrough: The league-leaders start brightly as they aim to strengthen their hold on top spot in the league
Didier Drogba is cheered by the Stamford Bridge faithful
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Didier Drogba thanks boss Jose Mourinho for a starting berth with a brace of goals in just three first-half minutes
James Beattie applauds the Everton fans
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Everton 2-1 Portsmouth: Toffees boss David Moyes parades new signing James Beattie in front of the home fans
Alan Stubbs heads home
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Everton defender Alan Stubbs heads the home side into the lead with a header from Thomas Gravesen's corner
Leon Osman celebrates his match-winner
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Yakubu gets one back for Pompey, but it counts for nothing as Leon Osman's injury-time goal bags all three points
El Hadji Diouf evades the attentions of Birmingham's Kenny Cunningham
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Birmingham 1-2 Bolton: The visitors, without a Premiership win since October, start well with a goal from El Hadji Diouf
Kevin Nolan wheels away after scoring
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Matthew Upson gets one back for the Blues, but Bolton's Kevin Nolan scores a long-awaited last-gasp winner
Alan Smith fights for the ball with Spurs' Noe Paramot
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Man United 0-0 Tottenham: The home side start brightly, with Alan Smith forcing a fine save from Paul Robinson
Tottenham's Michael Carrick and Robbie Keabe remonstrate with officials
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But Spurs are denied are denied the win after a clear goal from Pedro Mendes is not given by the referee




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