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Last Updated: Saturday, 5 February, 2005, 13:04 GMT
Saturday's Premiership photos
Freddie Ljungberg scores for Arsenal
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Aston Villa 1-3 Arsenal: Freddie Ljungberg scores the Gunners' opening goal in the 10th minute
Ashley Cole of Arsenal
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Ashley Cole slots in the third, after Thierry Henry scores his 10th goal against Villa since 2000
Leon McKenzie of Norwich jumps with Neil Clement of West Bromwich Albion
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Norwich City 3-2 West Bromwich Albion: With just 17 points each, both teams face a vital six-pointer at Carrow Road
Damien Francis of Norwich City
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Damien Francis scores the crucial late winner as Norwich twice come from behind to take all three points
Kieron Dyer scores in the 52nd minute but Rommedahl equalises a minute later
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Newcastle 1-1 Charlton: Kieron Dyer gives the Magpies the lead but Dennis Rommedahl's early reply earns Charlton a draw
Franck Queudrue is mobbed by his team after he gives them a 1-0 lead at the Riverside
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Middlesbrough 1-0 Blackburn: Despite going down to 10 men Boro hold on thanks to a first-half goal from Franck Queudrue
Roy Keane scores his 50th goal for the hosts
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Manchester United 2-0 Birmingham City: Roy Keane scores his 50th goal for the hosts with a fine strike in the 55th minute
Milan Baros celebrates scoring for Liverpool
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Liverpool 3-1 Fulham: Milan Baros adds to strikes from Morientes and Hyypia as Liverpool take all three points
Diomansy Kamara of Portsmouth celebrates his goal
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Tottenham Hotspur 3-1 Portsmouth: Diomansy Kamara opens the scoring for the visitors with a 27th-minute header
Ahmed Mido celebrates his debut goal
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Mido proves to be a great signing, scoring twice on his debut, and Robbie Keane adds to Pompey's woes with the third
Kevin Nolan and team mate Stelios Giannakopoulos celebrate Bolton's lead
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Crystal Palace 0-1 Bolton: The referee's assistant allows Kevin Nolan's header, giving them their seventh win in a row




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