Updated: 07/10/2012 18:09 | By MSN Sport
Premier League in pictures: 6-7 October 2012

All the key moments and pictures from the weekend's top games



Newcastle United's Cheick Tiote reacts after a decision goes against him during his team's game against Manchester United (© Owen Humphreys/PA Wire)
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  • Newcastle United's Cheick Tiote reacts after a decision goes against him during his team's game against Manchester United (© Owen Humphreys/PA Wire)
  • Newcastle United's Steven Harper kneels dejected after Manchester United's Jonathan Evans scores his side's opening goal (© Owen Humphreys/PA Wire)
  • Southampton's Jos Hooiveld (left) hooks the ball into the back of his own goal to give Fulham the lead (© Adam Davy/EMPICS Sport)
  • Liverpool's Steven Gerrard remonstrates with referee Lee Mason during his team's Premier League match against Stoke (© AP Photo/Jon Super)
  • Tottenham Hotspur's Aaron Lennon (centre) celebrates with his team-mates Kyle Walker (left) and Jermain Defoe (right) after scoring his team's second goal (© Nick Potts/PA Wire)
  • Chelsea 4-1 Norwich (© AP Photo-Tom Hevezi)
  • Chelsea 4-1 Norwich (© AP Photo-Tom Hevezi)
  • Chelsea 4-1 Norwich (© AP Photo-Tom Hevezi)
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All 20 Premier League teams were in action this weekend, and several of the country's biggest clubs found themselves embroiled in high-profile clashes and controversies. Click through for more.

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07/10/2012 02:58
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 I am a Man Utd fan And I have to say that once Arsenal lost Van Persie I thought it would be a hard task to keep the team together. As usual the gunners are proving to everyone, like Man Utd, one man does not a team make and are making great headway in the league. Arsenal have always been a dangerous team to play against and have always been entertaining to watch. I sincerely wish that they came though what looks likely to be another hard season for all the premiership teams with a limited budget, with something to show for it. Good luck Arsenal (but go easy on us please, lol)
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As an Arsenal fan i gotta take my hat off to the Hammers they were good that was a tough game even at 1-3 they never gave Arsenal a break. But the Gunners put the blip of losing to Chelsea at home (although dont know how that happened Arsenal deserved at the very least a point from that game). However they battled back from going 1-0 down to an impressive hard fought victory. This is a different Arsenal this season stronger more determined and a big strong squad with Rosicky, Wiltshire, Sagna, still to comeback into the fold. Watch out Chelsea make the most of this as it wont last long.
06/10/2012 19:27
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started well this year, should make for another exciting season
07/10/2012 13:51
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To kevin dillon just cheers eventhough we lost

under sam we r doing ok and well done

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