5 Things We Learned from Premier League Weekend

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5 Things We Learned from Premier League Weekend
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For the first time since October, Manchester City have lost their grip on the top spot in the Premier League. 

City led the league for more than four months, but a 1-0 loss at newly promoted Swansea City on Sunday saw Manchester United take the top spot from their noisy neighbors.

Meanwhile, Chelsea eked out a 1-0 win at home opposite Stoke in their first match under new interim manager Roberto Di Matteo, and Liverpool continued to baffle and disappoint with an uninspiring 1-0 loss at Sunderland. 

Tottenham lost their third Premier League match in row for the first time since Harry Redknapp took over in late 2008, and the cries for goal-line technology got even louder with a missed call in Bolton's 2-1 win over Queens Park Rangers. 

Arsenal and Newcastle have yet to kick off at Emirates, but there was plenty more to take away from this weekend in England. 

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