Premier League Table 2013 Week 11: Updated Standings Following Matchday 10
Newcastle picked up three massive points at St. James' Park on Saturday, surprising Chelsea with a 2-0 victory thanks to second-half goals from Yoan Gouffran and Loic Remy, per Premier League on Twitter:
Yohan Cabaye set up the go-ahead strike with a beautiful cross that his countryman was able to get his head on the end of, breaking the deadlock. In the waning moments, Loic Remy buried a shot into the bottom left corner to secure the win and propel the Magpies up the league table.
|11||West Bromwich Albion||10||3||4||3||0||13|
|15||West Ham United||10||2||4||4||0||10|
Saturday's loaded slate featured seven other intriguing showdowns and concluded with Arsenal beating Liverpool 2-0 to remain atop the league table, per Premier League on Twitter:
Arsene Wenger's squad was lifted by an early goal from Santi Cazorla and a second-half dagger from Aaron Ramsey that put the Gunners up by two goals with 30 minutes left to play. Arsenal is now five points clear of second place through 10 matches.
As for Saturday's early results, David Moyes and defending champions Manchester United got back on track with an impressive 3-1 victory over Fulham at Craven Cottage. The Red Devils were powered by goals from Antonio Valencia, Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney.
United's crosstown rivals, Manchester City bounced back in a big way this weekend. The Citizens were rude hosts against Norwich City, blasting the Canaries 7-0 at Etihad Stadium. Six different players scored for City and Bradley Johnson chipped in with an own goal for Norwich.
The Canaries have nowhere to go but up now as they currently sit in 18th place.
In other action, Sunderland came up short for the eighth time this season, falling 1-0 at Hull City. Surprising Southampton was slowed by Stoke City at Britannia Stadium but managed to pick up a point from a 1-1 draw with the Potters.
Elsewhere, West Brom downed Crystal Palace at The Hawthorns. Saido Berahino and Gareth McAuley scored the Baggies' two goals.
Meanwhile, West Ham failed to jump Aston Villa in the table, playing the Lions to a 0-0 draw at Upton Park.
The trend continued on Sunday as defense won out in Everton's draw with Tottenham at Goodison Park.
Cardiff City prevailed in the weekend's final matchup, topping Swansea on a 62nd-minute goal from Steven Caulker to jump up to 12th in the league table.
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