Premier League Week 10 Scores: Breaking Down Sunday's Results
Week 10 of the 2013-14 Premier League slate saw a major shift in the top of the league standings.
Arsenal topped Liverpool on Saturday to reassert themselves as the club with the best form in England, improving their lead to five points over the Reds and Chelsea.
But the action continued over into Sunday, with a couple of exciting matchups.
Let's break down the biggest results from the Sunday slate of games.
Tottenham 0, Everton 0
Tottenham Hotspur had a golden opportunity to nudge their way into the top two, but it fell by the wayside in a stale scoreless draw with Everton.
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Entering with 19 points, Spurs could've easily jostled into second place with Liverpool and Chelsea sitting at 20. In fact, Everton's 18 points meant they would also move into second with a win.
Andre Villas-Boas' squad controlled the tempo early on but could not capitalize as none of the 16 shots and six on goal found netting.
Everton found their own success by winning possession 52-48 and notching seven corner kicks, but it did not translate. They only put one shot on goal.
Despite the lackluster performances from each club, Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard had a big day with six saves. Hugo Lloris was busy as well in net for Spurs.
Cardiff City 1, Swansea City 0
Cardiff City are in the midst of a promising campaign as they've surprised by being anywhere other than the relegation zone, and it continued with a big victory over rival Swansea.
There were few chances for either club on the affair, with six shots on goal combined between both Cardiff and Swansea.
It was also noticeably sloppy, with eight total offsides calls.
The two sides looked likely to sputter to a draw until Steven Caulker netted one in the 62nd minute against his former club. The 21-year-old has dazzled since arriving at Cardiff after an underwhelming stint with Swansea.
The win meant Cardiff jumped to 12 points and ahead of Swansea's 11. They sit at 12th and 13th, respectively, in the standings.
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