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Liverpool on the up after sinking Southampton

Published: Sunday 22 February 2015, 19.15CET
Liverpool FC closed within a point of fifth-placed Southampton FC thanks to a 2-0 win on the south coast, while Tottenham Hotspur FC and Everton FC both hit late equalisers.

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Published: Sunday 22 February 2015, 19.15CET

Liverpool on the up after sinking Southampton

Liverpool FC closed within a point of fifth-placed Southampton FC thanks to a 2-0 win on the south coast, while Tottenham Hotspur FC and Everton FC both hit late equalisers.

• Liverpool FC defeat Southampton FC 2-0 to go sixth, a point behind their opponents.
• Coutinho opens scoring with spectacular long-range effort after three minutes.
• Raheem Sterling doubles the advantage with 17 minutes remaining.
• Brendan Rodgers' Reds have won five of their last six Premier League games.
• Southampton have mustered one victory in last five outings in all competitions.

• Harry Kane rescues a point for Tottenham Hotspur FC late on against West Ham United FC.
• The forward slams in to earn a 2-2 draw after seeing his 96th-minute penalty saved.
• Cheikhou Kouyaté and Diafra Sakho had put Hammers 2-0 up before Danny Rose reduced deficit.
• Bottom side Leicester City FC denied victory after rallying to lead 2-1 at Everton FC.
• Matthew Upson deflects in Romelu Lukaku's 88th-minute header to leave Foxes four points adrift.

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Last updated: 23/02/15 0.14CET

Results

English Premier League 2014/15

Matches
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Last updated: 22/02/2015 19:10 CET

22/02/2015

SouthamptonSouthampton0-2LiverpoolLiverpool

Coutinho 3, Sterling 73

Venue: Southampton

22/02/2015

EvertonEverton2-2LeicesterLeicester

Naismith 57, Upson 88 (og)

Nugent 63, Cambiasso 70

Venue: Liverpool

22/02/2015

TottenhamTottenham2-2West HamWest Ham

Rose 81, Kane 90+6

Kouyaté 22, Sakho 62

Venue: London

21/02/2015

Man. CityMan. City5-0NewcastleNewcastle

Agüero 2 (P), Nasri 12, Džeko 21, Silva 51, 53

Venue: Manchester

21/02/2015

Aston VillaAston Villa1-2StokeStoke

Sinclair 20

Diouf 45, Moses 90+3 (P)

Venue: Birmingham

21/02/2015

ChelseaChelsea1-1BurnleyBurnley

Ivanović 14

Mee 81

Venue: London

21/02/2015

Crystal PalaceCrystal Palace1-2ArsenalArsenal

Murray 90+4

Santi Cazorla 8 (P), Giroud 45+1

Venue: London

21/02/2015

HullHull2-1QPRQPR

Jelavić 16, N'Doye 89

Austin 39

Venue: Hull

21/02/2015

SunderlandSunderland0-0West BromWest Brom

Venue: Sunderland

21/02/2015

SwanseaSwansea2-1Man. UnitedMan. United

Ki Sung-Yong 30, Gomis 73

Ander Herrera 28

Venue: Swansea

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