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Arsenal impress as Burnley stun Manchester City

Published: Saturday 14 March 2015, 20.23CET
Manchester City FC lost at Burnley FC as their title defence took a further blow, allowing third-placed Arsenal FC to move within a point after victory over West Ham United FC.

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Published: Saturday 14 March 2015, 20.23CET

Arsenal impress as Burnley stun Manchester City

Manchester City FC lost at Burnley FC as their title defence took a further blow, allowing third-placed Arsenal FC to move within a point after victory over West Ham United FC.

 Manchester City FC's title defence suffers further blow with 1-0 defeat at lowly Burnley FC
• George Boyd's stunner moves Clarets 18th and leaves City five points off Chelsea FC. 
Arsenal FC cement place in top four with 3-0 home success against West Ham United FC.
• Olivier Giroud, Aaron Ramsey, Mathieu Flamini score as Gunners close on Chelsea.

• Christian Benteke and Gabriel Agbonlahor score first-half doubles in Aston Villa FC's 4-0 win
• Villains' biggest win of season sees them move above opponents Sunderland AFC into 16th.
Crystal Palace FC pull nine points clear of 19th-placed Queens Park Rangers FC with 3-1 win.
• First-half Wilfried Zaha, James McArthur and Joel Ward goals enough for the Eagles.
• Brown Ideye gets only goal of game as West Bromwich Albion FC see off Stoke City FC.
• Bottom-side Leicester City FC eight without win after 0-0 draw against ten-man Hull City AFC.

Elsewhere
Bundesliga: Bayern go 14 points clear
Liga: Messi stretches Barça's lead
Serie A: Juventus stretch lead further
Ligue 1: St-Étienne, Montpellier secure wins

Last updated: 14/03/15 22.56CET

Results

English Premier League 2014/15

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HomeAway
Last updated: 14/03/2015 20:25 CET

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BurnleyBurnley1-0Man. CityMan. City

Boyd 61

Venue: Burnley

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ArsenalArsenal3-0West HamWest Ham

Giroud 45+1, Ramsey 81, Flamini 84

Venue: London

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LeicesterLeicester0-0HullHull

Venue: Leicester

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SunderlandSunderland0-4Aston VillaAston Villa

Benteke 16, 44, Agbonlahor 18, 37

Venue: Sunderland

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West BromWest Brom1-0StokeStoke

Ideye 19

Venue: West Bromwich

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Crystal PalaceCrystal Palace3-1QPRQPR

Zaha 21, McArthur 40, Ward 42

Phillips 83

Venue: London

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