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Arsenal brush Hull aside to close on second spot

Published: Monday 4 May 2015, 22.50CET
Arsenal FC are well placed to finish runners-up to Chelsea FC after a fine first-half showing set them up for victory at Hull City AFC, the Gunners' eighth away win in a row.
Arsenal brush Hull aside to close on second spot
Aaron Ramsey celebrates with fellow scorer Alexis Sánchez ©Getty Images

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Published: Monday 4 May 2015, 22.50CET

Arsenal brush Hull aside to close on second spot

Arsenal FC are well placed to finish runners-up to Chelsea FC after a fine first-half showing set them up for victory at Hull City AFC, the Gunners' eighth away win in a row.

Arsenal FC go back level with Manchester City FC in second after eighth successive away win.
• Alexis Sánchez scores twice in 3-1 victory at Hull City AFC, with Aaron Ramsey also on target.
• Stephen Quinn pulls one back for Hull side a point and place above relegation zone.
• The Gunners have four games left to play; Manchester City, ahead on goal difference, have three.
• Jack Wilshere nearly scores after coming on for first appearance since November.

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Last updated: 06/05/15 8.24CET

Results

English Premier League 2014/15

Matches
HomeAway
Last updated: 04/05/2015 22:53 CET

04/05/2015

HullHull1-3ArsenalArsenal

Quinn 56

Alexis Sánchez 28, 45+1, Ramsey 33

Venue: Hull

03/05/2015

TottenhamTottenham0-1Man. CityMan. City

Agüero 29

Venue: London

03/05/2015

ChelseaChelsea1-0Crystal PalaceCrystal Palace

Hazard 45

Venue: London

02/05/2015

Man. UnitedMan. United0-1West BromWest Brom

J. Olsson 63

Venue: Manchester

02/05/2015

SunderlandSunderland2-1SouthamptonSouthampton

Jordi Gómez 21 (P), 55 (P)

Mané 22

Venue: Sunderland

02/05/2015

SwanseaSwansea2-0StokeStoke

Jefferson Montero 76, Ki Sung-Yong 90+2

Venue: Swansea

02/05/2015

West HamWest Ham1-0BurnleyBurnley

Noble 24 (P)

Venue: London

02/05/2015

Aston VillaAston Villa3-2EvertonEverton

Benteke 10, 45, Cleverley 64

Lukaku 59 (P), Jagielka 90+2

Venue: Birmingham

02/05/2015

LiverpoolLiverpool2-1QPRQPR

Coutinho 19, Gerrard 87

Fer 73

Venue: Liverpool

02/05/2015

LeicesterLeicester3-0NewcastleNewcastle

Ulloa 1, 48 (P), Morgan 17

Venue: Leicester

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