City catch Chelsea but United are held
Saturday, December 20, 2014
Manchester City FC recorded a sixth consecutive victory to move level on points with leaders Chelsea FC, but Manchester United FC's winning run was halted at Aston Villa FC.
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• David Silva scores two as Manchester City FC claim 3-0 home success against Crystal Palace FC.
• Yaya Touré seals victory – his third in five outings this term.
• Champions record sixth consecutive Premier League win.
• City level on points with leaders Chelsea FC, who visit Stoke City FC on Monday.
• Manchester United FC's six-game winning run ended with 1-1 draw.
• Ten-man Aston Villa FC led United through Christian Benteke but Radamel Falcao equalises.
• West Ham United FC point behind third-placed United after 2-0 defeat of Leicester City FC.
• Andy Carroll and Stewart Downing on target for Hammers.
• Southampton FC end run of five straight defeats with 3-0 home success against Everton FC.
• Tottenham Hotspur FC record third consecutive victoy in all competitions, beating Burnley FC 2-1.
• Ki Sung-Yong scores crucial goal as Swansea City AFC win 1-0 at Hull City AFC.
• Defeat leaves hosts in bottom three.
• Charlie Austin hat-trick earns Queens Park Rangers FC 3-2 comeback success.
• West Bromwich Albion FC quander two-goal lead as QPR climb out of bottom three.
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