Manchester United, Chelsea suffer losses
Champions Manchester United crashed to a second home Premier League defeat in four days when they lost, 1-0, to Newcastle United on Saturday, while Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea was beaten 3-2 at Stoke City.
Luis Suarez-inspired Liverpool climbed to second with a 4-1 romp over West Ham United at Anfield and Manchester City slipped one place to fourth after being held, 1-1, at Southampton.
Tottenham Hotspur rekindled their challenge by winning, 2-1, at Sunderland, while leaders Arsenal, which still has a four-point lead, entertain Everton at The Emirates.
Arsene Wenger’s side has 34 points, ahead of Liverpool and Chelsea with 30, Manchester City (29), Everton and Tottenham (27), and Newcastle (26). Sunderland remains in last place with eight points. Reuters
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