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 By Nick Ames

Tottenham boost their Premier League title chances with victory at Man City

Christian Eriksen's goal in the 83rd minute propelled Tottenham into second place in the Premier League with a 2-1 win at Man City.
ESPNFC's Craig Burley says that Tottenham have shown their resilience time and time again this season.

MANCHESTER, England -- Three thoughts on Tottenham's 2-1 win against Manchester City.

1. Tottenham prove they're for real

However it happened, and however loud the controversy reverberates over the coming days, Tottenham Hotspur have shown -- like Leicester last week -- that they are for real in the Premier League title race.

Manchester City had shown admirable application to draw level through Kelechi Iheanacho after Harry Kane's hotly disputed penalty had given the visitors the lead, but an 83rd-minute...

Kevin Hughes Aston Villa  By Kevin Hughes

Agbonlahor, Bacuna poor in Aston Villa's bleak display

Liverpool scored four goals in 13 minutes in the second half to complete a rout of Aston Villa at Villa Park.

If there is just one wish to be had, it's that Aston Villa's 6-0 humiliation by Liverpool marks the absolute lowest point of the season. Please don't let it get any worse than this. The fact that Villa are bottom of the Premier League and virtual certainties for relegation has been difficult enough for supporters to live with. But a six-goal thrashing by a club that started the day outside the top half represents a new nadir.

There are many ways to describe Villa's performance: incompetent, embarrassing,...

Arsenal's title belief returns as Leicester get a dose of adversity

Danny Welbeck scored in the dying embers of the match as Arsenal come back from a goal down against 10-men Leicester City.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley recaps Arsenal's brilliant finish over Leicester City.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley rates Arsenal and Leicester City after their thrilling Sunday encounter.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley breaks down N'Golo Kante's dominance in the midfield over Arsenal in the 1st half.
Arsenal's Danny Welbeck and Arsene Wenger speak after their side's exhilarating win over Leicester City.

After a glorious moment from Danny Welbeck that could yet decide the final three months of the title race, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger let the world know what was going through his mind in the fateful final minutes of this 2-1 Arsenal win over Leicester City.

It might be an easy thing to say after the fact, but Wenger indicated that he sensed they would score and that he wasn't quite suffering the same tension as everyone else in the stadium.

"It did smell of a goal, in the last five or...

 By Steven Kelly

Daniel Sturridge inspires Liverpool in an emphatic win at Aston Villa

Liverpool scored four goals in 13 minutes in the second half to complete a rout of Aston Villa at Villa Park.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley praises the return of Daniel Sturridge and Coutinho and says Liverpool now have something to build around.

Liverpool finally located their shooting boots and scored six without reply against an abject Aston Villa.

The rout was begun by Daniel Sturridge, whose mere presence seemed to galvanise the visitors, and his calmly-taken opening goal was followed by strikes from James Milner, Emre Can, Divock Origi, Nathaniel Clyne and Kolo Toure.

Enthusiasm should probably be tempered by the quality of opposition, who now look certain to be relegated, but other weak sides have managed to make life difficult for...

Sumeet Paul blog profile  By Sumeet Paul

Keisuke Honda inspires AC Milan to crucial win over Genoa

Keisuke Honda was on target for Milan with a key second half goal to lead the <i>Rossoneri</i> to a 2-1 win over Genoa.
Keisuke Honda was on target for Milan with a key second half goal to lead the Rossoneri to a 2-1 win over Genoa.

After slipping up at home to Udinese last weekend, AC Milan had to produce the perfect response against Genoa at the San Siro on Sunday. They did just that in a 2-1 win over Gian Piero Gasperini's side, as they continue to apply pressure on their rivals for the third and final Champions League qualification spot.

Sinisa Mihajlovic's men got off to a great start as Carlos Bacca scored his 13th goal of the Serie A season to hand them the lead in the early stages, before Keisuke Honda produced a...

 By Steve Menary

Junior Stanislas, Steve Cook off the pace for Bournemouth vs. Stoke

Eddie Howe wants Bournemouth to capitalize on their opportunities and stay in the Premier League for next season.

Manager Eddie Howe's initial tactic of playing with a lone forward failed to pay off for Bournemouth against Stoke City, who eased home 3-1 to end a three-game losing streak.

The Potteries side had not scored for six hours and 21 minutes when record buy Giannelli Imbula stunned the home crowd by rifling home from outside the box after nine minutes.

The home side lacked a cutting edge with just Benik Afobe up front in the first half and the only meaningful attempt came after 42 minutes from full...