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LONDON -- Thierry Henry scored during injury time Sunday to give Arsenal a 2-1 comeback win over Manchester United in the Premier League.

Henry took a cross from defender Emmanuel Eboue and headed the ball past diving goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar in the third minute of injury time.

Robin van Persie had tied the score in the 83rd for Arsenal, keeping United from opening a nine-point lead over two-time defending champion Chelsea. Van Persie received a pass from Henry at the far post before shooting the ball into the top of the net past Van der Sar.

"You cannot expect anything better -- to play against Man United and be 1-0 down and come back like that right at the end and win the game," Henry said.

Wayne Rooney gave United the lead in the 53rd minute when he met a cross from Patrice Evra at the far post after it had been sent on by Arsenal defender Emmanuel Eboue.

"We lost two goals from positions I didn't think we could lose goals," said Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson, who added his team dropped too far back after Rooney's goal. "When we get up in that winning position again, we won't be making that mistake, I can tell you that."

In first-half injury time, Arsenal goalkeeper Jens Lehmann tipped Rooney's volley from 25 yards off the crossbar and out of play. In the ensuing scramble off the corner kick, Lehmann dived to his left to keep Henrik Larsson's header from slipping into the bottom right of the goal.

Chelsea lost to Liverpool 2-0 Saturday. United leads the standings with 57 points, followed by Chelsea with 51 points. Liverpool is third with 46 points, one more than Arsenal.

Everton handed Wigan its seventh straight loss in the Premier League, getting two goals from Mikel Arteta in a 2-0 win.

MILAN, Italy -- Inter Milan extended its league record run of victories to 13 after beating Fiorentina 3-1 in the Italian league.

Adriano, who had gone nine months without scoring before Christmas, set up Dejan Stankovic in the 19th minute for Inter's first goal, and the scored with a free kick in the 24th. Luca Toni had put Fiorentina ahead in the fifth minute, and Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored Inter's third in the 71st from close range.

Inter fans made offensive chants against Real Madrid striker Ronaldo, who is reportedly seeking a move to city rival AC Milan. The fans also unfurled banners, one reading: "Ronaldo clown." Ronaldo played for Inter from 1997-02.

Inter, which is unbeaten in the league, leads the Serie A with 54 points. AS Roma is second, 11 points behind, after tying 1-1 at Livorno.

Cristiano Lucarelli put Livorno ahead with a 20th-minute penalty kick, but Roma captain Francesco Totti made it 1-1 in the 74th with a shot from five yards.

Giuseppe Rossi, at Parma on loan from Manchester United, scored to lead his team over Torino 1-0. The 19-year-old forward was born in the United States but has played for Italy's under-21 team.

MADRID, Spain -- Barcelona reclaimed first place in the Spanish league after defeating last-place Gimnastic Tarragona 3-0 on goals from Javier Saviola, Ludovic Giuly and Andres Iniesta.

The win, Barcelona's first of 2007 and its second in only six matches, moved the defending champions above Sevilla on goal difference. Sevilla had held first place since Dec. 17.

Saviola, who has six goals in his last three games, scored the first goal in the 18th minute. Giuly added another in the 65th by putting back a rebound.

Iniesta, a 57th-minute substitute for Deco, scored the third in the 81st after goalkeeper Albano Bizarri had left his goal to push the ball away from Ronaldinho.

Valencia won its sixth straight in the league, beating Real Sociedad 1-0. David Villa scored his 10th goal of the season with a free kick from the edge of the penalty area in the 29th minute.

AMSTERDAM, Netherlands -- Ajax regained second place in the Dutch league after downing FC Utrecht 2-0.

Ajax took the lead in the 11th minute when Johnny Heitinga sent a hard shot into the net, and Ryan Babel set up Welsey Sneijder for the second goal in the 21st.

Feyenoord, which was kicked out of the UEFA Cup on Friday for violence, lost to NAC Breda 4-1. Sander van Gessel and Mike Zonneveld each scored in the first half and Glen Salmon added two more in the second for AZ. Pierre van Hooijdonk converted an 86th-minute penalty for Feyenoord.

PSV Eindhoven leads the league with 56 points following Saturday's 3-1 win over SC Heerenveen. Ajax is next with 45 points, one more than AZ Alkmaar, which beat 10-man ADO The Hague 3-1 Friday.