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Horncastle: Parma have been failed

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By ESPN Staff

Dempsey helps Fulham tie with his third of the season

LONDON -- Arsenal scored three goals in the second half to beat Tottenham 3-1 in the Premier League on Saturday and extend to nearly eight years its unbeaten streak over its north London rival.

Emmanuel Adebayor scored twice at White Hart Lane, with Cesc Fabregas putting Arsenal ahead for the first time in the 80th minute. Gareth Bale gave Tottenham the lead in the 15th. Adebayor leveled in the 65th and added Arsenal's third goal in the 90th.

Manchester United also needed a late winner, with Nemanja Vidic heading into goal in the 83rd for the Red Devils to beat Everton 1-0. Everton used loan signing Stefan Wessels in goal after Tim Howard dislocated his finger while playing for the United States.

Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina saved a penalty kick in a 0-0 draw at Portsmouth.

In other games, it was: Birmingham 1, Bolton 0; Sunderland 2, Reading 1; West Ham 3, Middlesbrough 0; and Wigan 1, Fulham 1.

Later, Chelsea hosted Blackburn. On Sunday, Manchester City hosts Aston Villa.

Arsenal now has 13 points, with Liverpool and Manchester United on 11 after the Premier League resumed after a two-week international break.

Tottenham has not beaten Arsenal in any competition since November 1999, when it won a league match 2-1 at White Hart Lane.

Fulham midfielder Clint Dempsey scored his third goal of the season in the 11th minute when he took a cross from Diomansy Kamara to score. Fulham also fielded U.S. defender Carlos Bocanegra and the Fulham captain nearly extended the lead in the 25th but sent his header over the crossbar.

Germany
BERLIN -- Bayern Munich was held to a 1-1 draw by Schalke to cut its Bundesliga lead to one point.

Bayern now has 11 points from five rounds and leads Arminia Bielefeld and Eintracht Frankfurt by one point.

Schalke remained unbeaten and, with seven points, is one of 11 teams that pulled within four points of Bayern.

Ivan Rakitic put Schalke ahead in the 36th minute, while Klose leveled in the 54th.

Bielefeld and Frankfurt are more familiar with fighting relegation than challenging at the top of the German standings. Bielefeld beat Hansa Rostock 4-2, while Frankfurt edged Hamburger SV 2-1.

Defending champion Stuttgart shook off its injuries and slow start to the season, beating Energie Cottbus 3-0 to join Schalke four points behind Bayern.

Cacau returned from a five-week injury layoff to score in the 53rd, followed by a goal from Ewerthon in the 78th. Germany forward Mario Gomez added another in the 82nd.

Bayer Leverkusen beat VfL Bochum 2-0 and Nuremberg and Hannover 96 played to a 2-2 draw. On Friday, Dortmund routed Bremen 3-0. On Sunday, VfL Wolfsburg plays Karlsruhe and Duisburg faces Hertha Berlin.

Scotland
GLASGOW, Scotland -- DaMarcus Beasley scored his second goal of the Scottish Premier League season in a 4-2 loss to Hearts.

Beasley scored with a left-footed angled drive in the 74th in Rangers' first league loss this season.

Andrew Driver, Ibrahim Tall, Michael Stewart and Kestutis Ivaskevicius scored to give Hearts its third win in a row. Daniel Cousin also scored for Rangers, which lost top place in the standings to Celtic.

Celtic's 5-0 win over Inverness came off two goals from Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink, one each from Massimo Donati and Shunsuke Nakamura, and an own-goal from Phil McGuire.

That gave Celtic 16 points and the standings lead for the first time this season. Rangers has 15 points.

Also, it was: Aberdeen 1, Motherwell 2; Falkirk 1, Hibernian 1; and Gretna 1, Kilmarnock 2.