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Registration Date: 12-27-2022
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League-leading Arsenal have defeated West Ham United 3-1
as England's high-octane Premier League awoke from its
World Cup hibernation with goals, red cards and late
Boxing Day drama.

Despite missing the injured Gabriel Jesus, Oleksandr Zinchenko, Takehiro Tomiyasu and Emile
Smith Rowe, Mikel Arteta's Gunners extended their lead at the top of the table from
five to seven points after coming from a goal down at the break at the
Emirates in front of former boss Arsene Wenger.


Bukayo Saka, Gabriel Martinelli and Edward Nketiah strikes saw off the visitors, after Said Benrahma's
27th-minute penalty, for a 13th victory in 15 league games.


"I just give him (Nketiah) a big hug because he totally deserved it the way he played. It was a very Eddie Nketiah goal and an outstanding performance by him,"
Arteta told Amazon Prime.

"You could feel the last few games he has been trying but he didn't score. He didn't score in the friendlies but that will give him confidence."

Earlier on Monday at Goodison Park, Julen Lopetegui's first league
match as manager of Wolverhampton Wanderers ended in wild celebrations as Rayan Ait-Nouri scored
a 94th-minute breakaway goal to beat Everton 2-1.


The Toffees had taken an early lead through Jerry Mina but
Daniel Podence levelled from a clever free kick before Ait-Nouri inflicted Everton's sixth defeat in eight
league games.

"This is only one step," Spaniard Lopetegui said.



"We are a in a bad position. We have to enjoy our victory but we have not done anything yet."

That win lifted Wolves off the bottom, replaced by
a Southampton side beaten 3-1 at home by Brighton & Hove Albion.

Solly March created a goal for Adam Lallana, pressured
Romain Perraud into an own goal and scored himself at St Mary's before the hosts' James Ward-Prowse converted a penalty at the second attempt.


Newcastle United, Liverpool and Crystal Palace also scored three when winning away, the Magpies
going second after their 3-0 victory at Leicester City.


The Magpies were two up in seven minutes through Chris Wood's penalty and Miguel
Almiron. Joelinton added a third on the 32nd.

"Today was a big test for us and [I'm] delighted [with] how the players started," Newcastle boss Eddie Howe said.


Victory moved Newcastle above Manchester City,
who visit Leeds United on Wednesday.

Those results meant Liverpool needed to
win the tea-time game at Aston Villa.

Mo Salah and Virgil van Dijk scored in the first half
and while Ollie Watkins halved the deficit after the break, 18-year-old Spanish substitute Stefan Bajcetic made the game safe with his first senior goal.



Crystal Palace defenders Tyrick Mitchell and James Tomkins were sent off either
side of Bobby Decordova-Reid's 31st-minute goal for Fulham at
Selhurst Park.

Tim Ream and Alexsander Mitrovic added further goals for
the Cottagers who won a Premier League London derby for only the second time in 29 attempts.



At Brentford, Harry Kane scored as Tottenham came back from 2-0 down to draw.


Ivan Toney netted along with Vitaly Janelt for the Bees before Kane began Spurs'
now customary fightback after the seventh match in succession in which they have gone behind.


Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg then grabbed an equaliser.

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League-leading Arsenal have defeated West Ham United 3-1
as England's high-octane Premier League awoke from its
World Cup hibernation with goals, red cards and late
Boxing Day drama.

Despite missing the injured Gabriel Jesus, Oleksandr Zinchenko, Takehiro Tomiyasu and Emile
Smith Rowe, Mikel Arteta's Gunners extended their lead at the top of the table from
five to seven points after coming from a goal down at the break at the
Emirates in front of former boss Arsene Wenger.


Bukayo Saka, Gabriel Martinelli and Edward Nketiah strikes saw off the visitors, after Said Benrahma's
27th-minute penalty, for a 13th victory in 15 league games.


"I just give him (Nketiah) a big hug because he totally deserved it the way he played. It was a very Eddie Nketiah goal and an outstanding performance by him,"
Arteta told Amazon Prime.

"You could feel the last few games he has been trying but he didn't score. He didn't score in the friendlies but that will give him confidence."

Earlier on Monday at Goodison Park, Julen Lopetegui's first league
match as manager of Wolverhampton Wanderers ended in wild celebrations as Rayan Ait-Nouri scored
a 94th-minute breakaway goal to beat Everton 2-1.


The Toffees had taken an early lead through Jerry Mina but
Daniel Podence levelled from a clever free kick before Ait-Nouri inflicted Everton's sixth defeat in eight
league games.

"This is only one step," Spaniard Lopetegui said.



"We are a in a bad position. We have to enjoy our victory but we have not done anything yet."

That win lifted Wolves off the bottom, replaced by
a Southampton side beaten 3-1 at home by Brighton & Hove Albion.

Solly March created a goal for Adam Lallana, pressured
Romain Perraud into an own goal and scored himself at St Mary's before the hosts' James Ward-Prowse converted a penalty at the second attempt.


Newcastle United, Liverpool and Crystal Palace also scored three when winning away, the Magpies
going second after their 3-0 victory at Leicester City.


The Magpies were two up in seven minutes through Chris Wood's penalty and Miguel
Almiron. Joelinton added a third on the 32nd.

"Today was a big test for us and [I'm] delighted [with] how the players started," Newcastle boss Eddie Howe said.


Victory moved Newcastle above Manchester City,
who visit Leeds United on Wednesday.

Those results meant Liverpool needed to
win the tea-time game at Aston Villa.

Mo Salah and Virgil van Dijk scored in the first half
and while Ollie Watkins halved the deficit after the break, 18-year-old Spanish substitute Stefan Bajcetic made the game safe with his first senior goal.



Crystal Palace defenders Tyrick Mitchell and James Tomkins were sent off either
side of Bobby Decordova-Reid's 31st-minute goal for Fulham at
Selhurst Park.

Tim Ream and Alexsander Mitrovic added further goals for
the Cottagers who won a Premier League London derby for only the second time in 29 attempts.



At Brentford, Harry Kane scored as Tottenham came back from 2-0 down to draw.


Ivan Toney netted along with Vitaly Janelt for the Bees before Kane began Spurs'
now customary fightback after the seventh match in succession in which they have gone behind.


Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg then grabbed an equaliser.

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