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Pictures: The weekend's Premier League action in photos

Catch up on the weekend's top-flight action as Man City go top and there are useful wins for Aston Villa, Liverpool, QPR and Chelsea.
Sunderland 0-1 Newcastle United: Sunderland's Stephane Sessegnon bursts through the Newcastle midfield as the home side dominate early on
Stephane Sessegnon with two Newcastle United challengers
Arsenal 0-2 Liverpool: Arsenal and Liverpool's players warm up for their clash at Emirates Stadium; Samir Nasri starts, in what could well be his final game for the club
Samir Nasri warms up with Theo Walcott
But the away side take the win, as a free-kick on the edge of the Sunderland box is floated in by Ryan Taylor, goalkeeper Simon Mignolet is caught in no-man's land, the ball hits the back of the net and it's 1-0 to Newcastle
Newcastle United scoring the first goal
Kenny Dalglish celebrates on the touchline as a terrible own goal from Aaron Ramsey is followed by a cool finish from Luis Suarez. Liverpool take a 2-0 victory, their first win away at Arsenal in over 11 years
Kenny Dalglish celebrates
Aston Villa 3-1 Blackburn Rovers: A sweet curling finish from Gabriel Agbonlahor gives Villa a 2-0 lead; it's a great start to Alex McLeish's first home game in charge
James Collins and Gabriel Agbonlahor of Aston Villa
Everton 0-1 QPR: It's hands on heads time among the Everton back four, as QPR frontman Tommy Smith is given time and space to turn and fire a shot beyond the despairing gloves of Tim Howard
Tommy Smith celebrates QPR's goal
Swansea 0-0 Wigan: Swansea supporters welcome Premier League football to Liberty Stadium for the very first time; visiting Wigan Athletic fans watch their team scrap, but there are no goals after an hour's play
Swansea fans dressed as dragons
Then it all happens at Liberty, as Wigan win a penalty; the resulting kick by Ben Watson is saved by the Swans' goalkeeper from Holland, Michael Vorm, and Swansea hold out for their first point in the top flight
Ben Watson missing his penalty kick
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger calls it a "very harsh" defeat and claims that "every decision in the past three or four months" has gone against his side
Arsene Wenger showing his frustration
Chelsea 2-1 West Brom: At Stamford Bridge in the evening kick-off, a stumble by Alex allows West Brom's Shane Long to rob the defender of possession, hold off the Brazilian and fire the ball into the Chelsea net
Shane Long scores for West Brom
West Brom keeper Ben Foster sees a Nicolas Anelka shot from the side of the area take a wicked deflection off the inside of Jonas Olsson's outstretched leg and spins in off the post to equalise for Chelsea
Ben Foster watches the ball go in his goal
Chelsea wrap up the game after a much improved second half performance, with French midfielder Florent Malouda sweeping home Jose Bosingwa's cross to make it 2-1 and send the Stamford Bridge supporters delirious
Florent Malouda celebrates
Norwich 1-1 Stoke: The ball's in the back of the net after 37 minutes, as defender Ritchie De Laet evades the Stoke back line to head home a curling cross from a Bradley Johnson free-kick
Ball in the back of the Stoke net
Wolves 2-2 Fulham: A cracking moment for Kevin Doyle and Wolves, as the Irishman collects possession from a corner, rides a couple of challenges and slots the ball beyond Mark Schwarzer in the Fulham goal; 1-0 to the home side
Kevin Doyle takes on Danny Murphy
That's Wolves' second goal before half-time, when a strong Roger Johnson header rebounds off the post but straight into the path of Matt Jarvis who slots it home; Fulham boss Martin Jol has work to do in the interval
Wolves celebrate their second goal
Stoke finally find a way past John Ruddy in the Canaries' goal with a trademark powerful header from Kenwyne Jones; brave Premier League newboys Norwich held out for 94 minutes with 10 men, but the game ends 1-1
Kenwyne Jones after scoring an equaliser
Bolton 2-3 Man City: The bench at Reebok Stadium contains Carlos Tevez, back in Man City colours; City travel to Bolton knowing the home side haven't managed a goal against them in their last three encounters
Carlos Tevez
On the pitch, a sweet left-footed strike from David Silva sends City fans into raptures and his team into a 1-0 lead; the Manchester side boss the opening stages and seem set to make a real statement of intent today
David Silva hitting a shot
A dejected Fulham captain, Danny Murphy, is consoled by Wolves boss Mick McCarthy, but the home side outplayed their London visitors in a massive win
Danny Murphy and Mick McCarthy
It's a terrific game at Reebok Stadium, with both sides trading goals until Kevin Davies' 63rd minute header makes it 2-3; can the Trotters push for an equaliser or will star-studded City be able to wrap this game up?
Kevin Davies challenges Joleon Lescott for a header
Tevez is welcomed back to Premier League football with some rough and tumble; Man City see out the final 20 minutes for a decent away win and keep up their good early-season form
Tevez challenging for the ball