Premier League action

Phil Jones early goal on Nani's cross was enough to secure the win for Manchester United against Aston Villa as they still lagg 5 points behind Manchester City.
Manchester City continued their remarkable game showing their seriousness to lift the Premier League trophy as they beat Norwich City 5-1.
Manchester United's Phil Jones (left) scores the opening
goal against Aston Villa. 
Manchester City dominated from the start as Sergio Augero poked in the opener whlie Nasri, Yaya Toure, Mario Balotteli and Adam Johnson all scored in the second half. Marrison scored late for Norwich. 
Arsenal moved to the 5th position while Wigan Athletic dropped to the bottom of the table as Arsenal beat Wigan 4-0. 
Just before the break Mikel Arteta's shot evaded Ali Al Habsi's grasp and then Thomas Vermaelen nodded in a corner.
Gervinho made it 3 in the 61 minutes while Robin van Persie scored late, following Walcott's good work.
Totenham Hotspur beat luckless Bolton Wanderers 3-0. Gary Cahill was shown a 18th-minute red card for tripping Scott Parker following a early goal from Gareth Bale.
Aaron Lennon doubled the lead in the 50th minute, before Defoe added to the tally on the hour mark.
Drogba's 1st half goal and two late goals helped Chelsea beat Newcastle United 3-0 in a much needed win.
Defender David Luiz was found Lucky for not being sent off, when he dragged down Ba, in jus 4th minute. Drogba powered the heaeder on Mata's cross to score the opening goal for Chelsea at 38th minute.
In 89 minutes Torres passed Kalou, who dispatched a deflected shot into the bottom left and  just 3 minutes later Sturridge made it 3-0 with his brilliant strike on the bottom corner


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