Tottenham Hotspur's Erik Lamela (top) and teammates celebrate after a goal against Arsenal during their English Premier League soccer match at the Emirates stadium in London September 27, 2014. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett
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Spoils were shared in two huge Premier League derbies, Chelsea's cracking start continued with a 3-0 win over Aston Villa and Wayne Rooney produced a Jekyll and Hyde display in a nervy Manchester United victory Saturday.Chelsea lead the table with 16 points, three more than surprise packages Southampton who beat Queens Park Rangers 2-1 and five more than champions Manchester City who had an Edin Dzeko double to thank for a 4-2 victory at Hull City.It left Liverpool in the bottom half of the table with seven points, one ahead of Everton.Tottenham, who had only one win in 25 matches away to Arsenal, enjoyed their best spells either side of halftime and took the lead through Nacer Chadli after 55 minutes.Arsenal, who play Chelsea next week, have 10 points along with Swansea City, who drew 0-0 at Sunderland and Villa.Manchester United climbed to eighth, although what had looked like being a stress-free afternoon against West Ham for manager Louis van Gaal turned into a nail-biting one.
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