• Chelsea and Arsenal had to deal with each other and testing conditions at Stamford Bridge, with snow steadily falling in the capital.
  • Fernando Torres, sporting a new haircut, was unable to find a way past Thomas Vermaelen early on, but the deadlock was soon broken.
  • There were just six minutes on the clock when Juan Mata was picked out in acres of space and fired Chelsea in front.
  • Ten minutes later, Ramires was sent tumbling inside the box by Wojciech Szczesny and Frank Lampard stepped up to the spot.
  • He made no mistake and wheeled away in celebration after doubling Chelsea's lead.
  • Jack Wilshere is not the type to back down from a challenge and he continued to get stuck into Ramires and Chelsea.
  • It was, however, proving to be a forgettable afternoon for Arsenal - including their frontman Olivier Giroud.
  • Hope for Arsenal arrived on 58 minutes, with Theo Walcott slotting a composed finish past Petr Cech to keep the game alive.
  • There was to be no way back for Francis Coquelin and Arsenal, though, as Eden Hazard and Chelsea claimed all three points.
  • Tottenham's home date with Manchester United only got the go-ahead after a late pitch inspection at a snow-covered White Hart Lane.
  • Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson made sure that he was wrapped up well against the conditions.
  • Shinji Kagawa and Mousa Dembele tried to create a spark in midfield, but there was little betwee the two sides early on.
  • It took 25 minutes for the opening goal to arrive, and when it did it came as no surprise to see the in-form Robin van Persie get it.
  • David de Gea enjoyed the moment, before helping to preserve Manchester United's narrow lead.
  • Robin van Persie's powerful header saw him record an 18th Premier League goal of a remarkable debut season at Manchester United.
  • Patrice Evra, Aaron Lennon and Scott Parker locked horns, with both sides determined to pick up a positive result.
  • Tottenham did all they could to find a route back into the game, with Clint Dempsey knocking on the door before finally forcing it open.
  • Clint Dempsey celebrates his last-gasp leveller against Manchester United.

Premier League

Chelsea and Arsenal had to deal with each other and testing conditions at Stamford Bridge, with snow steadily falling in the capital.