• Manchester United complete a second half comeback which is rounded off by Javier Hernandez against bottom of the league Queens Park Rangers.
  • A win for West Bromwich Albion at Sunderland today would see Steve Clarke's side temporarily occupy third place in the Premier League table.
  • Half an hour into the early kick, Zoltan Gera's strike from outside the area can only be palmed in by Simon Mignolet.
  • Sunderland suffer another blow when their captain Lee Cattermole has to be replaced after injuring his knee putting in a cross.
  • A minute before half-time, Simon Mignolet fumbles an easy collect and Shane Long pounces to pull the ball free before tapping home.
  • Danny Rose pulls off a perfectly timed last gasp tackle on Billy Jones to halt the midfielder's progress.
  • Craig Gardner pulls a goal back for the Black Cats, his deflected free-kick catches out Boaz Myhill.
  • West Brom make it 3-1 from the spot, second half substitute Romelu Lukaku steps up...
  • ...the Chelsea striker finds the net from the penalty. It was Adam Johnson's foul on Liam Ridgewell which lead to the penalty.
  • Another goal from Sunderland leads to a nervous ending for the Baggies, that is until Marc Antoine Fortune finishes calmly from a counter attack.
  • It takes Everton just 12 minutes to take the lead against Norwich at Goodison. Great play from Bryan Oviedo leads to Naismith firing home.
  • Queens Park Rangers' newly appointed manager Harry Redknapp is in the Old Trafford stands for their game against Manchester United.
  • Reading take the lead at the DW Stadium, Sean Morrison finds the top corner with a header from a Nicky Shorey free-kick.
  • The 6ft 4" defender gets up well and uses his head to direct the ball with precision.
  • Morrison, who signed from Swindon for £250k and was on-loan at Huddersfield last season, wheels away and celebrates his first Premier League goal.
  • Stoke go 1-0 up against Fulham, Peter Crouch nods down a cross from Ryan Shotton and Charlie Adam duly obliges from close range.
  • Ashley Young and Shaun Derry locks horns after the winger goes down too easily in the area. The game remains goalless in the first-half.
  • Manchester United struggle to find a way past the Premier League whipping boys.
  • Mark Hughes' assistant Mark Bowen is in the technical area for Queens Park Rangers today.
  • QPR take a shock lead at Old Trafford, Kieron Dyer puts in a cross which is palmed out by Lindegaard and Jamie Mackie is on hand to stab home.
  • Manchester United draw level when Wayne Rooney's corner is headed down by Danny Welbeck and Jonny Evans finds the net with his head.
  • Jordi Gomez equalises for Wigan on the hour...
  • ...the Spaniard is quickest to react following a save from Adam Federici.
  • An unbelievable turnaround at Old Trafford, Wayne Rooney puts in another corner, this time Darren Fletcher heads it in.
  • On 68 minutes Wigan Athletic take the lead, a cross from Jean Beausejour down the left is met at the far post by Jordi Gomez...
  • ...who nets his second and completes a turnaround for the Latics.
  • 3-1 to Manchester United! Substitutes Anderson and Javier Hernandez combine, the Mexican provides a cool finish.
  • Ali Al Habsi makes a pigs ear of Robson-Kanu's shot and Reading are level with just ten minutes to go.
  • Wigan snatch victory at the death, Gomez releases Kone down the left and he returns a ball for Gomez to blash into the roof of the net.
  • Gabby Agbonlahor appeals for a penalty as Per Mertesacker tackles him in the Arsenal box.
  • Arsenal go close to taking the lead in the 63rd minute but Aaron Ramsey can't keep his shot down in the wet conditions.
  • Second half substitute Brett Holman sees his thunderbolt strike tipped onto the crossbar by Szczesny.
  • Laurent Koscielny and Per Mertesacker thank the travelling support, the pair will be pleased with a clean sheet but would have preferred three points.

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Manchester United complete a second half comeback which is rounded off by Javier Hernandez against bottom of the league Queens Park Rangers.