Everton’s Kevin Mirallas scores his side’s  second goal past Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea during the  Premier League match at Goodison Park. Photograph: Martin Rickett/PA Everton close door on Man United’s Champions League hopes

David Moyes endures nightmare return to Goodison Park

 Raheem Sterling’s shot spins off Norwich defender Bradley Johnson for Liverpool’s third goal in the Premier League game at Carrow Road. Photograph: Jamie McDonald/Getty Images Liverpool hold nerve to go five points clear at the top

Raheem Sterling scores two in five-goal thriller at Carrow Road

 Lukas Podolski scores his second goal  and Arsenal’s third in the Premier League game  against Hull City  at KC Stadium. Photograph: Matthew Lewis/Getty Images Lukas Podolski strikes twice as Arsenal glide past Hull

Aaron Ramsey opened scoring as Gunners maintain control of Champions League destiny

Liverpool’s Luis Suarez scores past Norwich City goalkeeper John Ruddy during their Premier League soccer match at Carrow Road. Photograph: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters Brendan Rodgers: Raheem Sterling is best young player in Europe

Teenage sensation grabs two in victory over Norwich

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho helps hold back assistant coach Rui Faria (centre) after he was sent off by referee Mike Dean  during their  Premier League  match against Sunderland at Stamford Bridge. Photograph:  Philip Brown/Reuters Jose Mourinho offers mock praise to officials after Chelsea defeat

Manager congratulates referees’ boss Mike Riley for keeping title race alive

Fabio Borini celebrates with his Sunderland  team-mates after scoring the winning penalty in the Premier League match against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. Photograph:  Mike Hewitt/Getty Images Sunderland stun Chelsea to end Mourinho’s home run

On loan from Liverpool, former Blues player Fabio Borini seals win from penalty spot

Swansea’s Wilfried Bony fires home an injury-time penalty to score his second and the winning goal against Newcastle in the Premier League clash  at St James’ Park.  Photograph: Owen Humphreys/PA Bony’s brace sees Swansea add to Newcastle’s woes

Crystal Palace secure top-flight football after win over West Ham

Tottenham Hotspur’s Younes Kaboul scores  against Fulham during the Premier League  match at White Hart Lane. Photograph: Eddie Keogh/Reuters Christian Eriksen inspires Spurs to Fulham victory

Goalkeeper Hugo Lloris also stars in White Hart Lane clash

Manager John Still of Luton Town during the Skrill Conference Premier match between Luton Town and Braintree Town  this month. Photograph: Tim Keeton/Getty Images Finishers pivotal to success but Chelsea prove exception to enduring rule

Mourinho’s side devoid of top front men but are still on the cusp of success

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