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LONDON - Liverpool suffered their first defeat of the season on Saturday when Roman Pavlyuchenko scored in injury time to give Tottenham Hotspur a 2-1 comeback win to complete a dream first week for new manager Harry Redknapp.
Chelsea took over at the top of the Premier League after Nicolas Anelka's hat-trick inspired a 5-0 rout of Sunderland.
In a thriller, Hull City came from 4-1 down to push Manchester United all the way before losing 4-3 at Old Trafford.
Arsenal went down 2-1 at Stoke City, a red card for Robin van Persie and a bad injury to Theo Walcott completing their miserable day. Chelsea have 26 points, the same as Liverpool, but lead on goal difference.
United are third on 21, with Arsenal, Aston Villa and Hull all on 20. Spurs climb off the bottom after a memorable week.
Liverpool seemed to be cruising after an early goal by Dirk Kuyt but a Jamie Carragher own goal in the 69th minute opened the door for Spurs.
Spurs, also called the Lilywhites, who fought back to draw 4-4 at Arsenal on Wednesday after beating Bolton Wanderers last week, seized their chance.
Liverpool will wonder how they lost, having totally dominated and hitting the woodwork three times.
Pavlyuchenko snatched the unlikely winner after David Bentley's shot was parried by Pepe Reina.
Two goals for Cristiano Ronaldo and one each by Michael Carrick and Nemanja Vidic had United seemingly cruising after an hour.
But Hull, who netted earlier through Daniel Cousin, pulled one back through Bernard Mendy and set up a tense last eight minutes with a Geovanni penalty.
Chelsea were on song from the start at Stamford Bridge with Alex and Frank Lampard also on target in a dominant display. - Reuters