Manchester United

David De Gea of Manchester United reacts during a Premier League match. PHOTO: Dan Istitene/Getty Images

Premier League: EPL fixtures, results and latest table, 5 December

Manchester United and Arsenal played out and error-riddled stalemate at Old Trafford while Wolves Shocked Chelsea and Liverpool kept pace with City by beating Burnley.

Manchester United

David De Gea of Manchester United reacts during a Premier League match. PHOTO: Dan Istitene/Getty Images

Manchester United 2-2 Arsenal

Manchester United and Arsenal produced a match that made up for what it lacked in footballing quality with drama.

Both sides struggled to craft chances in the first half until Shkodran Mustafi nodded the ball at David De Gea after a corner and the stopper bizarrely parried the ball just a few inches up before it looped back into his goal.

That lead lasted just four  minutes though when Anthony Martial collected a pass from Ander Herrera after a Rojo shot and slotted into the Arsenal net.

A defensive error allowed Lacazette to put Arsenal back in front in the second half but the joy was incredibly short lived.

Jesse Lingard caught Arsenal napping after the goal and prodded past Leno to equalize.

Both sides pushed for a winner but it was not forthcoming and Unai Emery and Joe Mourinho will have to content themselves with a point.

Burnley 1-3 Liverpool 

Liverpool fought back from a goal down to secure a vital three points away to Burnley at Turf Moor.

Jack Cork had put the hosts ahead a few minutes into the second half after a melee in the box as Liverpool failed to deal with a corner.

A low shot from James Milner levelled matters just after the hour and seven minutes later Bobby Firmino put the Reds in front.

Xerdan Shaqiri made the game safe for the visitors with a third goal in stoppage time.

Liverpool close the gap on league leaders Manchester City to two points.

Wolves 2-1 Chelsea – 21:45

In the Midlands Wolves handed Chelsea a shock defeat after Ruben Loftus-Cheek had given the London outfit the lead early on.

Raúl  Jiménez  pulled one back for Wolves just before the hour mark after a superb Gibbs-White pass set him away in the box.

Diogo Jota sent Molineux into seventh heaven on 63 minutes when he fired Wolves into the lead, a lead they would hold until the final whistle.

Tottenham 3-0 Southampton 

Tottenham put in a clinical display to see out the challenge of Southampton with a 3-0 win at Wembley.

Harry Kane was on target after getting on the end of a low cross from Christian Eriksen in the ninth minute.

Just after the break Lucas Moura had two bites of the cherry after a corner, and tucked the rebound from his blocked shot in to double Spurs advantage.

Son Heung-Min made things comfortable just a few minutes later and Spurs fans could enjoy the final thirty minutes in comfort.

Everton 1-1 Newcastle

Everton and Newcastle battled to a 1-1 draw at Goodison Park a result that will please this visitors more than their hosts.

Salomon Rondon gave Newcastle the lead inside the first twenty minutes against the run of play.

Everton found an equaliser before halftime through Brazilian Richarlison but couldn’t find a winner and ended the match frustrated.

Fulham 1-1 Leicester 

James Maddison salvaged a point for Leicester City away to relegation threatened Fulham.

Claudio Ranieri’s men took the lead against the team he lead to Premier League glory not so long ago when Aboubakar Kamara slotted past Kasper Schmeichel.

Maddinson would level for Leicester on 74 minutes though and no further goals left the teams sharing the points and Fulham rock bottom.

EPL Table on 5 December

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