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Caretaker West Brom manager Keith Downing secured a point at home to Hull City, Sunderland were held at home by Norwich City and Stoke City got the better of Aston Villa.
Luis Suarez celebrated signing a new contract by scoring twice and setting up the other as Liverpool beat Cardiff City 3-1 at Anfield.
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Cardiff pulled a goal back just before the hour mark when Jordon Mutch found himself unmarked from Peter Whittingham's cross to head home past Simon Mignolet.
Manchester City threw away a two-goal lead before regrouping to beat Fulham 4-2 at Craven Cottage to post a seventh win in eight games in all competitions.
David Silva struck the crossbar early on for City before the visitors took the lead on 23 minutes when Yaya Toure curled another excellent free-kick over the wall and off the underside of the bar.
The lead was doubled two minutes before half-time when Martin Demichelis' header was pushed out by Maarten Stekelenburg and City skipper Vincent Kompany stabbed home the rebound for his first goal of the season.
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With 20 minutes to go, Fulham drew level in comical circumstances when Sascha Riether played in a low cross and Kompany, under no pressure on the edge of the six-yard box, sliced his clearance into the air and the ball crossed the line after coming back off the post.
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City made certain of the win by scoring a fourth goal on 83 minutes when Fulham failed to cut out Alvaro Negredo's brilliant pass with the outside of his left foot and James Milner steered his shot past Stekelenburg.
It was a day of notable goals as Manchester United avoided a third straight league defeat at Old Trafford courtesy of a 3-1 triumph over West Ham United.
The Red Devils took the lead on 26 minutes when Welbeck's clever flick released Wayne Rooney, who played his fellow England striker back in to score his first goal at Old Trafford since October 2012.