#EPL Roundup: Moses scores winner for Chelsea | Liverpool down Sunderland | Aguero lifts Man City

The leadership of the Premier League changed three times on Saturday, as Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City swapped positions.

Chelsea started the day as leaders but were toppled by City who beat Burnley 2-1.

Liverpool took top spot as they defeated Sunderland 2-0 at Anfield.

Chelsea reclaimed pole position as they beat London rivals Tottenham Hotspur 2-1.

Magical Moses does it for Chelsea

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Nigerian winger Victor Moses scored the decider as Chelsea handed Tottenham Hotspur their first defeat of the season in the League.

Tottenham started the game as the better side, and their dominance paid off, as Christian Erisken broke the deadlock with a sublime effort, ending Chelsea’s run of clean sheets.

Chelsea scored the leveller from a beautiful curler from Pedro Rodriguez at the stroke of half time.

Both teams resumed the second level, and as the game wore on Chelsea gained dominance and control of the game.

That paid off, as Moses latched on a low cross from striker Diego Costa to smash home the winner to take Chelsea back on top.

Klopp inspire Liverpool to victory

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Liverpool have manager Jurgen Klopp to thank for their victory against Sunderland in Anfield.

The Black Cats built a defensive wall as they frustrated the attacking prowess of The Reds, a strategy that yielded dividends in the first half.

Liverpool lost midfielder Philippe Coutinho to injury in the first half and was replaced by striker Divock Origi.

As frustration set in for Liverpool players in the second half, captain Jordan Henderson misplaced a pass, which led to negative reactions from The Kop. At that moment Klopp proved his magic, as he urged the fans to encourage the players, not to dampen their morale.

His magic wand worked, as few minutes later, first half substitute Divock Origi scored the opener with a powerful drive to the post.

James Milner made it two from the penalty spot after Sadio Mane was brought down in the Sunderland box.

Aguero scores twice as City beat Burnley

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Manchester City won from behind for the first time against Burnley at Turf Moor.

Two goals from Sergio Aguero was all Pep Guardiola side needed to secure victory.

Dean Marney opened the scoring in the 14th minute for Sean Dyche’s side. But their lead was cut show by Aguero who scored a poacher’s goal inside the box in the 37th minute.

Aguero made it two in the 60th minute as City secured all three points.

Other results:

Hull City 1 – 1 West Brom

Swansea 5 – 4 Crystal Palace

Leicester City 2 – 2 Middlesborough

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