Bryan Oviedo struck a late winner for Everton at Manchester United to condemn David Moyes to defeat in his first game against his former side.

United boss Moyes, who left Everton to replace Sir Alex Ferguson in the summer, had never won at Old Trafford in over a decade at the Toffees, reports the BBC.

The hosts had chances to win with Nemanja Vidic’s header saved, before Danny Welbeck hit the bar.

But Oviedo snatched victory for the visitors with a low finish late on.

The result ended United’s seven-match unbeaten run in the Premier League.

And Nicklas Bendtner’s first Arsenal goal since March 2011 helped the Gunners beat Hull to keep their four-point lead at the Premier League summit.

The Danish striker headed in Carl Jenkinson’s cross after two minutes to set up a dominant display with Hull goalkeeper Allan McGregor kept busy.

Mesut Ozil stroked in from Aaron Ramsey’s deft pass to make it 2-0 after 47 minutes.

Jake Livermore had a rare Hull shot but fired straight at Wojciech Szczesny.

Liverpool’s Luis Suarez scored four goals as his virtuoso performance overwhelmed Norwich at Anfield.

The Uruguayan opened the scoring with a 45-yard lob over John Ruddy before sweeping in Philippe Coutinho’s corner.

Suarez slammed in a fierce half-volley to complete his hat-trick and grabbed his fourth with a dead-eyed free-kick.

Bradley Johnson nodded in a consolation for Norwich before Raheem Sterling swivelled to fire in the hosts’ fifth, but the match belonged to Suarez.


Arsenal 2- 0Hull
Liverpool 5-1 Norwich
Man Utd 0-1 Everton
Southampton 2-3 Aston Villa
Stoke 0-0 Cardiff
Sunderland 3-4 Chelsea
Swansea 3-0 Newcastle
Fulham 1-2 Tottenham


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