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Steven Gerrard scored two penalties as Liverpool went back to the top of the Premier League with a 2-1 win at West Ham United to complete a Merseyside double win over London clubs Sunday.The two crucially important games had a big bearing on the top of the table, with Liverpool reclaiming top spot from Chelsea with 74 points from 33 matches, two ahead of Jose Mourinho's side, who have also played 33 and went top for 24 hours after beating Stoke City 3-0 Saturday.Manchester City, who play Liverpool in a crunch clash at Anfield next week, have 70 points with two matches in hand, followed by Arsenal on 64 from 33 and Everton 63 from 32 .West Ham manager Sam Allardyce moaned that Liverpool's second penalty should never have been given but he also appeared to blame poor officiating for West Ham's equalizer that came a minute after Gerrard had put Liverpool ahead following a clear handball by James Tomkins.
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