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Sunderland condemned Chelsea to their first home Premier League defeat under Jose Mourinho with a stunning 2-1 victory Saturday that took Liverpool a step closer to the title.Samuel Eto'o put Chelsea ahead after only 12 minutes, but Sunderland equalized quickly through Connor Wickham and claimed victory thanks to an 82nd-minute penalty from on-loan Liverpool striker Fabio Borini.Gus Poyet's side, who had previously gone nine games without a win, finished the day three points from safety and also have a game in hand to play. Chelsea took the lead in the 12th minute, Eto'o volleying in from Willian's left-wing corner, but it took Sunderland only six minutes to draw level.Fulham slipped one place to 19th after Cardiff City moved above them on goal difference by drawing 1-1 at home to Stoke City.
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