Swansea City's Bafetimbi Gomis celebrates his goal during their English Premier League soccer match against Arsenal at the Liberty Stadium in Swansea, Wales November 9, 2014. REUTERS/Rebecca Naden
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Swansea City came storming back from a goal down to sink Arsenal 2-1 while Tottenham Hotspur's misery continued with a 2-1 home defeat at the hands of Stoke City, making it a nightmare Sunday for north London.Victory for Garry Monk's side catapulted them to fifth in the league with 18 points from 11 games, one place above Arsenal (17 points).Spurs desperately tried to mount a comeback in the second half and Nacer Chadli's powerful drive made it 2-1 with 13 minutes left but it was too little too late for the home team.The best team by far was the blue team and the team that deserved to win was Chelsea".Although he does not think Chelsea can emulate Arsenal's achievement of 2003-04 by remaining unbeaten for the whole season, he was delighted after his team took the three points back to west London.The most exciting match of the weekend was certainly the Saturday lunchtime kickoff at Anfield, where Emre Can scored his first goal for Liverpool with a long-range shot after nine minutes which took a deflection off Cahill's shoulder and left Chelsea keeper Thibaut Courtois stranded.
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