Rooney scored the winner somewhat against the run of play.
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Arsenal ended Leicester City's brief stay at the top of the Premier League Sunday despite being held to a 0-0 draw at Stoke City after Manchester United's Wayne Rooney struck late for a 1-0 win at Liverpool.Manchester United are next on 37 points, moving up one place after Rooney's 78th minute volley gave them victory at archrivals Liverpool in a drab northwest derby which improved slightly after the break following a poor first half.Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, who has seen his side beaten three times at Stoke in the last five seasons, said he was pleased with a point after dropping two to a last-minute equalizer in a 3-3 draw at Liverpool Wednesday.Stoke remain seventh with 33 points.Rooney's winner was his 176th league goal for United, a record for a player for one club in the Premier League era, following his 15 league goals for Everton at the start of his career.
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