Tottenham won many admirers but this year’s challenge is all but over after a costly draw against managerless West Brom.
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Manchester City maintained their march toward the Premier League title with a gripping win at Huddersfield, while Ashley ensured Manchester United remain their closest rivals. Liverpool and Chelsea shared the spoils, but Alexis Sanchez lifted Arsenal.Here, AFP Sport looks at five things we learned from the Premier League this weekend:City had the perfect response as Sergio Aguero equalized from the penalty spot before Raheem Sterling's late winner moved the leaders eight points clear of second placed Manchester United.However, thanks to the irrepressible Hazard, Chelsea's counterattacking play still managed to brim with menace.Spurs title bid is over Tottenham won many admirers over the previous two seasons as they pushed for the Premier League title but this year's challenge is all but over after a costly draw against managerless West Brom.Ashley Young reinvented Ashley Young joined Manchester United from Aston Villa in 2011 as a flying winger but has reinvented himself as a left wing-back and has forced his way into Jose Mourinho's starting lineup, keeping out more specialist defenders.
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