Mon, Dec 30, 2013 - Page 19 News List

Man City beat Palace to go top, United edge Norwich

‘DISGUSTING’:Both Manchester teams had struggled before scoring in the second half, while West Brom’s Anelka sparked ire with a purported reverse Nazi salute

AP, MANCHESTER, England

“I’m shocked,” Meulensteen said. “I don’t know if there was something in the tea. I did not see that coming and the players did not see that coming.”

All of Hull’s goals came in the second half, with captain Robert Koren scoring twice and Ahmed El Mohamady, George Boyd and Matt Fryatt also netting.

West Ham was denied victory by Saido Berahino’s 69th-minute goal at Upton Park.

Former France striker Nicolas Anelka scored twice for West Brom and appeared to celebrate his first by performing an anti-Semitic salute used by French comedian Dieudonne M’bala M’bala.

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