English Premier League scores: The relegation battle is getting crazier

Jan Kruger

Sunderland only got one point out of a winnable game in hand, Fulham won and some mid-table teams lost. The relegation picture isn't getting any clearer.

Hull City 0-2 Manchester City

Vincent Kompany got sent off early, but it didn't stop City. Click here for a full match report.

Everton 2-1 Cardiff City

Gerard Deulofeu put Everton on the board in the second half, but Cardiff fought back with a set piece goal. They nearly hung on for a point, but Seamus Coleman found a late winner, mis-hitting a volley in a way that wrong-footed David Marshall and looped into the back of the net.

Fulham 1-0 Newcastle

Ashkan Dejagah was Fulham's hero with a low drive from 20 yards in the 68th minute. Newcastle should have been given a penalty at the death, but were denied by the referee.

Southampton 4-2 Norwich

This game had a bizarre ending after a very straightforward first 85 minutes. Southampton were the better team by far and took a 3-0 lead, but bad turnovers at the back within a minute of each other drew Norwich within one. While they were fighting for an equalizer, Norwich conceded a 97th-minute goal, scored by Sam Gallagher.

Stoke City 3-1 West Ham

Andy Carroll put West Ham on the board five minutes into the game, but it was all Stoke from there. Peter Odemwingie unknowingly equalized when Peter Crouch's shot hit him in the head and bounced into the back of the net, Marko Arnautović finished a great team move to put Stoke up in the second half and Odemwingie sealed the result, completing a brace in the 79th minute.

Sunderland 0-0 Crystal Palace

With the exception of Fabio Borini's strike off the crossbar in the 83rd minute, this was a pretty bad game.

Swansea City 1-2 West Bromwich Albion

Pepe Mel is a winner! Roland Lamah scored two minutes in, but Swansea couldn't hold on. Stephane Sessegnon leveled the score in the 52nd minute and Youssouf Mulumbu hit the winner in the 85th.

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