Suarez And Toure Scoring Hatricks

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Liverpool’s title challenge remains on track, after they beat Cardiff City 6-3 in Wales. Luis Suarez notched a hatrick, while Martin Skrtel scored twice and Daniel Sturridge also notched. Jordon Mutch scored twice for Cardiff, with Frazier Campbell also on the mark. At the game was Sam Fleet [audio_player src=””] Manchester City stay third after beating bottom side Fulham 5-nil at the Etihad. Yaya Toure scored a hatrick for City, with two of his goals coming from the penalty spot. Fernandinho and Demichelis added the fourth and fifth goals for City to complete the rout. Watching the game was Simon Crabtree [audio_player src=””] Everton have beaten Swansea 3-2 at Goodison Park to keep their slim top four hopes alive. A Leighton Baines penalty gave Everton the lead before Wilfried Bony equalised for Swansea. But second half goals from Romelu Lukaku and Ross Barkley restored Everton’s lead. Ashley Williams scored again late on for the Welsh side but it wasn’t enough as Everton took all 3 points. Reporting is Shane Pinnington [audio_player src=””] Shane Long was on the mark for Hull City, as they beat West Brom 2-nil at the KC Stadium. Liam Rosenior scored Hull’s other goal. Jason Thornton was at the game [audio_player src=””] Papiss Cisse scored in the last minute for Newcastle to give them the 3 points against Crystal Palace. Watching the game was Nick Walsh [audio_player src=””] And Norwich beat Sunderland 2-nil, with the goals coming from Robert Snodgrass and Alexander Tettey. Reporting on the game is Andrew Cheal [audio_player src=””] Earlier, Chelsea beat Arsenal six-nil in an extraordinary opening Premier League game of the day at Stamford Bridge. At the game was Richard Newman [audio_player src=””] In the Championship, it’s finished 1-all between leaders Leicester and Blackburn, while second-placed Burnley beat Charlton 3-nil away. Earlier, Derby crushed rivals Nottingham Forest 5-0 in the Championship’s early game. In the Scottish Premiership, Celtic beat St Mirren 3-nil at Parkhead.