Premier League round-up: All the action from Saturday's games

2018-03-03 18:42:42

Swansea soared out of the Premier League relegation zone with a 4-1 home win over West Ham, who lost defender Winston Reid to what appeared to be a serious injury.

Carlos Carvalhal's rejuvenated side took the lead after eight minutes through Ki Sung-yueng.

Reid was then hurt following an awkward fall when clearing a Swansea corner.

Following a lengthy delay of some 10 minutes, the New Zealand international was eventually taken off on a stretcher, his neck in a brace.

Dutchman Mike van der Hoorn doubled the hosts' lead after 32 minutes, heading in at the back post.

It was 3-0 early in the second half when Andy King, on loan from Leicester, stabbed the ball in from close range.

Jordan Ayew added a fourth from the penalty spot after 63 minutes, before Irons substitute Michail Antonio netted a late consolation.

The Swans climb above West Ham on goal difference into 13th place.

Watford beat bottom club West Brom 1-0 at Vicarage Road, where earlier volunteers had helped clear snow to make sure the match went ahead.

Captain Troy Deeney broke the deadlock after 79 minutes with a neat finish over the goalkeeper to heap more pressure on Baggies boss Alan Pardew following a fifth league defeat in a row.

At the other end of the table, Tottenham moved to within one point of Manchester United after a 2-0 win over Huddersfield at Wembley with a brace from Son Heung-min.

There had been drama in the warm-up when referee Mike Jones was injured and had to be replaced by fourth official Kevin Friend - with a message sent out over the public address system for any qualified referees to provide additional back-up.

When the action started, Spurs were soon in front through a neat angled finish by Son after 27 minutes.

The South Korea international headed in a second in the 54th minute when picked out by Harry Kane.

Riyad Mahrez scored deep into stoppage time to earn Leicester a 1-1 draw at home against Bournemouth .

Norwegian forward Joshua King put the Cherries in front from the penalty spot after 35 minutes after he had been tripped by Marc Albrighton .

With six minutes of added time played, Mahrez - who almost left the Foxes for Manchester City during the January transfer window - curled in a free-kick to snatch a point.

Saturday's lunchtime kick-off saw Burnley come from behind to beat Everton 2-1 at Turf Moor and end a 12-game winless run.

Turkey forward Cenk Tosun had put the visitors in front after 20 minutes with his first goal in English football .

The Clarets, though, produced a second-half recovery to mark Sean Dyche's 250th game in charge with a hard-earned win.

Following some fine saves from England keeper Jordan Pickford, Ashley Barnes equalised in the 56th minute, before striker Chris Wood headed in from a corner 10 minutes from time.

Everton finished with 10 men when captain Ashley Williams was shown a straight red card in the 86th minute for catching Barnes with his arm.

Stoke picked up a point, but remain in the bottom three, following a goalless draw at Southampton , who drop to 17th.

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