London, England – Tottenham stretched its unbeaten streak to 1 win over Fulham at Craven Cottage.
An early goal from Gareth Bale was followed by Aaron Lennon's first goal of the season in first-half stoppage time to put Spurs up two goals at halftime.
But after an own goal from Younes Kaboul in the 57th minute pulled Fulham to within a goal, the visitors survived a late spell of pressure and got a goal at the final whistle from Jermain Defoe to seal the win.
Fulham sits one point above the relegation zone with the loss while Tottenham resides in fifth place.
Lennon helped create the opening goal by sending a low cross through the face of the net that goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer tipped into the path of Bale at the back post. He then smashed a shot from a tight angle into a crowd and the ball deflected off a Fulham defender and went into the net.
Tottenham's second goal arrived in first-half stoppage time when Lennon skipped past defender Chris Baird and found the bottom right corner of the net with a well-placed shot.
The lead was reduced to 2-1 when Spurs defender Ledley King headed a cross off the back of Kaboul and into the net, while Fulham was a bit unlucky not to equalize late in the match.
Spurs defender Kyle Walker appeared to handle the ball inside his own area during a scramble in front of goal and Luka Modric was on hand to clear a late shot off the goal line.
Defoe then scored on the counter attack just before full time to cap the win.
Wolverhampton 3, Wigan 1
Wolverhampton, England - Wolverhampton collected three huge points on Sunday at Molineux by beating Wigan 3-1.
Wolves entered the match having gone winless in eight games while the Latics lost seven on the bounce ahead of the match.
The hosts struck first through Jamie O'Hara, only for Ben Watson to equalize for Wigan shortly before halftime.
David Edwards restored the lead for Wolves in the 55th minute and Stephen Ward wrapped up the points 11 minutes later with his second goal of the campaign.
Bolton 5, Stoke City 0
Bolton, England - Bolton broke out of a slump in a big way on Sunday as Chris Eagles and Ivan Klasnic scored two goals apiece in a 5-0 thrashing of Stoke City.
Kevin Davies got Wanderers off the mark in the second minute, with Eagles doubling the lead midway through the half.
Klasnic scored two times in the second half with Eagles tallying a goal in between to hand Stoke its fourth defeat in five games.