LONDON (AP) ― Steve Sidwell tied the score in the 85th minute and Bobby Zamora got the go-ahead goal in the second minute of stoppage time, giving Fulham a 2-1 victory over Arsenal on Monday night that knocked the Gunners from the Premier League’s top four.
Laurent Koscielny’s 21st-minute goal on a header put Arsenal ahead, but the Gunners played a man short after Johan Djourou was ejected for his second yellow card following a rough tackle in the 78th.
Chelsea moved into fourth with a 2-1 victory at Wolverhampton, easing the pressure on manager Andre Villa-Boas. Frank Lampard scored the tiebreaking goal in the 89th minute, ending the Blues’ four-game winless streak. Ramires put Chelsea ahead in the 54th minute, but Stephen Ward tied it in the 84th.
Chelsea (11-5-4) has 37 points, one more than Arsenal (11-6-3). Manchester City leads Manchester United (both 14-2-3 and 45 points) on goal difference, with Tottenham (12-3-3) third at 39.
City hosts Liverpool on Tuesday night and Tottenham is home against West Bromwich Albion.
Aston Villa and Blackburn lost at home after upset victories last weekend. Stoke won 2-1 over Blackburn, which was coming off Saturday’s 3-2 triumph at defending champion Manchester United. Villa followed its win at Chelsea with a 2-0 loss to Swansea.
Norwich won a battle of promoted teams, rallying past Queens Park Rangers 2-1. Captain Joey Barton put QPR in front in the 11th minute, but received a red card in the 36th after an apparent headbutt on Bradley Johnson.