LONDON (AP) — Chelsea surrendered the Premier League lead it held since the opening day of the season with a 1-1 draw at Newcastle on Sunday, while Tottenham came from a goal down to beat Liverpool 2-1 and help mark a new scoring record.
After Chelsea conceded a sixth-minute opener to Andy Carroll and needed an equalizer from Salomon Kalou in first-half injury time to avoid a third straight league defeat, Tottenham's fifth winning comeback of the season meant that all 20 Premier League sides scored over the same weekend for the first time.
Chelsea now has taken just four of the last available 15 points and trails new leader Manchester United by two points.
"We are not happy," Chelsea coach Carlo Ancelotti said. "We are happy for the performance, but we didn't start well. We conceded a goal too early. This made our game difficult but we reacted well.
"Now we need to keep going, stay focused, prepare for the next game and try to win."
United routed Blackburn 7-1 Saturday to preserve the league's last unbeaten record and wipe out Chelsea's advantage in goal difference.
That big win helped match a 13-year-old Premier League record of 41 goals over a weekend. There could have been a new record but striker Jermain Defoe failed to equalize for Tottenham when he put a 60th-minute penalty past the post.
Martin Skrtel put Liverpool ahead three minutes before halftime following a ricochet in the area and then scored a 65th-minute own goal. Aaron Lennon won it for Tottenham in injury time with his first goal since Nov. 22, 2009.
Chelsea appears to have lost its sparkling attacking form of early season and its defensive problems also continued with captain John Terry sidelined indefinitely.
Chelsea still has the best defensive record with just 10 goals conceded, but it now leads third-place Arsenal only on goal difference and fourth-place Manchester City by three points.
Tottenham rose to fifth place, a point behind City, despite losing Rafael van der Vaart and Younes Kaboul to first half injuries — putting them on the sidelines with Ledley King, Michael Dawson, Jonathan Woodgate, Tom Huddlestone, Jermaine Jenas and Jamie O'Hara.
MILAN (AP) — Dejan Stankovic scored a hat trick as Inter Milan ended a run of four Serie A games without a win in a 5-2 victory over Parma.
Hernan Crespo gave Parma an early lead against one of his former clubs, but Inter was soon ahead 3-1 thanks to two goals from Stankovic and another from Esteban Cambiasso.
Crespo grabbed his second before halftime, but in the second period Thiago Motta came off the bench to make it four for the home side before Stankovic completed his treble.
Second-place Lazio was held to a 1-1 draw at home by Catania and missed a chance to close the gap on leader AC Milan.
Milan leads the table with 30 points, while Lazio is second with 27.
Antonio Di Natale scored the second hat trick of the day to inspire Udinese to a 3-1 victory over Napoli. Marek Hamsik scored for Napoli.
The match between Bologna and Chievo Verona was postponed by heavy snowfall at Bologna's Dell'Ara stadium, while the 0-0 draw between Brescia and Genoa was stopped in each half to remark the lines on the field after they had become covered by snow.
Also Sunday, it was; Bari 1, Cesena 1; Cagliari 3, Lecce 2.
BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Neslon Valdez scored twice and David Trezeguet added another as Hercules beat Malaga 3-1 in the Spanish league.
At Iberostar stadium, Mallorca beat Malaga 2-0 on second-half goals by Pierre Webo and Gonzalo Castro.
The win lifted Mallorca into sixth place, while Malaga remained in the relegation zone.
In other early games, Real Sociedad won 3-1 at Sporting Gijon, and Racing Santander downed Deportivo 1-0.
On Saturday, Villarreal solidified its hold on third place in the standings with a 3-0 win at last-place Zaragoza. Fourth-placed Espanyol beat Atletico Madrid 3-2 in the Spanish capital, and Getafe won 3-1 at Sevilla.
FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Hugo Almeida hit a hat trick before being sent off as Werder Bremen beat St. Pauli 3-0 in the Bundesliga to end a three-game run without a goal.
In the late match, Cicero scored a spectacular equalizer for Wolfsburg in a 1-1 draw at Cologne.
In Bremen, Almeida opened the scoring 50 seconds into the match and doubled the St. Pauli is now winless in six games.
Borussia Dortmund beat Moenchengladbach 4-1 on Saturday to remain seven points ahead of Mainz.
PARIS (AP) — Sochaux beat Caen 3-0 to climb to ninth in the French league while Toulouse edged Auxerre 2-1 to snap a three-game losing streak.
Defending champion Marseille thrashed Montpellier 4-0 Saturday to top the standings on goal difference with 25 points from 14 matches, even on points with Lille.
Sochaux has 21 points while Caen lost its fifth straight game to remain in the relegation zone with 14 points.
Auxerre slipped to 13th place with 19 points, trailing mid-table Toulouse by two points.
AMSTERDAM (AP) — Mido and Miralem Sulejmani scored in Ajax's 2-0 win at VVV-Venlo in the Dutch league, ending the Amsterdam club's three-game run without a victory.
Feyenoord also secured only its fourth win of the season, beating ADO The Hague 2-1 off goals by Aleksander Radosavljevic and Luc Castaignos. Dmitri Bulykin was on target for ADO.
FC Twente beat NEC Nijmegen 4-2 to snap a two-game losing streak on Saturday.
The win helped Twente join PSV Eindhoven at the top of the league standings. PSV lost 4-2 at NAC Breda on Friday.
PSV and Twente have 34 points each, three more than Ajax.
Also Sunday, Wiljan Pluim's equalizer earned Vitesse Arnhem a 1-1 draw at De Graafschap.