LONDON -- The Manchester rivals kept up their domination of the Premier League on Saturday as both United and City recorded fourth successive victories with their star strikers each scoring three goals. Air Max 2013 Schuhe Herren Weiß. Wayne Rooney matched his three-goal performance against Arsenal before the international break in Uniteds 5-0 rout of Bolton. The emphatic victory kept the champions on top based on goal difference ahead of City, which had earlier beaten Wigan 3-0 with Sergio Aguero handling the scoring. "Weve concentrated on ourselves," Rooney said. "We knew it was going to be a difficult game, we focused, made sure we got the win and thankfully the win was a bit easier than we thought." The only other unbeaten team is fourth-place Stoke, which handed Liverpool its first loss of the season as Jon Walters penalty kick secured a 1-0 win. The north London rivals finally celebrated their first wins: Arsenal capitalized on Swanseas goalkeeping miscue to beat Swansea 1-0 and former Gunners striker Emmanuel Adebayor scored on his Tottenham debut in a 2-0 win at Wolverhampton Wanderers. Also on Saturday, Daniel Sturridge clinched third-place Chelseas 2-1 win at Sunderland while Everton was held 2-2 at home by Aston Villa. It is United, though, thats leading the way as Sir Alex Fergusons side looks to extend the English title record to 20. After an 8-2 thrashing of Arsenal two weeks ago, Javier Hernandez opened the scoring after just four minutes from Nanis cross. On his first start of the season, the Mexico forward made it 4-0 in the 58th, turning in the ball at the far post after Michael Carricks shot was blocked. But Rooney stole the show with his first two goals coming between Hernandezs, with defender Phil Jones creating both. Midway through the second half, the England striker curled in his 10th goal in his last six appearances for club and country. "It was excellent, the movement and pace they play at was just fantastic," Ferguson said of the Rooney-Hernandez partnership. Despite another crisp display of attacking interplay from Man City, manager Roberto Mancini was not satisfied. "We had 15 chances in the first half and we scored only one goal -- this is a problem because the game can change any moment," Mancini said. "We have started the season very well but the season will be long. "If we want to arrive at the end of the season still at the top we need to improve." Aguero, though, has five goals in two home games for City since arriving from Atletico Madrid. Carlos Tevez, making his first start of the season, had a hand in Agueros early opener before then missing a 19th-minute penalty. Tevez was replaced by Nasri and the France midfielder finally unlocked the Wigan defence again in the 63rd minute, nudging a backheel from David Silva into Agueros path to curl a shot low into the corner. Aguero scored his third goal six minutes later, again assisted by Silva, who spun off his markers and delivered a defence-splitting throughball for the striker. No team was under more pressure to win Saturday than Arsenal, which had been in a state of despondency for two weeks since the United collapse left the team with one point from three matches. But Andrei Arshavins goal five minutes before halftime proved to be enough for the victory. After collecting the ball, Swansea goalkeeper Michael Vorm tried to quickly clear it but his underhanded throw from the right of the penalty area deflected off Angel Rangels heel. And the loose ball fell to Arshavin, who scored from a tight angle. At Stoke, Liverpool struggled with the hosts physical approach, and after Jamie Carragher fouled Walters in the box, the Stoke striker fired a penalty past Jose Reina. Chelseas gamble of dropping misfiring striker Fernando Torres paid off, with a back-heeled goal from his replacement, Sturridge at the start of the second half after John Terrys first-half strike. South Korea forward Ji Dong-won scored in stoppage time. Tottenham, which lost its opening two matches, has brought in Adebayor on loan from City. The Togo striker scored midway through the second half at Wolves after collecting a pass from fellow Tottenham newcomer Scott Parker. Jermain Double scored the second after a nice passing play with Niko Kranjcar. At Goodison Park, Stiliyan Petrov and Gabriel Agbonlahor scored as Aston Villa twice came from behind to tie Everton and preserve its unbeaten start. Leon Osman and Leighton Baines scored for Everton. Nike Air Max 97 Schuhe. 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Even Sundays field-goal snoozer. Dawson converted two field goals over 50 yards and had two others blocked, but booted Cleveland to a dull 6-3 win over the sloppy Seattle Seahawks, who came in missing starting quarterback Tarvaris Jackson and lost running back Marshawn Lynch to a back injury during pre-game warmups.CAVALESE, Italy -- Alexander Legkov won his first Tour de Ski title Sunday by surging away from his rivals on the final climb up Mount Cermis, where six of his fellow Russians were killed in a snowmobile accident two days earlier. Legkov started the final stage in the nine-day race 6.5 seconds behind three-time champion Dario Cologna of Switzerland, but Cologna couldnt keep pace when Legkov went ahead on the way up the downhill ski slope. "I have not practised climbing hills this big," Legkov said. "But in summer time rollerskiing and on snow I know that I am a strong climber." Legkov won the nine-kilometre freestyle handicap-start race in 31 minutes 3.4 seconds and finished 18.7 seconds ahead of Cologna, with fellow Russian Maxim Vylegzhanin third, 40.7 back. "Alexander Legkov was too fast for me today. I was at my maximum," Cologna said. "I couldnt hold his pace and knew that I needed to focus on getting second place. I think we knew coming into todays final climb that Alex was the strongest." Ivan Babikov of Canmore, Alta., was the top Canadian in seventh place. "I have no idea why Im good (aat this stage)," said Babikov. Nike Air Max 90 Herren Weiß "Where I grew up there were no hills. Everyone feels the pain at some point on the hill. Maybe I am able to cope with the pain a little better than others. "People always ask me why Im good at it and I dont know. I just love climbing and I just go with it." Devon Kershaw of Sudbury, Ont., was 12th, Torontos Len Valjas was 23rd and Alex Harvey of St-Ferreol-les-Neiges, Que., did not start the stage. It was an emotional victory for Legkov following Friday nights accident just above the finish line for the final stage. Two other Russians were seriously injured in the accident. Most of them were tourists. In the womens event, Justyna Kowalczyk of Poland won her fifth stage in this years race and secured her fourth consecutive overall victory. Kowalczyk clocked 35:52.5 to finish 27.9 ahead of Therese Johaug of Norway. Kristin Stoermer Steira, another Norwegian, was third, 2:39.5 back. "It was great hearing so many Polish fans on the side of the hill today," Kowalczyk said. Val di Fiemme will also host this seasons world championships from Feb. 20-March 3. ' ' '