Suarez scores 4 goals for Liverpool
MANCHESTER, England -- Luis Suarez scored four goals to lift Liverpool to a 5-1 victory over Norwich City on Wednesday.
American striker Jozy Altidore scored his first Premier League goal for Sunderland in a 4-3 loss to Chelsea. Altidore turned John Terry before sending a left-foot shot past goalkeeper Petr Cech in the 14th minute at the Stadium of Light.
Eden Hazard had two goals in Chelsea's victory at Sunderland.
Everton beat Manchester United 1-0 for its first win at Old Trafford in 21 years. United fell 12 points behind Arsenal. Everton and U.S. goalkeeper Tim Howard denied Patrice Evra in the closing stages with a fine reaction save.
Arsenal preserved its four-point lead as Nicklas Bendtner capitalized on a rare start to score in a 2-0 win over Hull.
Manchester City remained third by beating West Bromwich Albion 3-2.
PARIS -- Struggling Evian ended Paris Saint-Germain's 36-game unbeaten run in all competitions by defeating the leader 2-0 in the French League.
The defending champion had its lead over Lille atop the league cut to one point while Evian moved into 15th place.
Also Wednesday, it was: Rennes 3, Saint-Etienne 1; Guingamp 0, Bordeaux 1; Ajaccio 1, Bastia 1; Sochaux 0, Reims 2; and Montpellier 0, Lorient 2.
On Tuesday, Lille and Monaco both won to put pressure on PSG, while Nantes beat Valenciennes 2-1. Lille edged Marseille 1-0 and Monaco routed Nice 3-0.
FRANKFURT, Germany -- Arjen Robben scored the opening goal before being taken out on a stretcher with an apparent knee injury Wednesday as title holder Bayern Munich advanced to the German Cup quarterfinals with a 2-0 victory in Augsburg.
Also, Bayer Leverkusen edged Freiburg 2-1, Eintracht Frankfurt defeated second-division Sandhausen 4-2 after a hat trick from Joselu and Wolfsburg needed a late goal from Ivica Olic to prevail 2-1 over another second-tier club, Ingolstadt.
Robben scored in the fourth minute in Augsburg, off a pass from Mario Mandzukic. His first effort was blocked by goalkeeper Marwin Hitz, but he knocked the loose ball into the net.
Robben left the match in the 16th minute after a heavy tackle by Hitz. Robben was whistled for offside, but Hitz charged into him hard and was given a yellow card. Robben was taken off the field on a stretcher, bleeding from the right knee. He was taken to a hospital for treatment.
Thomas Mueller came in for Robben and notched the winner in the 78th with a header after Jerome Boateng's cross following a corner.
"It's the Cup, it's normal for such a game to be a bit hard," said Mueller, who had a penalty claim denied.
Copyright 2013 by The Associated Press
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