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 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.