Joe Cole equalised in the 68th minute, his first goal in his second stint at the club.
Newcastle United were beaten 2-1 by Reading, who climbed out of the bottom three. Reading went behind to Yohan Cabaye's free-kick in the 35th minute but substitute Adam Le Fondre scored with his first touch in the 71st minute and won the game with his second goal six minutes later.
Second-placed Manchester City closed the gap on leaders Manchester United, who play Tottenham Hotspur today, to four points through David Silva's two goals against Fulham. The Spanish midfielder opened the scoring after less than two minutes and made it 2-0 in the 69th before missing a chance for a hat-trick.
An own goal by David Vaughan put Wigan Athletic in front against Sunderland in the fourth minute at the DW Stadium, but they were beaten 3-2. Sunderland equalised through a penalty from Craig Gardner in the 17th minute and three minutes later they were ahead through Steven Fletcher's volley. The striker scored again three minutes before the break. Wigan's second came from Angelo Henriquez.
Luis Suarez was looking for a hat-trick of hat-tricks for Liverpool against Norwich City having netted three times in both of his previous games against them, but the prolific Uruguayan had to settle for one goal in a 5-0 victory at Anfield. He struck in the 36th minute, 10 minutes after Jordan Henderson's opener. Daniel Sturridge scored his third goal in as many appearances, in the 59th minute, before captain Steven Gerrard added a fourth seven minutes later and Ryan Bennett rounded things off with an own goal 16 minutes from time.
The game between Swansea City and Stoke was the only match that was goalless at half-time but it finished 3-1 in the home side's favour. Ben Davies broke the deadlock four minutes into the second half, added to by Jonathan de Guzman in the 57th and 80th minutes. Michael Owen scored his first goal for Stoke in injury time.