LONDON (AP) -- Manchester United took over first place in the Premier League on Wednesday after it won 4-0 at Sunderland and Arsenal drew 0-0 at Portsmouth.
United has 45 points following its fifth straight league victory. Arsenal is next with 44, followed by Chelsea (38), Liverpool (36) and Manchester City (34).
Arsenal failed to score in a league game for the first time this season. It faced a strong Portsmouth defense led by former Gunner Sol Campbell.
Louis Saha scored twice and Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo added one goal each for Manchester United against Sunderland, which is coached by former Red Devil Roy Keane.
Aston Villa saved a point with an injury-time goal on a penalty kick by Gareth Barry after Ashley Cole was sent off for a hand ball. Villa's Zat Knight and Chelsea's Ricardo Carvalho also were ejected. Manchester City hosts Blackburn on Thursday.
Shaun Maloney put Villa ahead 2-0 after 44 minutes, but Andriy Shevchenko replied with a penalty kick in the 45th and then tied the score in the 50th. The Brazilian Alex took a pass from Shevchenko to score in the 66th, before Martin Laursen evened the score in the 72nd with a volley. Carvalho was sent off in the 80th for a lunge on Gabriel Agbonlahor.
Michael Ballack thought he'd scored the winner with a free kick in the 88th, but Villa evened the score again with the penalty kick.
Tottenham registered its biggest league win of the season, beating Fulham 5-1 behind two goals each from Robbie Keane and Tom Huddlestone and one from Jermain Defoe. Clint Dempsey scored in the 60th minute for Fulham.
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands (AP) -- Feyenoord defeated crosstown rival Sparta Rotterdam 2-0 to claim first place in the Dutch league. Feyenoord overtook defending champion PSV Eindhoven, which lost 2-1 at FC Groningen for its third defeat of the season.
Roy Makaay scored both goals at De Kuip, intercepting Nourdin Boukhari's poor back pass in the fourth minute and then netting from close range off Andewele Slory's cross in the 75th.
At Groningen, Marcus Berg scored the winner in the 77th after Rasmus Lindgren tied it for the home team in the 61st. PSV had taken the lead in the 20th, when Alcides scored on a pass from Danko Lazovic.
Feyenoord has 35 points, two more than PSV. Third-place Ajax, which hosts fifth-place FC Twente Thursday, has 31.
GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) -- Celtic kept its lead in the Scottish Premier League with a 1-0 victory over Dundee United.
Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink and Stephen McManus scored for Celtic, which stayed two points ahead of rival Rangers. Paul Hartley set up both goals -- crossing on Venegoor of Hesselink's header in the 69th minute and providing the free kick that McManus scored from in the 74th.
Celtic leads with 40 points, with Rangers at 38 after it beat Motherwell 3-1 behind goals from Daniel Cousin and Kris Boyd and an own-goal from Chris Porter. Paul Quinn made it 1-1 in the 65th for Motherwell, which is third in the league with 32 points.