MANCHESTER: Carlos Tevez chose the occasion of his 27th birthday to claim a 19-minute hat-trick against West Brom, taking his season tally to 20 goals, in Manchester City's comfortable 3-0 victory at the City of Manchester Stadium. Tevez also extended his remarkable personal record of never ending a game in which he has scored for City on the losing team. Having scored in 25 different matches for City, Tevez has been on the winning side an impressive 23 times. Victory for City was also the perfect response after manager Roberto Mancini was highly critical of his team following the midweek draw at Birmingham, a result which continued his team's mediocre recent form and saw them lose ground in the race for the Premier League title. Wolves stun Man United In Wolverhampton, Wolves rounded off an incredible day in the Premier League as the bottom club ended table-topping Manchester United's unbeaten run with a 2-1 upset. Wolves defender George Elokobi scored once and will be arguing for some time with Kevin Doyle over the owner of the second crucial Wolves goal that sentenced United to their first defeat of the season. Wolves certainly had to dig deep as they contributed to the latest test of their character. Elokobi's woeful defending, inside his own area, allowed Nani the space and time to swivel and strike a shot that beat Wayne Hennessey at the near post. But Wolves hit back when a clever short-corner routine created an opening for Jarvis, who swung in a cross for Elokobi who directed a powerful beyond the diving grasp of Edwin van der Sar. Rooney also cut a frustrated figure as he was limited to one shot which sailed over the crossbar and he was also booked for a late challenge on Zubar. United were fortunate not to have Ryan Giggs sent off for kicking out at Doyle in the closing minutes. Newcastle stun Arsenal In London, Newcastle staged one of the greatest fight backs in Premier League history on Saturday, dealing a blow to Arsenal's title hopes to claim a 4-4 draw on a day of record scoring. The second-placed Gunners ran riot in an extraordinary opening at St James Park, sweeping into a 4-0 lead after only 26 minutes thanks to two goals from Robin Van Persie and one apiece from Theo Walcott and Johan Djourou. A further goal from Leon Best made it 4-2 before Barton's second penalty cut Arsenal's lead to a single goal. With time running out Cheik Tiote lashed in a 20-yard volley on 87 minutes to complete an extraordinary comeback. A total of 39 goals were scored across Saturday's seven games, breaking the previous record of 36 for goals scored in a single day of the Premier League. Bolton looked to have done enough to earn a share of the points courtesy of a Daniel Sturridge equaliser but Kranjcar's strike settled it for Spurs. Elsewhere, Fulham twice came from behind to grab a share of the points in a 2-2 draw away to Aston Villa. An own-goal from John Pantsil gave Villa the lead on 13 minutes before Fulham hit back through Andrew Johnson on 52 minutes. Kyle Walker put Villa 2-1 up but Fulham's US international midfielder Clint Dempsey equalised. At Goodison Park, Louis Saha struck four goals as Everton came from behind to score a dramatic 5-3 win over newly promoted Blackpool. The Toffees twice took the lead through Louis Saha only for the Seasiders to level through Alex Baptiste and Jason Puncheon. With the game poised at 2-2 Blackpool captain Charlie Adam -- reportedly unhappy at the failure of a transfer move to Liverpool -- put Ian Holloway's men 3-2 ahead on 67 minutes. But Saha grabbed his third on 76 minutes before Jermaine Beckford struck a superb volley 10 minutes from time to make it 4-3. Saha then grabbed his fourth to complete the scoring. At the DW Stadium, relegation-threatened Wigan scored a vital 4-3 victory over Blackburn in a see-saw battle at the DW Stadium.