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NEW YORK -- Stuck in a batting slump all week, the New York Mets seemed unlikely to even get a hit. Cheap Ken Boyer Jersey . Scoring? That looked downright impossible. Yet somehow, they rallied. The Mets suddenly struck for three runs in the ninth inning against Philadelphias makeshift bullpen minus closer Jonathan Papelbon, then ended a five-game skid by beating the Phillies 5-4 Sunday on Ruben Tejadas single in the 11th. "Desperate? You can call it desperate if you want to, but we have to stay positive," Mets manager Terry Collins said. "I dont know, standing on the edge of the cliff probably is a better way to describe it." Down 4-1 with only three outs left, the punchless Mets fought back, sparked by Daniel Murphys two-run homer. Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg said Papelbon was sore and unavailable to pitch in a third straight game. "The daily grind of the season," Papelbon said. "Its just kind of a product of the last couple of games." Lefty reliever Antonio Bastardo and Roberto Hernandez -- who started Friday night -- quickly let the Phillies lead slip away. In the 11th, Chris Young opened with an infield single, barely beating the flip from second baseman Chase Utleys glove. The Mets sent up pitcher Zack Wheeler as a pinch-hitter, and he put down a perfect sacrifice bunt that moved Young to second. Juan Lagares drew an intentional walk and Anthony Recker loaded with the bases with another infield hit stopped by diving third baseman Reid Brignac. Tejada won it with one out, hitting a sharp single to left-centre against Jeff Manship (1-1). Tejadas teammates chased him down in short right field to celebrate. "It feels pretty good after a rough week for me and the team," said Tejada, who recently lost his starting job at shortstop. Scott Rice (1-1) got Brignac on a grounder with two runners on to finish the 11th. Held to a total of nine runs in their previous five games, the Mets began their comeback in the ninth when Eric Young Jr. led off with a double and Murphy followed with a home run that made it 4-3. Chris Young ended his 0-for-18 slump by hitting a one-out double off the wall, and Hernandez emerged from the bullpen -- he threw 99 pitches in the series opener. Pinch-hitter Bobby Abreu singled off the glove of a diving Utley, and a slow grounder by Lagares drove in the tying run. When Tejada came up in the 11th, he said he had one thought in mind: "Finish the game." The Mets comeback denied Cole Hamels his elusive first win of the year and the 100th of his career. He struck out 10 in seven innings while throwing a whopping 133 pitches, the most by any major leaguer since San Franciscos Tim Lincecum tossed 148 in his no-hitter last July 13. The Mets started quickly when Young Jr. led off with a single and stole second, Murphy walked and David Wright hit an RBI single. NOTES: A day after making his debut, the Mets Eric Campbell singled for his first big league hit. ... Jonathon Niese struck out twice, leaving Mets pitchers 0 for 63 at the plate this year. ... The four-game Subway Series begins Monday night at Yankee Stadium with Mets RHP Bartolo Colon (2-5, 5.36 ERA) facing RHP Hiroki Kuroda (2-3, 4.43). The teams play twice in the Bronx before shifting across town for two more at Citi Field. The Mets went 4-0 against the Yankees last year. ... Lefty-hitting Curtis Granderson didnt start vs. Hamels, but Collins said the outfielder would be in the lineup Monday night. It will be Grandersons first game in the Bronx since leaving the Yankees in the off-season, signing with the Mets and saying: "A lot of the people Ive met in New York have always said that true New Yorkers are Mets fans." ... Several players swung pink bats on Mothers Day to support the fight against breast cancer. In keeping with the days theme, Mets reliever Carlos Torres asked the team to play the hip-hop song "Dear Mama" by the late Tupac Shakur over the PA system if he got into the game Sunday. Torres didnt pitch. ... It was Bark at the Park Day to support pet rescue and adoption. Many fans brought their dogs for a pregame parade around the warning track. Not barking was longtime Mets hot dog vendor Willie B, popular for his loud woofing in the second deck. He said his back was hurting, so he was carrying a lighter tray of pretzels. Real dogs are allowed to sit with their owners in the right-field porch at these Bark events -- on those days, Willie B says he instead refers to his usual wares as "frankfurters, out of respect." Cheap Tim McCarver Jersey . Atletico Madrid made it three wins from three thanks to a double from in-form striker Diego Costa in a 3-0 victory at Austria Vienna, leaving the Spanish side on the brink of the last 16 already to continue its brilliant start to the season. 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Aaron Ramseys 62nd minute goal, which gave Arsenal a 2-0 lead, turned out to be the margin of victory. He was also responsible for setting up Serge Gnabrys opener, having a huge influence on this victory. 2. Tottenham (LW - 3) Gylfi Sigurdsson scored in the 19th minute to give Spurs the goal they deserved after dominating the first half against Chelsea. In the second half they would give up the equalizer in a 1-1 draw. Bad feelings between the coaches dominated the pre-game and bad tempers from the players were prevalent throughout the contest. In the end a point each was a fair result. 3. Chelsea (LW - 4) Chelsea lost Fernando Torres to a second yellow card in the 81st minute, but a John Terry second half marker gave them a 1-1 draw against Spurs. After surviving a first half where they were under the gun, Chelsea was much better in the second frame before they were reduced to 10-men. After the red they had to survive the final 10 minutes plus injury time for the point, which in the end they accomplished. 4. Liverpool (LW - 7) Luis Suarez finally made his Premier League debut for Liverpool this season after finishing his suspension and he picked up right where he left off. Two goals and an assist on Daniel Sturridges opening marker helped his side cruise to an easy 3-1 victory over Sunderland. Another strong performance for Liverpool who find themselves tied for second in the table. 5. Everton (LW - 5) Romelu Lukaku was on target twice to keep Everton the only unbeaten side in the Premier League, as they claimed a 3-2 victory over Newcastle. All three goals came in the opening half before Newcastle stormed back and made it a contest in the second frame. Ross Barkley had the other marker for Everton, who now sit in the top four of the table, one point ahead of Chelsea. 6. Manchester City (LW - 2) City applied most of the pressure during their game against Aston Villa but defensive mistakes cost them in the second half as they fell 3-2. Yaya Toure handed them a lead heading into the half and after they gave up an equalizer, Edin Dzeko restored the lead. After that, they gave up a free-kick goal from a dangerous area for the tie and a defensive blunder led to the winner. 7. Southampton (LW - 8) Continuing their strong play, Southampton cruised to a 2-0 victory over Crystal Palace. Two goals in two minutes from Pablo Daniel Osvaldo and Rickie Lambert sealed the deal for the Saints. Lamberts strike was the 200th league goal of his career. A third Southampton goal was called offside in what was already a one-sided affair. 8. Manchester United (LW - 6) There was no Old Trafford magic for United as they fell at home, 2-1 to West Brom. Robin van Persie returned from injury but was not able to spark the team as a second half substitute. 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