Friday, September 25, 2009

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE MATCHDAY 6


I'm sorry for the delay again, but as always here is last week's English Premier League highlight. The Manchester derby was one of the highlight last week and I would only say this – LUCK! Only LUCK saved Manchester United from sharing a piece each with the city rival. With that game, this leaves Chelsea as the only team that has 100% record win and sitting prettily atop.




MATCHDAY 6
19 September 2009, Saturday

BURNLEY 3-1 SUNDERLAND
Turf Moor, Burnley (Attendance: 20,196)
BUR:
Alexander 12" (pen), Nugent 67", 86"; SUN:
Bent 38"
** Burnley's 100% home record remain intact, considering it as impressive as ever while they have beaten ManU and Everton earlier this season

ARSENAL 4-0 WIGAN ATHLETIC
Emirates Stadium, London (Attendance: 59,103)
ARS:
Vermaelen 24", 49", Eduardo 58", Fabregas
90"
** This is defender Thomas Vermaelen's third and fourth goal of the season, a pretty decent record for such a defender player

ASTON VILLA 2-0 PORTSMOUTH
Villa Park, Birmingham (Attendance: 35,979)
AST:
Milner 33" (pen), Agbonlahor
42"
** Portsmouth still rots at the bottom for their sixth defeat out of six, while Aston Villa breaks into a top five standing

BOLTON WANDERERS 1-1 STOKE CITY
Reebok Stadium, London (Attendance: 20,265)
BOL:
Taylor 88" (pen); STO:
Kitson 52"
** Bolton has 4 while Stoke has 8 points following the draw

HULL CITY 0-1 BIRMINGHAM CITY
Kingston Comms Stadium, Hull (Attendance: 23,759)
BIR:
O'Connor 74"
** Birmingham's Joe Hart keeps a clean sheet and saves 7 from Hull's attacking force makes him the best choice for player of the match

WEST HAM 2-3 LIVERPOOL
Boleyn Ground, London (Attendance: 34,658)
WHU:
Diamanti 29" (pen), Cole 45"; LIV:
Torres
20", 74", Kuyt 41"
** Dramatic but deserved win for Liverpool but also bravo efforts for the Hammers


20 September 2009, Sunday

MANCHESTER UNITED 4-3 MANCHESTER CITY
Old Trafford, Manchester (Attendance: 75,066)
MANU:
Rooney 2", Fletcher 48", 80", Owen 90"; MANC:
Barry 16", Bellamy 52",90"
** ManU's defensive line had something to thing off after this, constant letting unnecessary goals away

WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS 2-1 FULHAM
Molineux, Wolverhampton (Attendance: 27,670)
WOV:
Doyle 18", Edwards 49"; FUL:
Murphy 66" (pen)
** Wolves jumps over Fulham on the premiership table, thanks to midfielder's David Edwards strike to give them the first home win

EVERTON 3-0 BLACKBURN ROVERS
Goodison Park, Liverpool (Attendance: 35,546)
EVE:
Saha 21", 53", Yobo 57"
** Everton picks up a second successive home win in four days, but it was Paul Robinson has three goals striked behind him

CHELSEA 3-0 TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR
Stamford Bridge, London (Attendance: 41,623)
CHE:
Cole 32", Ballack 58", Drogba 63"
** Chelsea took advantage of the missing of Tottenham's Ledley King at the 47th minute to strike twice to seal the win


Acknowledgement:
FA Premier League Official website and ESPN

1 comment:

Fyzal said...

good update buddy.. keep on rolling EPL..

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