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Newcastle United
2 - 2
Manchester City

St James' Park

20/10/08

Attendance: 45,908

Referee: Rob Styles

Newcastle UnitedManchester City
Ameobi (44) Dunne og (63) Robinho pen (14) Ireland (86)
Shay Given     Joe Hart    
Habib Beye     Micah Richards     (58)
Steven Taylor     Tal Ben-Haim    
Fabricio Coloccini     Richard Dunne    
Sebastien Bassong     Javier Garrido     (83)
Geremi     Wright-Phillips    
Danny Guthrie     Vincent Kompany    
Nicky Butt     Dietmar Hamann     (64)
Damien Duff     Stephen Ireland    
Obafemi Martins     (72) Jo    
Shola Ameobi     (79) Robinho    
Substitutes
Steve Harper     Kasper Schmeichel    
Claudio Cacapa     Nedum Onuoha     (58)
Jose Enrique     Elano    
Charles N'Zogbia     (72) Gelson Fernandes    
Xisco     Ched Evans     (64)
David Edgar     Daniel Sturridge     (83)
Andrew Carroll     (79) Glauber Berti    
Game Statistics
2
On Target
8
5
Corners
10
5
Offside
2
15
Fouls
15
0
Yellow Cards
2
1
Red Cards
0
28
%
72

Writer:Tudor
Date:Monday October 20 2008
Time: 10:31PM

Comments

0
These stats say 8 -2 shots "on target" and 72% possession. It was impossible not to win this game with the start we had. Our defence needs nothing short of a miracle to actually win us a game when our attack gets us ahead. A draw was a massive disappointment.
Sindbad
20/10/2008 22:35:00
0
How can we have 72% ball possession and not win the bloody game?
Tudor
20/10/2008 22:48:00
0
we got problems at the back but in this game we lack the predator instincts in front the goal? 28 shots at goal... 8 on target .. only two goals...
ArabianKnight
20/10/2008 23:48:00
0
consider someone like zaki in the game against up he had two shots at goal if i recall correctly both on target one goal and one saved. In his game against liverpool, two shots both goals. our midfielders does an awesome job at times getting the ball to the forwards and takes shots but we have to make it count
ArabianKnight
20/10/2008 23:52:00
0
Another terrible performance from Jo. Cant be far from Evans getting getting the nod now!
oliverblue
21/10/2008 06:05:00
0
We could have had 100% possession last night and we still would'nt have won the way we played...
lincolnblue
21/10/2008 09:03:00
0
It's a shame we didn't get in a position that would have allowed Hughes to bring Berti on. Would like to see Dunne move back to right side of central pair and try Berti on the left.
Bluemorg
21/10/2008 17:39:00
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