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Bolton 2 - Manchester City 0 - Stats

Bolton
2 - 0
Manchester City

Reebok Stadium

02/11/08

Attendance: 21,096

Referee: Mike Riley

BoltonManchester City
Gardner (77) Dunne og (88)
Jussi Jaaskelainen     Joe Hart    
Rafn Steinsson     Pablo Zabaleta    
Gary Cahill     Richard Dunne    
Andrew O'Brien     Tal Ben-Haim    
Lloyd Samuel     Micah Richards    
Mustapha Riga     (43) Wright-Phillips    
Gavin McCann     Vincent Kompany    
Kevin Nolan     Stephen Ireland    
Fabrice Muamba     Elano     (69)
Matthew Taylor     Ched Evans     (69)
Kevin Davies     Robinho    
Substitutes
Ali Al Habsi     Kasper Schmeichel    
Nicky Hunt     Nedum Onuoha    
Ebi Smolarek     Javier Garrido    
Ricardo Gardner     (43) Gelson Fernandes    
Heidar Helguson     Felipe Caicedo    
Dan Shittu     Dietmar Hamann     (69)
Chris Basham     Daniel Sturridge     (69)
Game Statistics
15
Goal Attempts
13
12
On Target
6
5
Crosses
10
6
Corners
1
4
Offside
3
17
Fouls
22
1
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
0
43
%
57
Comments...
Bolton keeper Jussi Jaaskelainen celebrated 10 years at the Reebok and 400 games with a clean sheet. To me he was the 'Man of the Match' after two incredible saves from Stephen Ireland and Robinho. As for City - feckin' don't ask!!

Writer:Tudor
Date:Sunday November 2 2008
Time: 6:22PM

Comments

0
Robinho.. HeHe.. 32.5 million, do I remember?
JT_daniel
02/11/2008 18:29:00
0
13 attempts...hmmm goals just dried up
ArabianKnight
02/11/2008 18:30:00
0
Robinho, SWP and Hart the only players showing work rate and effort.
Johnny Baguette
02/11/2008 18:31:00
0
I just wanna cry. (Pity I can't show a smiley or it would show me hitting my head against the wall!)
Tudor
02/11/2008 19:02:00
0
The worst performance of the season by a country mile against an abysmal Bolton team. Hang your heads City! You were a disgrace!
oliverblue
02/11/2008 20:14:00
0
Bit harsh on Ched, Johnny! I thought Evans ran his heart out today, he held the ball up well, & his distribution was superb for the most part, but got very little support. I thought SWP was poor by his standards.
Ghost of 76
02/11/2008 21:54:00
0
Must Hughes put behind Dunne a good defender!!, Becouse he become a dangerous than the strikers of the other team on our goal !! :))
city 81
03/11/2008 07:50:00
0
the % of possession we had was was mostly passing back to our defenders and them passing it to each other, putting ourselves under pressure.....AGAIN !!!! ....why oh why do we do that !!
lincolnblue
03/11/2008 08:15:00
0
Less than half of our goal attempts were on target. And when we did get a shot on target Jaaskelainen was superb. Also 10 crosses with no result... We need Petrov and Joao back badly. (crosses that lead to goals, and someone who can create space for other forwards and hold the ball up). Basically we were not incisive in attack and too many times were just going through the motions. I won't talk about defence because it is far too depressing.
Sindbad
03/11/2008 13:16:00
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