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Hamburg SV
3 - 1
Manchester City

UEFA Cup

HSH Nordbank Arena

09/04/09

Attendance: 50,500

Referee: Olegario Benquerenca

Hamburg SVManchester City
Mathijsen (9) Trochowski (64 pen) Guerrero (79) Ireland (1)
Frank Rost     Shay Given    
Joris Mathijsen     Wayne Bridge     (46)
Michael Gravgaard     Richard Dunne    
Marcell Jansen     Pablo Zabaleta    
David Jarolim     Micah Richards    
Piotr Trochowski     Nedum Onuoha    
Dennis Aogo     Stephen Ireland    
Jonathan Pitroipa     Craig Bellamy    
Collin Benjamin     Robinho    
Mladen Petric     Daniel Sturridge     (62)
Ivica Olic     (71) Wright-Phillips     (83)
Substitutes
Wolfgang Hesl     Joe Hart    
Volker Schmidt     Javier Garrido     (46)
Marcel Ndjeng     Berti Glauber    
Tomas Rincon     Elano    
Paolo Guerrero     (71) Gelson Fernandes     (83)
Tunay Torun     Benjani     (62)
    Martin Petrov    
Game Statistics
11
On Target
4
18
Corners
3
3
Offside
5
25
Fouls
19
2
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
53.2
%
46.8

Writer:Tudor
Date:Thursday April 9 2009
Time: 9:59PM

Comments

0
To put it simply, we were outclassed by a better team.
Tudor
09/04/2009 22:23:00
0
To put it simply, we were outclassed by a better team.
Tudor
09/04/2009 22:23:00
0
how the hell did anyone vote for anyone other than shay who kept it 3-1 instead of 10-1?
bluemooner_mcfc
09/04/2009 22:25:00
0
how the hell did anyone vote for anyone other than shay who kept it 3-1 instead of 10-1?
bluemooner_mcfc
09/04/2009 22:25:00
0
i agree, we were totally outclased by a seasoned european outfit. im praying for a miracle next week. hughes should have played two physical holding midfielders
enzo city
09/04/2009 22:48:00
0
i agree, we were totally outclased by a seasoned european outfit. im praying for a miracle next week. hughes should have played two physical holding midfielders
enzo city
09/04/2009 22:48:00
0
Like who? Vk is unfit, de Jong ineligible and Fernandes is er, anyway we need to go for the jugular next week. Play Petrov (he must play some part against Fulham) and maybe even Elano.
kennyclementstache
09/04/2009 22:56:00
0
Like who? Vk is unfit, de Jong ineligible and Fernandes is er, anyway we need to go for the jugular next week. Play Petrov (he must play some part against Fulham) and maybe even Elano.
kennyclementstache
09/04/2009 22:56:00
0
The better team won we were crap in defence and got what we deserved. Thank God for Shay I hate to think what the scoreline would have read without him.
Doody
10/04/2009 00:06:00
0
The better team won we were crap in defence and got what we deserved. Thank God for Shay I hate to think what the scoreline would have read without him.
Doody
10/04/2009 00:06:00
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