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Crystal Palace 0 - Manchester City 2 - Stats

Crystal Palace
0 - 2
Manchester City

Carling Cup R2

Selhurst Park

27/08/09

Attendance: 14,725

Referee: Darren Deadman

Crystal PalaceManchester City
Wright-Phillips (50), Tevez (71)
Julian Speroni     Shay Given    
Nathanial Clyne     Micah Richards    
Jose Fonte     Joleon Lescott    
Patrick McCarthy     Kolo Toure    
Clint Hill     Wayne Bridge    
Darren Ambrose     (72) Wright-Phillips    
Shaun Derry     Stephen Ireland    
Neil Danns     Gareth Barry    
Alassane N'Diaye     De Souza Robinho     (72)
Victor Moses     (80) Emmanuel Adebayor    
Freddie Sears     (72) Carlos Tevez     (86)
Substitutes
Darryl Flahavan     Stuart Taylor    
Nick Carle     (80) Nedum Onuoha    
Sean Scannell     (72) Pablo Zabaleta    
Matthew Lawrence     Martin Petrov    
Alan Lee     Nigel De Jong     (86)
Danny Butterfield     Craig Bellamy     (72)
Ryan Smith     (72) Vladimir Weiss    
Game Statistics
9
On Target
7
4
Corners
10
9
Fouls
8
0
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
0
41
%
59
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Writer:Tudor
Date:Thursday August 27 2009
Time: 10:15PM

Comments

0
Even though we have the better players now we still have the lions share of the possession (59%) as well as being more direct.
Kevinho
27/08/2009 22:23:00
0
For all that possession, we could only muster 2 goals and that was credit to the Crystal Palace defence who defended brilliantly, but eventually ran out of steam. I wonder how long they can hang onto their goal keeper, who was top class in their goal as was Shay Given at the other end. Tevez shone for the outfielders and topped the display with a headed goal.
Buzz Lightyear
27/08/2009 22:24:00
0
Buzz - I said during the game last night that I consider Speroni as top class and that it was beyond me why he is not playing at a higher level. Although he deserves to be a No. 1 choice wherever he is, I'd be more confident if he was our no. 2 keeper rather than Taylor!
Kevinho
28/08/2009 11:05:00
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