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Burnley
1 - 6
Manchester City

Barclays Premier League

Turf Moor

03/04/10

Attendance: 21,330

Referee: Alan Wiley

BurnleyManchester City
Fletcher (71) Adebayor (4, 45), Bellamy (5), Tevez (7), Vieira (20), Kompany (58)
Brian Jensen     Shay Given    
Tyrone Mears     Nedum Onuoha    
Michael Duff     Kolo Toure    
Leon Cort     Vincent Kompany    
Daniel Fox     Silvio Sylvinho     (67)
Kevin McDonald     (46) Adam Johnson    
Graham Alexander     Patrick Vieira    
David Nugent     Gareth Barry    
Robbie Blake     (46) Craig Bellamy    
Chris Eagles     Emmanuel Adebayor     (79)
Steven Fletcher     (80) Carlos Tevez     (83)
Substitutes
Nicky Weaver     Gunnar Nielsen    
Clarke Carlisle     Javier Garrido    
Martin Paterson     (80) Wright-Phillips    
Wade Elliott     (46) Roque Santa Cruz     (79)
Andre Bikey     Nigel De Jong     (67)
Steven Thompson     Dedryk Boyata    
Jack Cork     (46) Alex Nimely     (83)
Game Statistics
12
Goal Attempts
17
4
On Target
9
6
Corners
7
2
Offside
1
8
Fouls
10
0
Yellow Cards
0
0
Red Cards
0
45.3
%
54.7

Writer:Better Late Than Never
Date:Monday April 5 2010
Time: 5:34PM

Comments

0
Not a yellow card in sight and only three off sides. A fair and open match.
Wswilly3
05/04/2010 17:49:00
0
We've barely picked up any yellows this season, less than two a game. The offside stat is surprisig considering Adebayor was on the pitch, sometimes wonder if he understands the rule, although he did well springing the trap for his second against Burnley.
Bluedub
05/04/2010 18:04:00
0
I still can't believe it was Wiley reffing that with his 100+ bookings this season!
Johnny Baguette
05/04/2010 18:22:00
0
At various parts of the second half and with all that water on the pitch I thought Wiley was going to abandon the game. Thank gawd he didn't or I for one would have imploded.
Tudor
05/04/2010 18:47:00
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