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1 - 1
Fulham

FA Barclays Premier League

The City of Manchester Stadium

27/2/11

Attendance: 43, 077

Referee: Peter Walton

Manchester CityFulham
Mario Balotelli 26 Damien Duff 48
Hart     Schwarzer    
Boateng     Baird    
K Toure     Hughes    
Lescott     Hangeland    
Kolarov     77 Salcido    
Y Toure     Duff    
Barry     Etuhu    
Zabaleta     Murphy    
Tevez     Dempsey    
Balotelli     Johnson     79
Dzeko     60 Dembele    
Substitutes
Taylor (GK)     Stockdale (GK)    
Milner     77 Kelly    
SWP     Gera    
Vieira     60 Gudjohnsen     79
Jo     Kakuta    
Wabara     Greening    
Guidetti     Davies    
Game Statistics
14
Goal Attempts
11
4
On Target
5
10
Corners
1
1
Offside
1
16
Fouls
13
1
Yellow Cards
2
50
%
50
Comments...
Buzz On The Spot: City dropped a valuable two points here with a disappointing draw, against a Fulham side which will never set the world on fire. As usual with Mark Hughes he was determined to come here and not lose, but that is exactly what was going to happen after City had taken the lead in the first 26 minutes with a stunner from Balotelli...The loss of Silva was a big blow and it showed that even though Mr Mancini played three attackers like he did against Aris it was clear that Dzeko was getting no-where with Hangeland and he was substituted in the second half for Vieira...Before that however Fulham had equalised when City cleared a corner, everyone ran up field only to lose the ball and with the City defence still in the dressing room, because they weren't on the park, Duff equalised...Some very sloppy play and ambitious efforts from outside the box and a good save from Schwarzer stamped a draw on this game once Fulham had equalised. City never controlled the midfield and the lack of work rate from a few of the City lads meant only one point today.

Writer:Johnny Baguette
Date:Sunday February 27 2011
Time: 4:51PM

Comments

0
The Peter Walton Curse, still no wins under him since 2007. Can only blame ourselves today though, sluggish, poor performance.
StuMCFC
27/02/2011 17:18:00
0
You're so ****** condescending to teams you play its unbelievable. You've mistakeN yourselves with a good team WITH TROPHIES I'm afraid
ForeverUnited
27/02/2011 17:28:00
0
No passion from both the fans and the players. An embarassing advert for the football club.
SkyBlueSuedeShoes
27/02/2011 17:31:00
0
NOBBY Allcock rides again...
Johnny Baguette
27/02/2011 17:40:00
0
Don't take the headphones off ForeverUnited remember breathe in breathe out and keep repeating to yourself I am not a moron.
Buzz Lightyear
27/02/2011 17:43:00
0
i hate to say it but would one more year without a trophy really hurt? It's worrying me a bit the strength of the teams we're playing in cup competitions and the effect it could have on our league form. we can't afford to play all our best players against villa because the wigan game is so important
arthur7171
27/02/2011 17:48:00
0
Aw, bless , Famous has thrown his toys because he knows he hasn't got a leg to stand on over that dirty barsteward Shrek and his flying elbows. And in typical rag fashion he's decided to go on the attack to deflect attention from his own guilt. And Buzz - why would you want Famous to lie to himself? ;)
fifthcolumnblue
27/02/2011 18:18:00
0
ForeverUnited, ***** off and die.
RobsonGreensleeves
27/02/2011 18:25:00
0
PS, i bet Colleen and the baby were terrified of your thug of a 'hero' returning home from work yesterday. How long before his wife sports a black eye or his son 'bangs his head'! Absolute animal.
RobsonGreensleeves
27/02/2011 18:28:00
0
Sorry, My bad - FU is the target of my ire, not FamousNo7!
fifthcolumnblue
27/02/2011 20:36:00
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