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Manchester City 1 - Tottenham Hotspur 0 - Stats

Manchester City
1 - 0
Tottenham Hotspur

FA Barclays Premier League

The City of Manchester Stadium

10/5/11

Attendance: 47, 069

Referee: Mike Dean

Manchester CityTottenham Hotspur
Crouch og, 30
Hart     Cudicini    
Richards     Corluka    
Kompany     Dawson    
Lescott     Gallas     88
Zabaleta     57 Rose    
Milner     Lennon    
De Jong     Palacios     32
Y Toure     Sandro    
A Johnson     66 Modric    
Silva     83 Van der Vaart    
Dzeko     Crouch     78
Substitutes
Given (GK)     Pletikosa (GK)    
SWP     Kaboul     88
Kolarov     57 Pavlyuchenko    
Vieira     66 Defoe     78
Tevez     83 Bassong    
Boyata     Kranjcar    
Balotelli     Pienaar     32
Game Statistics
7
Goal Attempts
14
4
On Target
7
2
Corners
8
3
Offside
1
7
Fouls
8
1
Yellow Cards
1
38
%
62
Comments...
Johnny On The Spot: And now you're gonna believe us. NOW Manchester City can begin to play football with more freedom again...Tottenham gave The Blues a tremendous going over tonight but came up against a back four and a goalkeeper in sensational form working hard as a unit to ensure that this season's main objective of a top four finish is secured. Joleon Lescott in particular was outstanding...City grafted tremendously hard right across the team in the face of relentless Spurs pressure and demonstrated the kind of team ethic that the vast majority of a foaming English football media said they never would achieve last summer...Roberto Mancini sent his team out after the Everton defeat to bag a Champions League place before the FA Cup Final. That done, this result will serve as a massive confidence booster and something of a release ahead of the historic clash with Stoke on Saturday...And tonight the plaudits must go to Mancio who under unimaginable pressure has sealed 5th and 4th place finishes for City inside 18 months at the controls. Who knows maybe even a 3rd placed finish the way Arsenal have imploded...Now let's get go for it, get Wembley rocking and win our first trophy in 35 years. We truly are not really here!

Writer:Johnny Baguette
Date:Tuesday May 10 2011
Time: 9:43PM

Comments

0
WE'RE NOT REALLY HERE!
StuMCFC
10/05/2011 21:49:00
0
What a game, Ive never been more nervous in my life before...
BlueMan 87
10/05/2011 21:51:00
0
FORZA MANCINI!
bluedub
10/05/2011 21:55:00
0
Well done chaps....good luck next year in the CL, and I hope you don't get the patronising treatment we received from a slack-jawed media this year. Up the Spurs..........and another Barolo for me.
lordjohnny
10/05/2011 21:55:00
0
391 million pound :)
spursftw
10/05/2011 21:56:00
0
This could be the defining moment in our clubs history. Champions League qualification and only two points behind Arsenal. We could finish third - now would't that be something. CTID
tudor
10/05/2011 21:57:00
0
Let's not forget how much money we've spent because we've now reached the Champions League, LMAO!
Johnny Baguette
10/05/2011 22:06:00
0
@spursftw And plenty more to be spent as Europe's elite arrive, a new dynasty is being built. Blueeee mooooonnnnnnn~!
StuMCFC
10/05/2011 22:07:00
0
The dog and I have been doing the Poznan dance all night. The poor mut is exhausted now. COME ON CITY.
tudor
10/05/2011 22:09:00
0
9 points clear of Spurs and 7 clear of the Scousers with 2 to go. -Arsenal have got to be in our sights after Wembley.
Johnny Baguette
10/05/2011 22:14:00
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