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Manchester City
3 - 0
Wigan Athletic

Barclays Premier League

Etihad Stadium

10/09/11

Attendance: 46,509

Referee: Martin Atkinson

Manchester CityWigan Athletic
Aguero (13,63,69)
Joe Hart     Ali Al Habsi    
Joleon Lescott     Emmerson Boyce     (60)
Gael Clichy     Gary Caldwell    
Vincent Kompany     Maynor Figueroa    
Micah Richards     Adrian Lopez    
James Milner     Mohamed Diame    
Yaya Toure     (80) Ben Watson     (70)
Adam Johnson     James McArthur    
David Silva     Hugo Rodallega    
Carlos Tevez     (61) Franco Di Santo     (70)
Sergio Aguero     (71) Victor Moses    
Substitutes
Costel Pantilimon     Chris Kirkland    
Kolo Toure     Ronnie Stam     (60)
Pablo Zabaleta     David Jones    
Abdul Razak     (80) Jordi Gomez     (70)
Edin Dzeko     James McCarthy    
Mario Balotelli     (71) Conor Sammon    
Samir Nasri     (61) Albert Crusat     (70)
Game Statistics
23
Goal Attempts
9
10
On Target
5
8
Corners
3
6
Offside
9
6
Fouls
9
0
Yellow Cards
0
0
Red Cards
0
59
%
41
Comments...
Johnny On The Spot: Manchester City supporters who have been schooled on the "international superstar in need of travel recovery" likes of Elano, Robinho, Adebayor and Tévez aren't used to this. Lest we forget, Kun Aguero had only been back from India with Argentina a couple of days before executing one of the most sharp yet calmly taken hat-tricks The Etihad Stadium is likely to see. The fact that these goals arrived upon waves of the scintillating attacking play that is fast becoming City's trademark should not be lost on anyone, let alone the loyal legion of City fans whose side have been pilloried as boring by countless hacks and pundits - until this season's first whistle sounded...Incredulously, some in The Street of Shame are raising question marks against City's defence which has conceded 3 goals in 4 games, shock horror...The statistics continue to pile up in City's favour and it remains extremely difficult for any Blue to keep their feet firmly planted. 4 league games, 4 wins, 15 goals to the good, 3 against and 2 clean sheets at Fortress Etihad = 12 points. Rewind one season and you'll find: 4 league games, 1 win, 2 draws, 1 defeat, 4 goals to the good, 2 against and 1 clean sheet = 5 points. Heady times...But perhaps the most telling statistic should be reserved for Wigan Athletic. Yesterday's annihilation should have registered many more goals for The Citizens, but before Roberto Mancini came to town, City had previously struggled to cope with Wigan winning only 1 of the 9 previous Premier League encounters. If you want to know just how far City have progressed, ask a Latics fan.

Writer:danielqpr
Date:Saturday September 10 2011
Time: 5:38PM

Comments

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Our MOTM poll can be found via our City Chat forum. I voted for David Silva, but who will you vote for?
tudor
10/09/2011 17:47:00
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Our MOTM poll can be found via our City Chat forum. I voted for David Silva, but who will you vote for?
tudor
10/09/2011 17:47:00
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Can't believe we only scored three!
fifthcolumnblue
10/09/2011 18:20:00
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Can't believe we only scored three!
fifthcolumnblue
10/09/2011 18:20:00
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Realistically we coukd have scored 7 but i'll settle for 3.
tudor
10/09/2011 18:25:00
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Realistically we coukd have scored 7 but i'll settle for 3.
tudor
10/09/2011 18:25:00
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Yer like a pack of aul women moaning about the lack of goals. Four from four, 15 goals. GET the ***** IN!
rojo2010
10/09/2011 18:35:00
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Yer like a pack of aul women moaning about the lack of goals. Four from four, 15 goals. GET the ***** IN!
rojo2010
10/09/2011 18:35:00
0
Silva is Xavi/Iniesta level now. World class.
StuMCFC
11/09/2011 01:03:00
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Silva is Xavi/Iniesta level now. World class.
StuMCFC
11/09/2011 01:03:00
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