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Manchester CITY 4 - West Bromwich Albion 0 - Stats

Manchester CITY
4 - 0
West Bromwich Albion

FA Barclays Premier League

The Etihad Stadium

11/4/12

Attendance: 46,746

Referee: Kevin Friend

Manchester CITYWest Bromwich Albion
Aguero 6′, 54′,Tevez 61′, Silva 64′
25 Hart     01 Foster    
02 Richards     03 Olsson    
04 Kompany     20 Shorey    
06 Lescott     25 Dawson    
22 Clichy     28 Jones    
18 Barry     08 Andrews    
19 Nasri     17 Dorrans     78'
21 Silva     80' 21 Mulumbu     68'
34 De Jong     33 Scharner    
16 Aguero     74' 09 Long    
32 Tevez     63' 31 Cox    
Substitutes
30 Pantilimon     19 Daniels    
05 Zabaleta     80' 23 McAuley    
13 Kolarov     26 Hurst    
07 Milner     05 Tchoyi     78'
08 Pizarro     39 Roofe    
11 Johnson     63' 24 Odemwingie    
10 Dzeko     74' 32 Fortune     68'
Game Statistics
19
Goal Attempts
4
11
On Target
1
6
Corners
2
1
Offside
0
7
Fouls
2
69
%
31
Comments...
Johnny On The Spot: Well, well. Tonight City rammed the tsunami of gloating and criticism that we as a club and a support have taken over the past three days back down the throats of a legion of ghouls who've been desperate to stick the boot in all season...Roberto Mancini's defiance this week was richly rewarded by his dominant side who inspired by David Silva's fleet of foot and Gareth Barry's midfield drive took West Brom to the proverbial cleaners. Lost the dressing room? Not on this evidence...Sure, we'd swap places with Stretford and their five goal cushion with five games to go tonight but Wigan, like Blackburn and other less accomplished sides have shown this season that the rags are far from invincible...All we can ask of a hack written off City from here on is to keep on putting in a shift and see where we are when Taggart brings his team inside the City walls. Never say never said Mancio and City looked a team liberated and free of pressure tonight.

Writer:Johnny Baguette
Date:Wednesday April 11 2012
Time: 9:39PM

Comments

0
GET THE ***** IN CITY!!!!!
rojo2010
11/04/2012 21:44:00
0
Brilliant response, let's kick on City and push the Rags all the way. Cheers Wigan :-)
Bluedub
11/04/2012 21:59:00
0
That Wigan win takes massive gloss off the rags tonight.
Johnny Baguette
11/04/2012 22:06:00
0
Sure the possession stats are being doctored yet again by Red Sky, i'll await the Opta figures...
HeavyRiffs
11/04/2012 22:06:00
0
VMC uses BBC Heavy.
Johnny Baguette
11/04/2012 22:12:00
0
BBC say 60-40 JB
Thaibluefan
11/04/2012 22:43:00
0
We owed someone a good kicking. Now let's put Norwich to the sword at the weekend and see how the rags get on - we just need to get the gap to 3 points or less before the derby, and it's anyone's title. Whatever will those gloating rags do with the "20th title shirts" they've bought when they bottle it?

http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/soccer-dirty-tackle/already-selling-man-united-champ20ns-shirt-174236612.html
fifthcolumnblue
12/04/2012 00:33:00
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