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Norwich City 1 - Manchester CITY 6

FA Barclays Premier League

Carrow Road

14/4/12

Attendance: 26, 812

Referee: Chris Foy

Norwich City
1 - 6
Manchester CITY
Surman 51′
 
Tevez 18′, 73′,80', Aguero 27′ ,75′, Johnson 90′
 
Venue: Carrow Road
 
Attendance: 26, 812
The Teams
01 Ruddy
 
 
 
25 Hart
 
 
02 R Martin
 
 
 
04 Kompany
 
 
03 Drury
 
 
 
05 Zabaleta
 
 
22 Ward
 
 
 
06 Lescott
 
 
33 R Bennett
 
 
 
22 Clichy
 
 
04 Johnson
 
 
46'
 
18 Barry
 
 
12 Pilkington
 
 
46'
 
19 Nasri
 
 
63′
17 E Bennett
 
 
 
21 Silva
 
 
75'
24 Howson
 
 
 
34 De Jong
 
 
09 Holt
 
 
 
16 Aguero
 
 
21 Wilbraham
 
 
68'
 
32 Tevez
 
 
81'
Substitutes
31 Steer
 
 
 
30 Pantilimon
 
 
25 Naughton
 
 
 
02 Richards
 
 
81'
11 Surman
 
 
46'
 
13 Kolarov
 
 
14 Hoolahan
 
 
46'
 
07 Milner
 
 
15 Fox
 
 
 
11 Johnson
 
 
75'
05 Morison
 
 
68'
 
42 Y Toure
 
 
63′
10 Jackson
 
 
 
10 Dzeko
 
 
Game Statistics
16
Goal Attempts
23
8
On Target
17
3
Corners
5
10
Fouls
5
1
Yellow Cards
2
49
%
51
Comments...
Johnny On The Spot: The second coming of Manchester City is upon us. Seemingly out of nowhere, but following the carefully guarded re-integration of Carlos Tevez, The Blues are firing again and have racked up 10 league goals inside 3 days taking the club's league scoring tally up to 85 and a stunning 117 goals to date across all competitions in an extraordinary season. A season packed with sensational performances that merit a big reward...Stretford's win over Sir Baconface's best pal Alec McLeish may well be nailed on this weekend, but they'll step out at the swamp knowing that written off City are putting up one hell of a fight. The rags will open the papers tomorrow morning to see The Blues only 2 points behind them and 8 goals to the good...City's football was exceptional at Norwich who have shipped 11 goals off The Citizens this season. Mancio resisted the temptation to tinker and the continuity in his team selection for this game can only bode well for the final 4 games....12 more points are up for grabs and City head to Wolverhampton looking again like a side who can score at will. All of a sudden, the next game cannot come around quick enough.




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Writer: Johnny Baguette Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday April 14 2012

Time: 2:41PM

Your Comments

The Sickswan epidemic returns, what a performance! Why does Milner have a red card against his name above? :O
StuMCFC
er slight technical fault mate. Unlike Man City!
Johnny Baguette
Are you watching, Stretford? Unlucky it wasn't 10. Chris Foy did his best to hinder us by denying us 2 penalties (wish we could appeal Tevez's ridiculous yellow!), and we hit the woodwork 3 times. Good time to get back into form, just have to hope it isn't too late. Up the Villa!
fifthcolumnblue
Very impressive. Another 1-6 away victory... Allowing Tevez to come back proving a masterstroke.
rojo2010
Where are all our rag visitors again?
Johnny Baguette
 

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