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West Ham United
0 - 0
Manchester City

FA Barclays Premier League

Upton Park

3/11/12

Attendance: 35,005

Referee: Howard Webb

West Ham UnitedManchester City
22 Jaaskelainen     01 Hart    
02 Reid     04 Kompany    
03 McCartney     22 Clichy    
17 O'Brien     28 K Toure    
19 Collins     84' 33 Nastasic    
04 Nolan     08 Nasri     90'
07 Jarvis     18 Barry    
15 Benayoun     42 Y Toure    
16 Noble     10 Dzeko    
21 Diame     71' 32 Tevez     84'
08 Carroll     77' 45 Balotelli     69'
Substitutes
30 Spiegel     30 Pantilimon    
27 Spence     84' 05 Zabaleta    
44 Chambers     13 Kolarov    
32 O'Neil     71' 11 Sinclair     90'
09 Cole     77' 14 Garcia     84'
11 Maiga     62 Razak    
46 Hall     16 Aguero     69'
Game Statistics
6
Goal Attempts
18
1
On Target
8
3
Corners
7
11
Fouls
12
3
Yellow Cards
0
39
%
61
Comments...
Johnny On The Spot: At the end of a tedious day, two points dropped and it's all our forwards fault. Or is it. Dare this correspondent say it, but The Blues are lacking the more direct approach which is serving the rags so well right now. The game, once set in it's way of almost total City domination cried out for the introduction of wingers by way of a Plan B, in this case Kolarov and Sinclair but Mancio didn't go for it, content to secure a point on the road which won't do the title defence any harm in truth but this really does feel like the one that got away. Ajax, you are next.

Writer:Johnny Baguette
Date:Monday November 5 2012
Time: 9:38PM

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