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Newcastle United 1 - Manchester City 3

FA Barclays Premier League

St James Park

15/12/12

Attendance: 49, 579

Referee: Andre Marriner

Newcastle United
1 - 3
Manchester City
Ba 51
 
Aguero 10 Garcia 39 Y Toure 78′
 
Venue: St James Park
 
Attendance: 49, 579
The Teams
01 Krul
 
 
 
01 Hart
 
 
02 Coloccini
 
 
 
05 Zabaleta
 
 
03 Santon
 
 
 
22 Clichy
 
 
05 Simpson
 
 
82'
 
28 K Toure
 
 
06 Williamson
 
 
 
33 Nastasic
 
 
14 Perch
 
 
 
08 Nasri
 
 
37'
08 Anita
 
 
 
14 Garcia
 
 
18 Gutierrez
 
 
 
21 Silva
 
 
24 Tiote
 
 
74'
 
42 Y Toure
 
 
09 Cisse
 
 
79'
 
16 Aguero
 
 
19 Ba
 
 
 
32 Tevez
 
 
79'
Substitutes
21 Elliot
 
 
 
30 Pantilimon
 
 
31 Ferguson
 
 
82'
 
06 Lescott
 
 
79'
34 Tavernier
 
 
 
13 Kolarov
 
 
37'
20 Bigirimana
 
 
 
44 Rekik
 
 
22 Marveaux
 
 
74'
 
11 Sinclair
 
 
23 Sh Ameobi
 
 
79'
 
62 Razak
 
 
28 Sa Ameobi
 
 
 
10 Dzeko
 
 
72'
Game Statistics
14
Goal Attempts
16
5
On Target
10
12
Corners
6
0
Offside
5
9
Fouls
17
3
Yellow Cards
2
53.7
%
46.3
Comments...
Johnny On The Spot: Roberto Mancini celebrates three years at the Manchester City controls this week and he can look back with great satisfaction at the team he has fused, but one senses most notably at the resilience he has instilled into his men...This was a time for champions following that last seconds derby defeat and The Blues, having weathered the ever expected early Newcastle charge didn't let their dapper City gaffer down. You won't find many Martin Tyler or Mark Lawrenson style anti-City brigaders pointing it out, but you could see just how much this hard fought win meant to Mancio in the way that he thanked each of his players as they left the pitch and joined them in thanking City's tremendous away following...This was as textbook an away win as you can get at this level. Absorbing pressure, attributing your own and playing with flare when required. In truth, but for continued profligacy City could have run up a big score on Tyneside. Newcastle were game but any forward thrusts belied what looks to be an almost total lack of confidence...City's clear and present injury crisis has had to be carefully managed through the season to date and the European exit could yet prove beneficial come the winter's tougher months. There were some outstanding performances today, but the pick of the crop have to be Joe Hart, David Silva, Pablo Zabaleta and Captain Yaya Touré who had his best City game in months with his confidence brushing off on Javi Garcia...All in all, an immensely pleasing day at the office with City threatening a ruthlessness that should have Reading quaking in their boots next week. We're not done yet, Taggart. Stats courtesy Sky Sports/ Sporting Life




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Date:Saturday December 15 2012

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