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Arsenal
3 - 1
Man City

Emirates Stadium

17/04/2007 19:45

Attendance: 59913

Referee:

ArsenalMan City
Rosicky 12, Fabregas 73, Baptista 80Beasley 41
Lehmann     Isaksson    
Eboue     Onuoha    
Toure     Dunne    
Gallas     Distin     78
Clichy     Ball    
Hleb     Sun Jihai     78
Fabregas     85 Johnson    
Gilberto     Hamann    
Rosicky     90 Barton    
Diaby     30 Beasley    
Adebayor     Vassell     90
Substitutes
Almunia     Weaver    
Senderos     90 Trabelsi    
Djourou     Ireland     90
Baptista     30 Samaras     78
Denilson     85 Corradi     78
Game Statistics
9
Goal Attempts
8
6
On Target
4
8
Corners
3
1
Offside
4
7
Fouls
9
0
Yellow Cards
0
0
Red Cards
0
66
%
34

Writer:Andy Leggott
Date:Wednesday April 18 2007
Time: 4:31PM

Comments

0
You were played off the park, we ran you ragged at times. You only scored cause our silly goaly ****ed up. Respect to your away support.
gunnerb
22/04/2007 19:39:00
0
hmmm .... interesting analogy. Early doors you ran us ragged. Once back into the game it wasn't a worry. A wonder goal from Fabregas was needed for you to get back the lead and then you relied on the offside flag to hold that lead. Baptista's goal came as we were pressing.
31 years
24/04/2007 10:57:00
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