A Fresh Chapter In The Premier League

Sumner_05

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brilllent like always
cheers mate, tommorrows update is matchday 1 of europa league

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Aston Villa 3-1 AZ Alkmaar
Downing (4), Bent (35), Dunne (66) - Montero (57)



An efficient performance saw Aston Villa saw them get their Europa League campaign in style with a 3-1 win against Dutch side AZ Alkmaar at Villa Park. Winger Stewart Downing got Villa off to a flyer by scoring a good header just inside the 6-yard box on 4 minutes. Darren Bent doubled Villa’s advantage with a finish tucked away with consummate ease on 35 minutes, 2-0 at half-time.

Montero got Alkmaar right back into the game just before the hour mark with an accurate finish which went in off the post. Commanding centre-back Richard Dunne restored Villa’s 2 goal advantage beating Pontus Wernbloom to score a header from a Ashley Young corner.
FC Partizan 1-5 Liverpool
Babovic (16) - Torres (8,80), Elia (32,36,73)

 

A potentially serious injury suffered by Dirk Kuyt over showered events on what was a fine Autumn evening in Serbia. The highlight of the game undoubtedly a superb hat-trick from Liverpool winger Elijero Elia. Star striker Fernando Torres got off to a flyer by scoring a finish neatly tucked away with ease on 8 minutes. Stefan Babovic then equalised for Partizan in the 16th minute with a well executed finish. Then a quick fire double from Elia gave Liverpool in a rather commanding position which put Liverpool 3-1 up at half-time.


Partizan improved drastically in the second half but they still couldn’t stop Elia completing his hat-trick with a lovely curling shot from the edge of the area. Torres then completed the rout with his 2nd of the night a well placed shot finding the bottom corner.

PSV 1-2 Man City
Sekitoui (82) - Dzeko (32), Tevez (Pen 41)​


Manchester City taught Dutch giants PSV a lesson in their own back yard at the Phillips Stadion this evening. Man City striker Eden Dzeko gave his side the lead with an accurate placed finish on the half hour mark, it was a superb solo effort and the big striker looked delighted. Carlos Tevez had no trouble from the penalty spot just before half-time after Adam Johnson was brought down, 2-0 City at the break. City held on to their 2 goal lead right until the 82nd minute when experienced winger Sekitoui scored to give City a few nervy minutes but in the end Roberto Mancini’s side held on for the win.
 

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Coming along nicely. Loved the transfer deadline day! Man U on fire!

ps. just finished my 1st season playing as every club. Spurs won the league and newcastle,brum and blackpool went down. pool with a miserable 6 pts!
 
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Sumner_05

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Coming along nicely. Loved the transfer deadline day! Man U on fire!

ps. just finished my 1st season playing as every club. Spurs won the league and newcastle,brum and blackpool went down. pool with a miserable 6 pts!
cheers mate, i will be doing the deadline day for every transfer window !! yer 6-2 win, they arew 4th in the table

i wouldn't mind if spurs won the league or mine, haha hopefully mine will be a bit closer than the bottom side getting 6 points, pool have got 4 points on mine so far
 

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Matchday 5

Tottenham 0-2 Chelsea
Drogba (31), Alex (35)



Chelsea overcame a resilient Tottenham Hotspur side in this Premier League game at White Hart Lane this afternoon. Ivory Coast captain Didier Drogba gave Chelsea the lead with a powerful effort on the half hour mark after beating the offside trap. Centre-back Alex rounded off the victory just 4 minutes after Drogba’s opener with a bullet header from point-blank range. With this win Chelsea have climbed up to 4th in the table.

Blackburn 3-2 Newcastle
Rodallega (51,87), Campbell (O.G. 90+5) - Carroll (3,81)​


Blackburn Rovers battled to a deserved 3-2 victory over newly-promoted Newcastle Utd on a hard and bouncy surface at Ewood Park. Powerful striker Andy Carroll got Newcastle off to a flyer by scoring a powerful shot after 3 minutes. Striker Hugo Rodallega then equalised for Blackburn in the 51st minute with a typical poacher’s effort. Full-back Glen Johnson’s red card for a vicious foul just after the hour mark put Blackburn’s position under question. Young striker Andy Carroll then got his second of the game with an incisive finish on 81 minutes in which he thought must have been the winner. But up stepped Rodallega to also get his 2nd of the game with a powerful effort. The last goal of the game came from commanding centre-back whose 95th minute own goal will undoubtedly cause him some embarrassment. Blackburn have climbed above sides such as Sunderland, West Ham and Aston Villa to 10th in the table.

Everton 2-0 Wigan
Coleman (22), Pratley (O.G. 82)​

Everton enjoyed near domination over a distinctly average Wigan side at Goodison Park this afternoon. Playing as a right winger Seamus Coleman gave Everton the lead with a finish executed with aplomb in the 22nd minute. The last goal of the game came from Wigan captain Darren Pratley whose 82nd minute own-goal secured the win for the Toffees. Everton now lay 8th in the table after this comfortable win.
Fulham 1-1 Bolton
Hughes (75) - Davies (78)​


Fulham and Bolton fans will have been frustrated by their side’s 1-1 draw with Bolton at Craven Cottage. In what was a cagey game, the deadlock was not broken until 15 minutes from time when Northern Ireland captain Aaron Hughes scored a close range effort which was deflected in it’s way in. Bolton then equalised almost instantly just 3 minutes later as Bolton captain Kevin Davies scored his 1st goal of the season with a rather tame effort close to goal.

Sunderland 1-1 Birmingham
Gyan (46) - Beausejour (86)​


Jean Beausejour played the part of super-sub for Birmingham as the Blues came from behind to ****** a draw at the Stadium of Light. The match began in controversial circumstances as Birmingham were denied claims for a penalty by Ricardo Fuller. Sunderland winger Maarten Martens had a chance to score from the spot for The Black Cats on the 28 minute mark after he fired wide. Sunderland finally took the lead just after half-time when star striker Asamoah Gyan scored a fierce shot. Birmingham’s super-sub Jean Beausejour equalised for the away side 4 minutes from time. There was still more controversy to come as Birmingham then had a goal disallowed after James McFadden “controlled the ball with his hand” before slotting the ball past Simon Mignolet but referee Anthony Taylor consulted with his assistant and they decided against the goal so 1-1 it finished.

Wolves 3-0 West Brom
Hammill (17), Milijas (34), Ebanks-Blake (89)​


West Bromwich Albion succumbed to a 3-0 loss in this afternoon’s Premier League clash at Molineux. Winger Adam Hammill opened the scoring by netting his 2nd league goal of the season with a good header from just inside the 6-yard-box in the 17th minute. Nemand Milijas then doubled the hosts lead with a real poacher’s effort on 35 minutes. Striker Sylvan Ebanks-Blake completed the rout with a tidy finish 1 minute from time.


Blackpool 0-3 Man Utd
Nani (15), Rooney (52,71)​


Blackpool’s match against Man Utd will have been a moment Blackpool’s Craig Cathcart will want to forget as he suffered a defeat at the hands of his former club. A double from Wayne Rooney inspired a Utd win. Portuguese winger Nani broke the deadlock with a long range shot that curled past goalkeeper in the 15th minute. An error from Blackpool centre-half Ian Evatt allowed Wayne Rooney to score a deflected effort 7 minutes after the re-start. Then 20 minutes from time that man Rooney stepped up again with a well executed finish to complete the rout.


West Ham 1-2 Liverpool
Cole (39) - Torres (35), Jarvis (87)​


A potentially serious injury suffered by West Ham’s Wayne Bridge overshadowed events here at Upton Park. Liverpool’s star striker Fernando Torres gave his side the lead with a close range finish that was timed impeccably just after the half hour mark. Carlton Cole then equalised for the Hammers just 4 minutes later with a well timed finish. The hosts were nearly gifted a goal on 51 minutes through Ryan Shawcross’ lapse in concentration but they failed to capitalise on the opportunity that was presented to them. Then just 3 minutes from time Liverpool’s new signing Matt Jarvis scored his 1st goal for the club as he tapped the ball home from a mere 4 yards, Liverpool continued their 100% record and are currently 1st having played a game more than Arsenal, Arsenal can go back to the top of the table if they continue their 100% start as well with the Gunners facing their 1st real test this season an away game at Man City.
Aston Villa 2-1 Stoke
Albrighton (39), Bent (85) - Heskey (31)​


A potentially serious injury suffered by Curtis Davies overshadowed events on what was a fine summer’s afternoon. Former Villa striker Emile Heskey opened the scoring with a deftly executed finish on the half hour mark. Young English winger Marc Albrighton equalised for the hosts in the 39th minute with a real poachers effort. Richard Dunne was sent off for a professional foul 15 minutes from time. Despite being down to 10 men, Aston Villa continued to push forward and record signing Darren Bent got what turned out to be the winner on 85 minutes as he coolly side-footed the ball past Thomas Sorensen in the Stoke goal.


Man City 2-1 Arsenal
Dzeko (7), Hulk (45), - Vermaelen (56)​


Man City won a hard fought battle against Arsenal on this fine summer’s afternoon at Eastlands in which is a dress rehearsal for Wednesday’s Carling Cup clash between the 2 sides which is also at Eastlands. Striker Edin Dzeko got City off to a flyer by scoring a tap-in on 7 minutes. Midfielder Hulk then continued his fine start to the season by doubling City’s lead right on the stroke of half-time with a fierce shot that Rene Adler was no way near it and it hit the inside of the post and went in, 2-0 City at the break. An error from Gareth Barry allowed Belgium captain Thomas Vermaelen to score a good header from just inside the 6-yard box. As much as the Gunners pushed for that 2nd goal they just couldn’t find it, City have ended Arsenal’s 100% record and have notched up 3 straight league wins leap forging Arsenal into 2nd place.
 

Sumner_05

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fantastic stuff mate :)
cheers mate, next update will probably b tommorrow or sunday

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Carling Cup, 3rd Round results part 1


Man Utd 2-0 Birmingham
Chicharito (5,66)


 

Carling Cup holders Manchester United enjoyed near total domination over a distinctly average Birmingham City side at Old Trafford this evening. New Mexican signing Chicharito got Man Utd off to a flyer by scoring a typical poacher’s effort on 5 minutes. Chicharito then got his 2nd of the game by completing the scoring with a deftly executed finish on 66 minutes. Sir Alex Ferguson gave Michael Owen his 1st start to the season who linked up with Chicharito well, the Scotsman also handed Chris Smalling his debut starting alongside John O’Shea in the heart of the defence.

Peterborough 0-3 West Ham
Ben Haim (7), Sears (36), Piquionne (71)




An efficient performance by West Ham players saw them confidently overcome a lacklustre Peterborough Utd side 3-0 at London Road. On-loan centre-back Tal Ben-Haim got West Ham off to a flyer by scoring a deftly executed finish on 7 minutes, a get finish for a defender. Then followed controversy as West Ham were denied claims by striker Freddie Sears for a penalty. But Sears did get his revenge by doubling the lead for the Hammers with a well-timed close range finish on 36 minutes. Then after half-time with the game into it’s last 20 minutes an error from young Peterborough keeper Joe Lewis allowed nomadic striker Frederic Piquionne to score a close range header.

Reading 0-3 Bolton
O’Brien (27), Muamba (61), Chung-Yong (72)




Bolton had their midfield to thank on a fine summer’s evening at The Madjeski Stadium as they showed their strikers how to finish. Unhappy midfielder Joey O’Brien gave Bolton the lead with a well struck shot from inside the box just before the half hour mark. Tireless defensive midfielder Fabrice Muamba with a powerful close range header on 61 minutes. Winger Lee Chung-Young completed the rout with a placed shot 18 minutes from time.

Sheff. Utd 4-1 West Brom
Reid (27), Evans (40,75), Bogdanovic (59)


 

In a shock result at Bramall Lane,
West Bromwich Albion were comprehensively outplayed and were sent crashing to a 4-1 defeat in their Carling Cup 3rd round match against Sheffield Utd. Striker Peter Odemwingie gave West Brom the lead with a placed shot from the edge of the area a quarter into the game. West Brom then saw their 24th minute strike questionably chalked off. Midfielder Andy Reid then equalised for the Championship side just before the half hour mark after a well executed finish. Welsh striker Ched Evans put the home side in front on the 40th minute mark with a finish tucked away with consummate ease. Bogdanovic scored with an accurate finish right on the stroke of the hour mark to extend the lead further. There were no prizes for guessing who completed the rout 15 minutes from time as that man Evans popped up again with a good diving header from close range. When the final whistle blew the boos from the West Brom fans were so loud that I couldn’t even hear myself think.

Stoke 3-0 Doncaster
Whelan (49), Heskey (69,82)




Stoke City enjoyed a very comfortable and dominate win over a poor Doncaster Rovers side at the Britannia stadium this evening. The first incident worthy of a mention was on 36 minutes as Doncaster were denied claims by Dean Shiels for a penalty. Stoke did manage to break the deadlock 4 minutes after the re-start after Gary O’Neil was brought down, Glen Whelan was able to keep his composure. Experienced striker Emile Heskey kept up his fine goal scoring start to the season when he doubled the Premier League sides lead after he managed to somehow bundle the ball home on 69 minutes. Heskey then popped up again 8 minutes from time after his shot hit the inside of the post and went in.

Wigan 0-1 Hull
Bullard (56)




Hull City upset the odds with a surprise victory over Wigan, just making this season worse and worse for the Latics. The first major incident of the match was seeing Wigan having a goal disallowed just 10 minutes into the match. Hull took the lead thanks to ex-Wigan midfielder Jimmy Bullard scored a free-kick from the outside of the area on 56 minutes, Bullard spent 4 years at Wigan and choose not to celebrate. Both teams had a number of attempts on goal, which promised much, but the quality of finishing was poor throughout.

Wycombe 1-2 Wolves
Beavon (17) - Sisi (37), Craddock (90+6)




A potentially serious injury suffered by Wycombe’s Danny Foster overshadowed events here on what was a fine summer’s evening at Adams Park. Striker Stuart Beavon gave the League 2 side the lead with a tidy finish on 17 minutes. Wycombe also then saw their 21st minute strike chalked off. Winger Sisi who was making his debut for Wolves then equalised for his side with a placed shot into the corner of the net. Then Jody Craddock became a hero as from a corner he threw his head at the ball and in the 6th minute of injury time his diving header just inside the 6-yard-box, his team-mates bundled on top of him and Mick McCarthy ran onto the pitch and Adams park erupted with noise by the travelling Wolves fans.

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next update: tommorow or monday: carling cup 3rd round part 2

 
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great effort mate. keep up the good work
cheers mate

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Carling Cup, 3rd Round results part 2


Blackburn 3-2 Aston Villa (AET)
Olsson (45), Biram Diouf (64,120+2) - A. Young (24), Agbonlahor (59)



 

Blackburn Rovers battled to a deserved 3-2 after extra-time victory over last years Carling Cup runners-up Aston Villa on a fine summer’s evening at Ewood Park. Villa winger Ashley Young gave his side the lead with a powerful long range free-kick in the 24th minute. Martin Olsson then equalised for Blackburn right on the stroke of half-time with a finish tucked away with consummate ease. Pacey explosive striker Gabby Agbonlahor then restored Villa’s lead on the hour mark with an accurate finish. Man Utd’s on-loan striker Biram Diouf levelled it once again on 64 minutes with a deftly executed finish, both sides continued to bomb forward but neither side could find a winner and the match went to extra-time. During that extra half an hour fatigue started to show but 2 minutes into injury time Marim Biram Diouf clinched the winner with an incisive finish. Diouf’s impact delighted the fans with his late goal.


Everton 1-3 Liverpool
Arteta (30) - Elia (11), Torres (39), Carragher (57)



Everton lost to Merseyside rivals Liverpool for the 2nd time in the space of 11 days as Liverpool triumphed over them 3-1 at Goodison Park. Winger Elijero Elia carried on his fine goal scoring form by breaking the deadlock on 11 minutes with a powerful effort. Flamboyant midfielder Mikel Arteta then equalised for the Toffees on the half hour mark. Star striker Fernando Torres then put the away side in-front on 39 minutes with a well timed close range. Commanding centre-back Jamie Carragher completed the scoring with a good header from just inside the 6-yard-box on 57 minutes.

Fulham 0-2 Chelsea
Lampard (43), Pastore (60)



Fulham’s match against Chelsea will have been a moment Steve Sidwell will want to forget as he suffered defeat at the hands of his former club. The match started tentatively for Fulham with Alex nearly handing the opposition the lead after 10 minutes. Chelsea finally took the lead ju7st 2 minutes before the interval when cultured midfielder Frank Lampard scored an effort from the edge of the area which curled past Mark Schwarzer in the Fulham goal. Chelsea playmaker Javier Pastore rounded off the victory for the league champions on the hour mark with a fierce shot flying past Schwarzer.


Man City 2-0 Arsenal
Milner (31), Rossi (54)



Arsenal succumbed to a 2nd loss to Man City in a space of a week with the Gunners losing 2-0 on this occasion in the Carling Cup 3rd round at Eastlands. Industrious midfielder James Milner gave Man City the lead with a deftly executed finish in the 31st minute. Flamboyant striker and ex-Man Utd striker Giuseppe Rossi secured the victory for his side with a well timed close range finish 10 minutes after the re-start.


Newcastle 2-1 Dag & Red
Legear (15), Ranger (47) - Arber (38)



Newcastle Utd could only manage a 2-1 victory over League 2 outfit Dagenham and Redbridge in the Carling Cup 3rd round at St. James Park this evening. Explosive winger Jonathan Legear gave the Premier League side the opener with a real poacher’s effort in the 15th minute. Dag & Red’s captain Mark Arber equalised for the League 2 side in the 38th minute with a fine header from point-blank range. Newcastle’s winner came through Nile Ranger as he seized on a Mark Arber error to score a tame effort close to goal.


Tottenham 4-0 Cardiff
Huddlestone (9,27), Van Der Vaart (70), Krancjar (77)



A serious injury to Cardiff’s Craig Bellamy overshadowed events on what was a fine summer’s evening at White Hart Lane. Defensive midfielder Tom Huddlestone got Tottenham off to a flyer by scoring a fine header from point-blank range on 9 minutes. Cardiff’s Gabor Gyepes received a red card for a professional foul on Gareth Bale in the 13th minute. Huddlestone added his 2nd of the game with another header just before the half hour mark. Rafael Van Der Vaart scored with a fierce effort from 18 yards out in the 70th minute to extend the lead even further. Niko Krancjar completed the rout by scoring a powerful close range effort.

 

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Carling Cup 4th Round Draw


Carling Cup 4th Round Draw


This is the draw for the 4th round of the Carling Cup, only 5 teams left from outside the Premier League and they are Burnley, Hull, Bristol City, Huddersfield and Sheff. Utd. Just like the last round there are some absolute cracking ties, Man City’s reward for beating Arsenal is to face arch rivals Man Utd in the Manchester derby at Eastlands.




Draw in full:*

Tottenham V Newcastle
Man City V Man Utd
Burnley V Liverpool
Blackburn V West Ham
Chelsea V Hull
Bristol City V Huddersfield
Stoke V Wolves
Bolton V Sheff. Utd

*Premier League clubs in bold
 

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