Saturday, September 10, 2011

English Premier League, September 10, 2011, Match Reviews

English Premier League has completed seven of its game in matchday #3. Manchester duo, City and United win in a big margin, Chelsea experiencing difficulties when they are away to Sunderland, while Liverpool unexpectedly defeated by Stoke City.

In Etihad stadium, Manchester City continuing their perfect in his first four matches in the English Premier League this season. Although his goal was relatively high in productivity, but their ability is still considered to be increasing. In this match Mancini for the first time to play Carlos Tevez as a starter, replacingtop scorer Edin Dzeko, to duet with Aguero. In this game, Aguero score hattrick and chosen as a man of the match, while Tevez’s penalty is dismissed by Ali Al Habsi, Wigan’s goal keeper. David Silva, Yaya Toure, and Samir Nasri playing a great game, but Dzeko, Barry, Kolo Toure, who had just finished his suspension from English Premier League authority after fail in dopping test, are staying in the bench.

City rival, Manchester United, pick a major victory in the English Premier League match against Bolton Wanderers.With Wayne Rooney scored hattrick, the Red Devils hit the hosts with a score of 5-0. Score 5-0 was also continued an impressive start after the match Manchester United beat Arsenal 8-2 earlier. For the record Rooney was also very productive with his three goals. At the Reebok Stadium, Rooney scored three goals each in minute 20, 25 and 67.While the other two goals made Javier Hernandez at minute four and 59. Despite the result, Manchester United perhaps would worry about condition some of their player like Cleverley, who is replaced at eight minutes after hard tackle by Kevin Davies, and Nani who seems to have his head wounded after collided with Carrick, his teammate.
Arsenal finally won his first victory in the English Premier League season 2011/12.Entertain Swansea City in the fourth week, the Gunners winning 1-0 goal by Andrei Arshavin. Surprise happen at Britannia Stadium, Appeared dominant throughout the match, Liverpool just could not escape from defeat. The Reds 0-1 defeat of Stoke City on penalties.

Bolton vs Man Utd 0 - 5 (Rooney ’20, ’25, ’67, Chicharito ‘4, ’59)
Everton vs Aston Villa 2 - 2 (S. Petrov ’63, Agbonlahor ’83; Osman ’19, Baines ’69)
Arsenal vs Swansea 1 - 0 (Arshavin ’39)
Stoke City vs Liverpool 1 - 0 (Walters (pen) ’21)
Wolves vs Tottenham 0 - 2 (Adebayor ’66, Defoe ’88)
Man City vs Wigan 3 - 0 (Aguero ’13, ’63, ’68)
Sunderland vs Chelsea 1 - 2 (Ji Dong-Won ‘90+1; John Terry ’17, Sturridge ’49)

No Team                    Pld W  Dr  L GA   Pts
1    Manchester United 4    4   0    0 18-3 12
2    Manchester City     4    4   0    0 15-3 12
3    Chelsea                  4    3   1    0 7-3   10
4    Stoke                     4    2   2    0 3-1    8
5    Liverpool                4    2   1    1 6-3    7