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  • Arsenal 4-2 Bolton Wanderers: Fantastic come-back

    Behind two goals is not a problem for Arsenal. They then successfully reverse the situation, and ultimately win memipin standings. Arsène Wenger described his squad game with one word: fantastic!

    Compete at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday(20/1/2010) , Arsenal should be left behind from Bolton Wanderers 1-2 in the first round. The visitors had earlier excel in the seventh minute through Gary Cahill, Matthew Taylor before double it by white dots in minute 28.

    Momentum for Arsenal came when Tomas Rosicky two minutes before the interval. Goal is to make Arsenal started the second half with a lighter load. In fact, they successfully equalized seven minutes after the break through Cesc Fabregas.

    Furthermore, the game was relatively easy for the Gunners. Thomas Vermaelen and Andrei Arshavin to complete their 4-2 victory. Three points gained pluson top standings.

    The victory with two goals difference this makes Arsenal winning goal for Chelsea's aggressiveness, which had stepped down to second position despite having the same points (48). Naturally, if Wenger praised his troops, especially not many who predicted his team would be on top at the start of the season.

    "I believe we have a lot of opportunities and a fantastic spirit. I also believe this team will never give up and they've showed it again tonight," said Wenger told Sky Sports.

    French coach was also mentioned that Rosicky goal, too, who made Bolton a wobbly. He is also grateful for the goal was to have returned the confidence of his men.

    "Goal is to create doubt in their minds and create confidence in our minds. So, really if it is the biggest change in this game."

    Team Line-up:

    Arsenal: Manuel Almunia, Thomas Vermaelen, William Gallas, Gael Clichy, Bacary Sagna, Denilson, Abou Diaby (Craig Eastmond 77), Cesc Fabregas, Eduardo da Silva (Theo Walcott 90), Andrei Arshavin, Tomas Rosicky (Carlos Vela 88).

    Bolton Wanderers: Jussi Jaaskelainen, Zat Knight, Gary Cahill, Paul Robinson (Samuel Ricketts 90), Gretar Rafn Steinsson, Fabrice Muamba, Mark Davies (Gavin McCann 57), Tamir Cohen, Matthew Taylor, Lee Chung-Yong (Ivan Klasnic 81), Kevin Davies.


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