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  • Manchester City 1-1 Stoke City: Phillips,Fuller score

    Manchester City have take action replay to get to the FA Cup quarterfinals. This situation occurred after the Citizens offset Stoke City 1-1 in the fifth round fight.

    In a match that was held at the City of Manchester Stadium Saturday (13/2/2010) , the City played with almost all my best players. Emmanuel Adebayor played as a single striker supported by Martin Petrov and Shaun Wright-Phillips on the wing sector.

    City winning first through Writht Shaun Phillips. Stoke then returned through Ricardo Fuller in the second half.

    The game

    The game was only 11 minutes, City had managed to excel. Wright Phillips managed to rip the nets of Thomas Sorensen's goal through the action of the feedback lever Stephen Ireland.

    Stoke get a chance cooked in 30 minutes, Tuncay Sanli who ran free on the right side release bait into the middle and was met by Liam Lawrence, but still be blocked by Wayne Bridge.

    Likewise with the shot distance defender Danny Higginbotham in a beautiful ball that led to the City goal but eventually strayed thin. The first half ended with the score 1-0 to City.

    Slow tempo game early in the second half. City is already looking ahead to play is not so convincing in the middle sector.

    Stoke managed equalizer position in 57 minutes. Rory Delap public attention with the City of Manchester his throw that led to rapid City penalty box. Ricardo Fuller managed to butt the ball of Delap's goal is to tear Shay Given.

    Stoke got a real chance in the 74th minute. Tucay give feedback to the Whelan continued with direct kick but could be defeated Given.

    Sorensen saving brilliantly made. Gareth Barry receives free-standing cross, rushing off in the mouth goal, but can be deneied by Sorensen.


    Man City: Given, Zabaleta, Toure, Lescott, Bridge, Wright-Phillips, Barry, De Jong, Petrov (Santa Cruz '62), Ireland (Vieira '72), Adebayor

    Stoke: Sorensen, Wilkinson (Colins '55), Huth, Shawcross, Higginbotham, Etherington (Lawrence '14) (Delap '45), Diao, Whelan, Sanli, Sidibe, Fuller.


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