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  • Manchester City 2-0 Bolton: Adebayor tremendous strike

    Manchester City rose from the defeat of Hull City stifling this weekend. Entertain Bolton Wanderers, The Citizens managed to pack two-goal victory without a shot back.

    Playing in the City of Manchester Stadium, Tuesday (9/2/2010) , City triumphed thanks to two goals scored respectively by Carlos Tevez from the spot and Emmanuel Adebayor tremendous strike.

    These results make City crept up to number five English League standings with a value of 44. Roberto Mancini's squad's farm displaces Tottenham Hotspur (43 value) and matched Liverpool grades who sat on the steps of the fourth.

    The game
    City lose their newer recruits, Adam Johnson. The striker who digaet from Middlesbrough was placed as a right-assisted attacker Tevez and Adebayor.

    In minute 30, Johnson became the actor behind the host's first goal when he dropped Paul Robinson in the penalty box. Prizes awarded a penalty the referee and converts it so Tevez had scored.

    Four minutes later, Bolton's turn to claim the right to get a penalty when Kolo Toure dropped Johan Elmander in the forbidden box, but the referee ignored the claims.

    Bolton again threaten the City goal in minute 38. Fabrice Muamba fired shots at the turn of hard because the body hit Vincent Kompany, but could denied by City goalkeeper, Shay Given.

    In the second half, City took control of the game. In minute 53, a Tevez free-kick had goalkeeper Jussi Jaaskelainen swindle, but tore the goal nets prevented Bolton.

    City then doubled its superiority in 73 minutes. Patrick Vieira lobbed the bait to Adebayor and calmly beat Jaaskelainen. Score was 2-0 for the City to survive until the end of the game.

    City: Given; Zabaleta, Kompany, Toure (Lescott 55), Bridge (Wright-Phillips 68), De Jong, Vieira, Barry; Tevez, Adebayor, Johnson (Sylvinho 85)

    Bolton: Jaaskelainen; Steinsson, Ricketts, Knight, Robinson; Chung-yong, Muamba, Wilshere (Taylor 78), Cohen (M. Davies 74); Elmander, K. Davies


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