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  • Stoke City 1-1 Manchester City: Whelan super strike

    Manchester City have to work hard 1-1 draw against Stoke City ten players. Gareth Barry scored at the end of the second half became a savior City from defeat.

    City only take one point in the fight to the Britannia Stadium , Tuesday (16/2/2010). Results were made Roberto Mancini's squad that went up to fourth position just one point ahead of Liverpool.

    At the beginning of the game is trying to suppress Stoke City defense with a two corner kicks. But it failed opportunities exploited well by the host.

    In minute 22, again owned by Stoke opportunities. Abdoulaye Faye header off loud welcome when the soccer corner but could be thwarted City defender Joleon Lescott.

    Six minutes later, City's turn to attack. Adam Johnson off the bait into the opponent's penalty box and was greeted Santa Cruz before forwarded to Gareth Barry, but his volley kick wide.

    Both teams just trying to suppress the same until halftime, but still no goal is created. Stoke in the second round still remaining consistent to the defense attack launched City.

    But stokes must play with ten players after Abdoulaye Faye was rewarded red card in the 53rd minute. Yet still holding despite Stoke play with ten players.

    In minute 72, Stoke eventually winning 1-0. Goal was printed by Glenn Whelan super strike through his right foot from outside the penalty box towards the middle of the goal driven City without being able to Shay Given.

    But in the 85th minute, Gareth Barry finally managed to equalize after the break Stoke goal with his left foot. The score remained 1-1 until the referee blew the long whistle.


    Stoke: Sorensen, Huth, Shawcross, Abdoulaye Faye, Higginbotham (Collins 45), Delap, Whitehead, Whelan, Lawrence (Diao 60), Sidibe, Fuller (Beattie 80)

    Man City: Given, Richards (Zabaleta 81), Toure, Lescott, Garrido (SWP 60), Adam Johnson (Petrov 86), Vieira, De Jong, Barry, Santa Cruz, Adebayor;


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