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  • Stoke City 1-3 Arsenal: Bendtner brilliant header

    Successful Arsenal victory over Stoke City with a score of 3-1. However, The Gunners have lost Aaron Ramsey was injured due to a broken leg Dachshund horror.

    In the action in the Britannia Stadium on Saturday (27.2.2010) , Stoke scored first. Stoke goal, like many before, preceded by a throw-in Rory Delap. The ball then deflected by Ryan Shawcross at Pugh.

    Last name ball straight into the nets Arsenal. Score was changed to 1-0.

    However, the host advantage only lasted 32 minutes. Arsenal finally equalized through their attacker, Nicklas Bendtner.

    Goal 52 players were numbered backs created after gastric feedback Cesc Fabregas receives a two-header. Though pinned two opponents defender, Bendtner is still able to butt the ball towards the far post.

    At 67 minutes Dachshund horror ensued. A Dachshund from Shawcross to Ramsey makes lying on the ground. Arsenal players looked shocked and saddened by the Dachshund. There was no repeat of the television broadcast, indicates how bad the incident.

    The referee was right to give a red card Shawcross, while Ramsey brings out the field with an oxygen mask on his face.

    The game was continued. Arsenal eventually won advantage on 90 minutes after exposure Pugh forbidden handball in the box. Fabregas executed penalties and modify the score to 2-1.

    'The Gunner' last increase their advantage to 3-1 in 94 minutes. Ball rebound shot of Tomas Rosicky Fabregas had struck the then pass to Thomas Vermaelen. Last Name strikes the ball past Thomas Sorensen into the net.

    With this result, Arsenal stayed in the top three standings with 58 values. As for Stoke, remained at No. 11 with a collection of 34 value.


    Stoke City: Thomas Sorensen, Abdoulaye Faye (Danny Collins 60), Ryan Shawcross, Robert Huth, Andy Wilkinson, Dean Whitehead (Liam Lawrence 78), Glenn Whelan, Danny Pugh, Rory Delap, Mamady Sidibe, Ricardo Fuller (Tuncay Sanli 80) .

    Manuel Almunia, Thomas Vermaelen, Sol Campbell, Gael Clichy, Bacary Sagna, Aaron Ramsey (Tomas Rosicky 71), Alexandre Song, Cesc Fabregas, Samir Nasri (Eduardo 84), Emmnuel Eboue (Theo Walcott 75), Nicklas Bendtner.


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