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  • Sunderland 1-2 Chelsea: Terry, Sturridge, Ji Dong Won great-finish

    Midfielder Raul Meireles made his debut with his new club is perfect, Chelsea. Meireles playing nicely and contributed an assist that will determine the victory of "the Blues' 2-1 victory over the host Sunderland in the Premier League match at the Stadium of Light on Saturday (09/10/2011)

    Meireles provide killer assist in the 50th minute. From the Chelsea defense, he sent a direct feed side chased the attacker Daniel Sturridge. Capitalized speed, direct Sturridge break Sunderland offiside trap and struck the ball into the goal.

    Previously created the first goal Chelsea captain John Terry in the 18th minute. From a narrow angle on the left side of the penalty box, Terry managed to remove accurate shot that goalkeeper Simon Mignolet.

    Sunderland actually had time to give a fierce resistance. In minute 12, "The Black Cats" almost took the lead. Sebastian Larsson free-kick striker Nicklas Bendtner could headlong who freely in the penalty box. But, alas, the ball wide of the goal "The Blues".

    Midfielder Craig Gardner could also threaten the Chelsea goal in the 47th minute. Unfortunately for Gardner, his header capable countered Cech. After winning 2-0, Chelsea did not play "stubborn" again and host a successful exploit of this state with a goal from substitute Dong-Won Ji, in the 90th minute.

    Goal is to make Sunderland excited again. However, until the game ends they failed to equalize.

    With this victory, Chelsea's rise to second the standings with ten points, two points behind Manchester City in the top of the standings.

    Team Line-up:
    Sunderland: Simon Mignolet, Wes Brown, Titus Bramble, Kieran Richardson, Phillip Bardsley (Ahmed Elmohamady 63), Lee Cattermole (Connor Wickham 66), Craig Gardner, Jack Colback, Sebastian Larsson; Nicklas Bendtner, Stephane Sessegnon (Dong-Won ji 82)

    Chelsea: Petr Cech; John Terry, Branislav Ivanovic, Ashley Cole, José Bosingwa; Raul Meireles, Frank Lampard, Ramires; Juan Mata (Fernando Torres 74), Nicolas Anelka (Oriol Romeu 79), Daniel Sturridge (Florent Malouda 62)


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