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  • Tottenham 2-1 Arsenal: Van der Vaart, Ramsey, Walker superb-strike

    Arsenal surrendered 1-2 to Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League action, in the Premier League at White Hart Lane on Sunday (02/10/2011).

    While the hosts goal was created by Rafael van der Vaart and Kyle Walker, scored Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey was created.

    The Game

    Not long after the whistle sounded the start of the game, Tottenham launched an attack which, although not fluently, Scott Parker tipped a shot from close range. Parker accurate shots, but could be blocked by Wojciech Szczesny.

    Arsenal then improve the coordination game that led to a number of opportunities. However, because the number of false feedback Arsenal, Tottenham had a chance to retaliate.

    After the shot Theo Walcott and Bacary Sagna on the 16th minute, for example, failed to produce goals, Tottenham reply via Rafael van der Vaart in the 19th minute.

    The visitors re-create the threat through Theo Walcott shot a well anticipated by Brad Friedel in the 24th minute. This effort was rewarded accurate shot Van der Vaart in the 28th minute, which can be tamed Szczesny.

    Action continues assault each other, but the deadlock unresolved. Until the 40th minute, Van der Vaart managed welcomes feedback Emmanuel Adebayor in the middle of the penalty box and Per Mertesacker in the convoy fired a shot that makes the ball flew into the bottom left corner to Arsenal.

    Assault each other action continues to occur thereafter, but the scoreboard still shows the numbers 1-0 at the halftime whistle sounded.

    In the second half, Arsenal had taken the initiative to attack and suppressed the host. The result, in the 50th minute, Arsenal equalized by Aaron Ramsey. Goals stems from the movement of Alex Song on the right side of the host defense that led the bait to the front of goal, which deflected into the goal Friedel Ramsey.

    Tottenham tried to retake their lead. Having broken a number of businesses in the middle of the road, Tottenham managed to create the second goal by Kyle Walker in the 74th minute.

    Goals stems from Luka Modric shot is blocked by Song. Walker then controlled the ball outside the penalty box and fired into the bottom right corner of the goal Szczesny.

    Two minutes later, turn Gareth Bale had a chance to increase the advantage. However, the shot is released from the front of goal for the visitors, who darted to the left side of goal.

    Arsenal have not created a malicious attack, while Jermain Defoe Bale managed to master bait and fired accurately at minute 83. Fortunately for Arsenal, Szczesny successfully dismissed.

    Arsenal tried to utilize the remaining time to catch up. However, their efforts hampered by a coordination game and bait are less accurate. Apart from the difficulty creating chances, they almost conceded a couple of times.

    In the 87th minute, for example, Defoe fired a shot into the top right corner of the Arsenal goalkeeper, who was wide.

    Arsenal's third goal eventually escaped from the host. However, on the other hand, they failed to catch up to the long whistle sounded.

    Team Lineup:

    Tottenham Hotspur:
    Brad Friedel; Ledley King, Younes Kaboul, Benoit Assou-Ekotto, Kyle Walker; Luka Modric, Scott Parker, Gareth Bale, Rafael van der Vaart (Sandro 64); Emmanuel Adebayor (Jake Livermore 85), Jermaine Defoe

    Arsenal: Wojciech Szczesny; Alex Song, Per Mertesacker, Kieran Gibbs, Bacary Sagna (Carl Jenkinson 68); Mikel Arteta, Francis Coquelin, Gervinho (Andrei Arshavin 77), Theo Walcott (Yossi Benayoun 72); Robin van Persie, Aaron Ramsey

    Referee: Mike Dean


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