Arsenal 0-1 Manchester City: Aguerro great-finsih
Striker Sergio Aguero scored a decisive victory over Manchester City 1-0 Arsenal, in the Carling Cup quarter-final match at the Emirates, Tuesday (11/29/2011).
Goals scored in the 83rd minute. In a counterattack, Adam Johnson pass the ball to Edin Dzeko then flick to Aguero. Aguero managed to control the ball and beat Lukasz Fabianski.
Playing as a guest, City took the initiative to attack, but after Emmanuel Frimpong won the ball from Edin Dzeko in the second minute, Arsenal launched an offensive that led to long-range shot in the sixth minute Ignazi Miguel, who tamed Costel Pantilimon.
After the execution of Adam Johnson in the tenth minute, Arsenal also react quickly to build a new attack which was completed with a shot by Park Chu Young in the 11th minute. Again Pantilimon managed to save his goal.
City then created two successive opportunities, through Pablo Zabaleta in the 15th minute and Dzeko and in the 20th minute. While efforts Zabaleta off, shot Dzeko could be anticipated Lukasz Fabianski.
Afterwards, there are two golden opportunities created, which all come from Arsenal camp. After the execution of Francis Coquelin in the 26th minute countered Pantilimon, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain also saw his business suffered a similar hasl in the 28th minute.
In the second half, Arsenal game is fairly balanced, with Arsenal is more consistently creating chances. However, their efforts failed to produce goals, due to Costel Pantilimon.
At minute 51 and 76th, for example, Alex Oxlade Chamberlain saw two accurate shots ran aground in the hands of Pantilimon. It is also common in the execution carried out Andrei Arshavin in injury time.
For the City, they are also fairly consistently create chances. However, besides Aguero execution that led to goals, there's nothing so dangerous to Arsenal.
During the match, Arsenal had the ball as much as 49 percent and created a golden opportunity seven out of ten businesses. The City fired two shots accurately from nine experiments.
Arsenal: Lukasz Fabianski; Sebastien Squillaci, Johan Djourou, Laurent Koscielny, Ignasi Miguel (Thomas Vermaelen 80); Yossi Benayoun, Emmanuel Frimpong, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (Andrei Arshavin 87); Park Chu-Young (Gervinho 68), Marouane Chamakh
Manchester City: Costel Pantilimon; Kolo Toure, Nedum Onuoha, Pablo Zabaleta, Aleksandar Kolarov (Sergio Aguero 32), Stefan Savic; Owen Hargreaves (Abdul Razak 79), Nigel De Jong, Samir Nasri, Adam Johnson; Edin Dzeko