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8 - 2
Arsenal

Premier League

Old Trafford

28/08/11 16:00

Attendance: 75,488

Referee: H.Webb

UnitedArsenal
Welbeck (22), Young (28+91)m Rooney (41+64+82), Nani (67), Park (70)Walcott (45+3), Van Persie (74)
De Gea     Szczesny    
Smalling     Jenkinson    
Jones     Djourou    
Evans     Koscielny    
Evra     Traore    
Nani     67 Ramsey    
Anderson     67 Coquelin     62
Cleverley     Rosicky    
Young     Walcott     84
Rooney     van Persie     84
Welbeck     35 Arshavin    
Substitutes
Lindegaard     Fabianski    
Ferdinand     Oxlade-Chamberlain     62
Berbatov     Chamakh     84
Giggs     67 Lansbury     84
Park     67 Miquel    
Hernandez     35 Sunu    
Fabio     Ozyakup    
Game Statistics
25
Goal Attempts
19
15
On Target
13
3
Corners
5
9
Fouls
7
2
Yellow Cards
4
0
Red Cards
1
59
%
41

Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday August 28 2011
Time: 7:18PM

Comments

0
De Gea was terrific in goal though a little unforunate with Walcotts goal, you can see he tried kicking it out but got his legs in a twist. RVP's goal was more than understandable. On both goals Evra went defensively AWOL and it was exposed, I firmly believe that Fabio should be given a go in his place. I love how every team is just trying to blast it from outside the box expecting to score and giving back possession to us.
TheFamousNo7
29/08/2011 12:03:00
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De Gea was terrific in goal though a little unforunate with Walcotts goal, you can see he tried kicking it out but got his legs in a twist. RVP's goal was more than understandable. On both goals Evra went defensively AWOL and it was exposed, I firmly believe that Fabio should be given a go in his place. I love how every team is just trying to blast it from outside the box expecting to score and giving back possession to us.
TheFamousNo7
29/08/2011 12:03:00
0
Incredible stats for such a one sided game. TF7, I have to disagree about De Gea, he did make some decent stops ( which to be fair would be expected of most keepers in this league ) but he was woeful on that goal. He shouldn't have tried kicking it, he should be getting his body behind it.
Bluedub
29/08/2011 13:29:00
0
Incredible stats for such a one sided game. TF7, I have to disagree about De Gea, he did make some decent stops ( which to be fair would be expected of most keepers in this league ) but he was woeful on that goal. He shouldn't have tried kicking it, he should be getting his body behind it.
Bluedub
29/08/2011 13:29:00
0
Evra went defensive AWOL on quite a few occasions last season....
niteworlok
02/09/2011 14:57:00
0
Evra went defensive AWOL on quite a few occasions last season....
niteworlok
02/09/2011 14:57:00
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