Monday, December 19, 2011

England: Premier League Weekend Review, Reports, Analyses & Teams of the Week

Dempsey bagged another as Fulham cruised at The Cottage
Sunday saw Manchester's big guns fire again while Tottenham kept their title hopes alive. Arsene Wenger has, however, conceded that Arsenal are now out of the running following their defeat by Manchester City, while Chelsea suffered an untimely hiccup on the road at Wigan. Manchester United briefly went top of the table following their victory over Queens Park Rangers, while Spurs edged out Sunderland to move back into third. Craig Bellamy put in an inspirational performance for Liverpool as they overcame Aston Villa, while Stoke saw off Wolves at Molineux. Bolton and Blackburn remain in trouble after coming unstuck against Fulham and West Brom respectively, with pressure mounting on the shoulders of Owen Coyle and Steve Kean. Everton left it late to snatch a point off Norwich, while the spoils were also shared on Tyneside as Newcastle and Swansea failed to trouble the scorers.


Manchester City 1 - 0 Arsenal
Richard Williams at the Etihad Stadium
Henry Winter at the Etihad Stadium
Kevin McCarra at the Etihad Stadium
Richard Jolly at the Etihad Stadium
Paul Hayward: Arsenal grit proves they still have soul
Five Things We Learned

Joy for Silva and City
Aston Villa 0 - 2 Liverpool
Stuart James at Villa Park

Tottenham 1 - 0 Sunderland
David Hytner at White Hart Lane

Queens Park Rangers 0 - 2 Manchester United
Phil McNulty at Loftus Road
Dominic Fifield at Loftus Road
Amy Lawrence at Loftus Road

Five Things We Learned I
Five Things We Learned II

Garth Crook's Team of the Week
Team of the Week

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