Barclays Premier League: October 29 — Results Roundup

Everton vs Manchester United. Chelsea vs Arsenal. Can you ask for a better start to any weekend? Plenty of talking points, lots of thrilling moments and certainly a lot of goals to talk about today as an entertaining Saturday comes to an end. All the scores of today’s matches are after the break: Continue reading “Barclays Premier League: October 29 — Results Roundup”

Barclays Premier League: October 16 — Results Roundup

Following on from where we left on Saturday, today’s footballing action in the premier league was exciting too with some good matches played today. Arsenal left it late to win a thrilling encounter with Sunderland 2-1 at the Emirates while Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur shared the points in an entertaining 2-2 draw. In another match, West Bromwich Albion beat Wolverhampton Wanderers comfortably at home with the scoreline 2-0.

Sunday, 16 October 2011


Arsenal

Van Persie (1, 82)

2-1
(HT 1-1)
Sunderland

Larsson (31)

Bookings:

Song (57)
Koscielny (63)
Van Persie (83)

Bookings:

Vaughan (52)
Larsson (55)
Brown (61)


Newcastle

Ba (48)
Sh Ameobi (86)

2-2
(HT 0-1)
Tottenham

Van der Vaart (pen 40)
Defoe (68)

Bookings:

Tiote (79)

Bookings:

Parker (75)
Modric (90+1)


West Brom

Brunt (8)
Odemwingie (75)

2-0
(HT 1-0)
Wolverhampton

 

Bookings:

Berra (25)

Here’s how the table looks now after this round of matches:

Premier League table
Sunday, 16 October 2011 17:56 UK

P GD PTS
1 Man City 8 21 22
2 Man Utd 8 19 20
3 Chelsea 8 11 19
4 Newcastle 8 5 16

5 Liverpool 8 2 14

6 Tottenham 7 1 13
7 Stoke 8 -2 12
8 Aston Villa 8 1 11
9 Norwich 8 -1 11
10 Arsenal 8 -5 10
11 QPR 8 -8 9
12 West Brom 8 -3 8
13 Swansea 8 -5 8
14 Fulham 8 1 7
15 Everton 7 -4 7
16 Wolves 8 -6 7
17 Sunderland 8 0 6

18 Bolton 8 -10 6
19 Wigan 8 -8 5
20 Blackburn 8 -9 5

As always, via BBC!

Barclays Premier League: 24th September — Results Roundup

There were 8 matches played today in the Barclays Premier League (BPL/EPL), with the last match of the day, played between Stoke City and Manchester United, just concluding. It was an exciting, end-to-end match with both sides have their moments. In the end they both cancelled each other out as the match ended in a 1-1 draw. Nani scored for the Reds and Crouch scored for the Potters. This was Stoke’s first ever point against MU as the champions dropped their first point of the season.

Here are the other results from the day’s action:

Saturday, 24 September 2011


Arsenal

Van Persie (46, 71)
Song (89)

3-0
(HT 0-0)
Bolton

 

Bookings:

Steinsson (58)

Sent off:

Wheater (55)


Chelsea

Torres (29)
Ramires (36, 76)
Drogba (90+4)

4-1
(HT 2-0)
Swansea

Williams (86)

Bookings:

Mata (33)
Cole (86)
Mikel (90+4)

Bookings:

Dyer (54)
Monk (76)
Taylor (89)

Sent off:

Torres (39)


Liverpool

Johnson (og 11)
Suarez (38)

2-1
(HT 2-0)
Wolverhampton

Fletcher (49)

Bookings:

Lucas (34)
Carroll (57)
Kelly (67)

Bookings:

O’Hara (4)
Henry (32)
Ward (39)
Hunt (42)


Man City

Balotelli (68)
Milner (89)

2-0
(HT 0-0)
Everton

 

Bookings:

Y Toure (31)

Bookings:

Rodwell (20)
Neville (25)
Osman (30)
Cahill (63)
Jagielka (87)


Newcastle

Ba (27, 30, 54)

3-1
(HT 2-1)
Blackburn

Hoilett (37)

Bookings:

Lowe (57)
Nzonzi (59)
Olsson (55)
Salgado (90+5)

Sent off:

Olsson (69)


West Brom

 

0-0
(HT 0-0)
Fulham

 

Bookings:

Hangeland (50)
Grygera (60)
Baird (66)


Wigan

Diame (50)

1-2
(HT 0-2)
Tottenham

Van der Vaart (3)
Bale (23)

Bookings:

Gohouri (26)
McCarthy (71)
Sammon (76)

Bookings:

Adebayor (90+3)

Sent off:

Gohouri (63)

There are 2 more fixtures to be played this game-week. They are:

Sunday, 25 September 2011

QPR v Aston Villa, 16:00

Monday, 26 September 2011
Norwich v Sunderland, 20:00

Manchester Delight: United cruise to record breaking 8-2 win over Arsenal as City put 5 past hapless Tottenham — Results Roundup

The third weekend of Barclays Premier League action has come to an end and boy it ended handsomely. While Chelsea and Liverpool both recorded wins yesterday, the clubs from Manchester really stole the show today with some amazing display of football.

Roberto Mancini’s Manchester City  stung Tottenham Hotspur right from the word go, creating chances after chances and eventually taking the lead through Edin Dzeko. The striker then went on to add 3 more to his tally, ending with 4 on the day and giving City their first win at White Hart Lane in 5 years. The Blues won 5-1. Kaboul scored the consolation goal for the home team.

As if Manchester City’s 5 star performance wasn’t enough, Manchester United really turned it on in the last match of the weekend, thumping 8 past a beleaguered Arsenal side as the Reds ran rampant at Old Trafford, showing City that they are still the team to beat. Wayne Rooney scored a hat-trick while Ashley Young starred too with 2 fantastic goals. Park, Welbeck, and Nani were the other scorers for United. For Arsenal, captain Van Persie, after missing a penalty early on, struck a ferocious volley from close range after Theo Walcott had given the Gunners some hope.

As with the previous 2 games this season, Arsenal yet again saw one of their players sent off, making it 3 out of 3. They now have more players sent off (3) than they have scored goals this season (2)  or have points on the board (1). Manchester United ended up 8-2 winners, breaking quite a few records in the process as Arsenal’s misery continues.

Here are all the results from the day’s action:

Sunday, 28 August 2011

Man Utd

Welbeck (22)
Young (28, 90+1)
Rooney (41, 64, pen 82)
Nani (67)
Park Ji-Sung (70)

8-2
(HT 3-1)
Arsenal

Walcott (45+3)
Van Persie (74)

Bookings:Young (27)
Evans (27)
Bookings:Arshavin (15)
Jenkinson (40)
Djourou (63)
Sent off:Jenkinson (77)

Newcastle

Best (48, 66)

2-1
(HT 0-0)
Fulham

Dempsey (88)

Bookings:Simpson (87)
Smith (90+5)
Bookings:Sidwell (64)

Tottenham

Kaboul (68)

1-5
(HT 0-2)
Man City

Dzeko (34, 41, 55, 90+3)
Aguero (60)

Bookings:Assou-Ekotto (10)
Van der Vaart (31)
Bookings:Barry (20)
Zabaleta (23)
Y Toure (25)
Savic (76)

West Brom

 

0-1
(HT 0-0)
Stoke

Shotton (89)

Here’s the updated league table after 3 rounds of matches

Premier League table
Sunday, 28 August 2011 17:54 UK
P GD PTS
1 Man Utd 3 10 9
2 Man City 3 9 9
3 Liverpool 3 4 7
4 Chelsea 3 3 7

5 Wolves 3 3 7

6 Newcastle 3 2 7
7 Aston Villa 3 2 5
8 Wigan 3 2 5
9 Stoke 3 1 5
10 Bolton 3 1 3
11 Everton 2 0 3
12 QPR 3 -5 3
13 Sunderland 3 -1 2
14 Norwich 3 -2 2
15 Swansea 3 -4 2
16 Fulham 3 -3 1
17 Arsenal 3 -8 1

18 West Brom 3 -3 0
19 Blackburn 3 -4 0
20 Tottenham 2 -7 0

*Tottenham’s fixture against Everton was postponed on the opening day due to ongoing riots in the area

Cristiano Ronaldo claims THIS as the best goal of his career till date (video)

Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo believes that his strike against Zaragoza on Sunday was the best goal he has scored so far.

The Portuguese midfielder struck a ferocious free-kick from around 25 yards out after 44 minutes to give his side a 2-0 lead. Goals from Mesut Ozil and Angel Di Maria either side of the Ronaldo thunderbolt sealed three points for Jose Mourinho’s troops against rock bottom Zaragoza, who responded via Gabi’s 54th-minute penalty.

“My goal is a sign that the team is working hard,” the 25-year-old is quoted as saying by Madrid’s official website. “It was one of the best goals of my career.

“We are playing well. I wouldn’t have been able to score had my team-mates not provoked the foul. I am pleased. We want to extend this winning streak as long as we can.”

“That is when we started to play better. It wasn’t an easy match. They started off strong, but [Mesut] Oezil’s goal served us well and helped us take control.”

Real are just two points off Barcelona, who are showing no signs of slipping up after spanking Real Sociedad 5-0 at the weekend.

Via EspnStar

Here’s a slightly longer version…

FIFA World Cup 2010: Top 10 Goals (video)

While the world cup is over now, three days on and the Spanish still can’t stop celebrating. Whereas for the Dutch, the criticism just keeps coming. And we are MISSING THE VUVUZELAS!

Anyway, lets come back to business. Matches are won by scoring goals. And in an occasion such as the world cup, which is watched by millions of people all around the world, scoring great goals is what makes you so special. So here are the top 10 goals from the recently concluded FIFA World Cup 2010, held in South Africa. Relive those moments. And do tell us which one is your favorite, in the comments. Enjoy.

Ronaldo Sees RED

Ace winger smashes Mtiliga’s nose to see red after scoring a couple against Malaga

Ouch!!!

Real winger Cristiano Ronaldo dominated Madrid’s 2-0 home win against Malaga in the LaLiga on Sunday, before being sent off in the second half. The world’s most expensive player scored twice in the game to put Madrid in a commanding position moving Real to within 5 points of leaders Barcelona.

All was well until the 70th minute, when he picked up a red card after swinging his arm & catching Mtiliga in the face as he tried to spin away from the defender’s cluthes.

Angry Manager!

The Andalusian club’s president Fernando Sanz was critical of Ronaldo’s attitude when he was interviewed immediately after the game.

“I don’t suppose Ronaldo meant to do it but he swung his arm back once and the second time he did it he broke the player’s nose,” Sanz said.

“It was a brutal impact and a clear sending-off offence. What he should have done is to leave the field apologising to his opponent rather than throwing his arms in the air and protesting.”

Media Slams Ronaldo

  • “Cristiano Ronaldo, hero & villain” (El Paris)
  • “Cristiano Ronaldo, again angel & demon” (La Razon)
  • “Doctor “Cristiano, & Mister Ronaldo” (Marca)

These were some of the headlines in Monday’s Spanish press.

Ronaldo speaks up!

After the match, Ronaldo visited Malaga’s locker room to apologise to Mtiliga.

“I’ve spoken with Mtiliga and he told me that I didn’t need to apologise because he doesn’t believe I hurt him intentionally and he’s right about that,” Ronaldo added.

“Those who understand football know that my intention is always to play the ball.

“I wouldn’t want to injure anybody. I’m not that type of person. I’m not a bad person. I only want to shine by playing football.

“Now I’m going to be angry when I get home because I won’t be able to play through suspension.”

Ronaldo, as a minimum, will now sit at next week’s trip to fifth-placed Deportivo La Coruna and might be banned for a longer period.

There you go!