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Adebayor: 'We can beat anyone'

Adebayor: 'We can beat anyone'

What a night and what a performance for Arsenal fans. Despite a recent slip in domestic competitions it was a display of pure class from Arsene Wenger's side as they eventually eased to a 2-0 win over AC Milan at the San Siro Stadium - nothing less than what they deserved.

For long periods it seemed as if the Gunners' would be frustrated as gilt-edged chances went begging whilst Cesc Fabregas smashed a shot against the bar. But with just over 5 minutes left Fabregas found his range perfectly as he drilled a shot past Milan keeper Zelkjo Kalac from all of 30 yards before Emmanuel Adebayor tapped home Theo Walcott's cross to make it two.

Speaking after the full time whistle, the Togo international said proudly that they can 'beat any team in the world!' and on this display not too many can argue.

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Date:Wednesday March 5 2008
Time: 11:42AM


WHat a jammy goal fabregas scored he was lucky he was given so much space, You were just lucky ac milan didnt turn up on the day as for ADebayor his an athlete that wengers just made a footballer out of his got no talent or technique at all his just going through a extremely lucky season, watch next year he'll be back to his old non goalscoring performances chasing long balls like a headless chicken!!!
05/03/2008 11:59:00
Was it as Jammy as Woodgates goal in the cup final Paxton?!?!? I don't hear you btching about that one.
05/03/2008 12:21:00
Oi Yid, In September, 2-1 up, Adebayor on the half volley remember that son? Yeah pure luck that one was eh, mug.
05/03/2008 12:25:00
WHY OH WHY OH WHY....... will you spuds never learn. You are a 'football club' (and a mediocre one at that) WE are a 'GREAT football club' as last night we proved once again. The same rule applies year after year... you have to be in it to win it. so i guess you lot will never know what its like to claim a victory as huge as ours was last night.
05/03/2008 12:53:00
Oh yea yid hear we go again talking about next season but I expose that is all you have, hope for next season and then next season and then next season and then next season .............. Sad, whirly sad.
05/03/2008 12:54:00
I sincerley hope the use of the word "yid" is refering to his Username and not for another reasons!!
05/03/2008 13:10:00
ya, we have the luckiest striker in the world. hooray.. bring on Barca or Madrid (or Inter). italian teams seem easier meat though.
05/03/2008 13:11:00
Yeas rocky7 it's a reference to a username. As for our performance last night I'll have to revaluate my opinion on Senderos, he's an enigma and a player that I simply can not understand. Terrible in one game and brilliant in the next, maybe he needs the whole team to play at the top of their game to shine but starts to get nervous when some individuals fall short of their best. If so then it is a matter of lack of confidence in his ability to lift the players around him and is something that will definitely come in time
05/03/2008 13:22:00
senderos is definately a complex fellow. Still don't think he's first choice material, but definately a very important squad player for us.
05/03/2008 13:31:00
hmmm... I know hurts you... but we cant help
05/03/2008 13:39:00
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