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Newcastle
1 - 0
Arsenal

St James Park

10/12/2005

Attendance: 52,297

Referee:

NewcastleArsenal
Solano (82)
Shay Given     Jens Lehmann    
Peter Ramage     Kolo Toure    
Jean-Alain Boumsong     Philippe Senderos    
Titus Bramble     Sol Campbell    
Robbie Elliott     Bisan Lauren    
Nolberto Solano     Fredrik Ljungberg    
Amady Faye     Francesc Fabregas     86
Scott Parker     74 Gilberto Silva    
Shola Ameobi     Aleksander Hleb     63
Alan Shearer     Robin Van Persie     85
Michael Owen     91 Thierry Henry    
Substitutes
Lee Bowyer     74 Robert Pires     86
Michael Chopra     91 Mathieu Flamini     63
Martin Brittain     Quincy Owusu-Abeyie     85
Stephen Harper     Manuel Almunia    
Albert Luque     Emmanuel Eboue    
Game Statistics
8
Goal Attempts
6
4
On Target
3
7
Crosses
9
5
Corners
4
5
Offside
2
23
Fouls
11
2
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
1
49
%
51

Writer:Site Staff
Date:Sunday December 11 2005
Time: 11:49AM

Comments

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so the footballing side commited 11 fouls and got 2 yellow cards the more aggresive side commited 23 fouls and got 2 yellow cards i watched the game on tv and thought that newcastle where beyond the point of fair play. gilberto cant tackle to save his life but that doesn't mean he should have got 2 cards. shearer on the other hand deserved a straight red for his tackle on campbell. but the game is finished and that's life so on with the next.
treble-double 71-98-
12/12/2005 14:06:00
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so the footballing side commited 11 fouls and got 2 yellow cards the more aggresive side commited 23 fouls and got 2 yellow cards i watched the game on tv and thought that newcastle where beyond the point of fair play. gilberto cant tackle to save his life but that doesn't mean he should have got 2 cards. shearer on the other hand deserved a straight red for his tackle on campbell. but the game is finished and that's life so on with the next.
treble-double 71-98-
12/12/2005 14:06:00
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