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Arsenal
3 - 0
Spurs

Ashburton Grove

02/12/06

Attendance: 60,115

Referee:

ArsenalSpurs
Adebayor (20) Gilberto (42 and 72)Nobody. That's right, you couldn't score!!!
Jens Lehmann     Paul Robinson    
Emmanuel Eboue     Pascal Chimbonda    
Kolo Toure     Michael Dawson    
Johan Djourou     Ledley King    
Gael Clichy     Benoit Assou-Ekotto     46
Freddie Ljungberg     Aaron Lennon    
Francesc Fabregas     Didier Zokora    
Gilberto     Teemu Tainio     80
Tomas Rosicky     55 Steed Malbranque     46
Emmanuel Adebayor     87 Robbie Keane    
Robin van Persie     80 Dimitar Berbatov    
Substitutes
Manuel Almunia     Radek Cerny    
Alex Hleb     55 Young-Pyo Lee     46
Theo Walcott     87 Tom Huddlestone    
The Beast     80 Jermain Defoe     80
Justin Hoyte     Jermaine Jenas     46
Game Statistics
6
Goal Attempts
7
5
On Target
4
3
Corners
2
3
Offside
3
15
Fouls
15
1
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
55
%
45

Writer:Rocky7
Date:Sunday December 3 2006
Time: 9:31PM

Comments

0
Yes thats right, possession 55-45 and not the 51-49 as reported on the Spurs site!!
Rocky7
03/12/2006 21:33:00
0
the league table on the website isn't correct, says we've only lost two games..
luckys_10
04/12/2006 06:43:00
0
lucky you must be seeing things, it says 4 on mine ;) or are you still a bit bolurry eyed from staurday :P hehe...... our boys were super fanastic and i have been back to spuds website to remind them of that fact MUHAHAHAHA
PUREGOLD
04/12/2006 11:06:00
0
hehe yeh now it shows four, and saturday fever is still running high, the team was fantastic, now lets hope the lads can repeat it at porto and chelsea, and i've been visiting the spuds site so regularly this week than i have ever before, this victory was so much more sweeter than even beating them for the fourth spot last season, love you lads, you've been fantastic, now lets get two big results this week, and PG, if we do manage that, which i'm very optimistic about that we can, do you think it will still be a two horse race for the championship?
luckys_10
04/12/2006 11:16:00
0
sadly yes
hazzagooner
04/12/2006 12:28:00
0
and thishenry situation i dont rather like, i dont understand whts gone on but the show of solidarity by him on saturday did seem a little overblown dnt you think?
hazzagooner
04/12/2006 12:29:00
0
quite tight on the shooting opportunities from both sides....
ernshaw
04/12/2006 14:04:00
0
dun you think al lthe criticism of titi last week when he missed the bolton match was over the top too? titi is a very emotional person, and whatever he did on saturday, was straight from his heart, that's the kind of person he is, when he see's arsenal fans doubting his commitment to the club, it does hurt him, and that's why he came out the way he did, to set the record straight and stop the media from creating more baseless headlines and hurting the atmosphere at the club..
luckys_10
04/12/2006 15:09:00
0
Arsenal's Man Of The Match was of course Graham Poll.
Greybeard
05/12/2006 04:19:00
0
Excuses excuses Greybeard, whatever makes you feel better! He was a great ref when you beat chelsea though enit!
iceman10
05/12/2006 08:26:00
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