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Arsenal
4 - 4
Tottenham

Premier League

Emirates Stadium

29/10/08 20:00 pm

Attendance: 60,043

Referee: Martin Atkinson

ArsenalTottenham
Silvestre 37, Gallas 46, Adebayor 64, Van Persie 68Bentley 13, Bent D 67, Jenas 89, Lennon 90
Almunia     Gomes    
Sagna     Woodgate    
Gallas     Assou-Ekotto    
Silvestre     Hutton     79
Clichy     Corluka    
Walcott     75 Bale     55
Fabregas     Jenas    
Denilson     Modric    
Nasri     88 Huddlestone    
van Persie     81 Bentley    
Adebayor     Pavlyuchenko     65
Substitutes
Fabianski     Cesar    
Toure     Gunter     79
Song     88 Zokora    
Eboue     75 O'Hara    
Diaby
 
  81 Bent     65
Bendtner     Campbell    
Vela     Lennon     55
Game Statistics
27
Goal Attempts
17
9
On Target
7
9
Corners
1
1
Offside
3
10
Fouls
17
1
Yellow Cards
4
0
Red Cards
0
65
%
35
Comments...
NLD's are always tough games no matter what the current form is - there is too much at stake on both sides for it not to be committed. Spuds must have been amazed then at the acts of gratuitous benevolence we showed the leagues bottom club. Not much that anyone could do to prevent Bentley's stunning strike but Almunia's nervous fumble of Huddlestone's shot gave them encouragement they didn't need. Denilson and Cesc put in good stints in midfield with Denilsons 97 passes with 90% completion showing efficient use of the ball. Fabregas was a little less economic but scrapped enough to win the ball more often. van Persie did everything he could to ensure the result went our way. Having a hand in all 4 goals, more shots than anyone else, passing accurately, creating more chances and putting in ball winning tackles too. The other stand out player was Gallas who put in a midfielders performance with 66 passes, 92% completion, a couple of goal attempts including his goal and winning the ball as often as anyone else. There were some good performances tonight - and some pretty immature ones.
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Writer:Amos
Date:Wednesday October 29 2008
Time: 11:05PM

Comments

0
Still in utter disbelief. Fair play to Tottenham, and a stern look to the Arsenal players.
Rocky7
29/10/2008 23:09:00
0
Win our next two games - away to Stoke and home to Man Utd, and this will be forgotten. We've just done this too often now: Birmingham away last season; Liverpool away in Champs League last season; Chelsea away last season; Man Utd away last season.
Gooner_Vin
29/10/2008 23:12:00
0
I didn't realise we had United so soon. They must be licking their lips at the smell of blood.
Rocky7
29/10/2008 23:16:00
0
how are we still 3rd is beyond me.
G4L
29/10/2008 23:18:00
0
Fair play to the spuds they never gave up.........pity we did.
Will-i-am10
29/10/2008 23:20:00
0
How bad was adebayor tonight???? Yes he scored but other than that he was terrible.
Will-i-am10
29/10/2008 23:21:00
0
I thought he worked pretty hard for the cause Will. He did all the ugly stuff and thought he put in a decent shift.
Rocky7
29/10/2008 23:25:00
0
This is like a bruise that's gonna hurt even more in the morning, isn't it?
Gooner_Vin
29/10/2008 23:27:00
0
Yup.
Rocky7
29/10/2008 23:30:00
0
Can't afford to loose games in the last 2 mins especially when winning 4-2
Tiny T
29/10/2008 23:38:00
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