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Arsenal 2 - Everton 2

Premier League

Ashburton Grove

9/1/10

Attendance: 60,053-- Yeah Right

Referee: Peter Walton

Arsenal
2 - 2
Everton
Osman(og) 28', Rosicky 90+2'
 
Osman 12', Pienaar 81'
 
Venue: Ashburton Grove
 
Attendance: 60,053-- Yeah Right
The Teams
Almunia
 
 
 
Howard
 
 
Sagna
 
 
 
Neville
 
 
Gallas
 
 
 
Neill
 
 
Vermaelen
 
 
 
Heitinga
 
 
Traore
 
 
 
Baines
 
 
Denilson
 
 
84'
 
Osman
 
 
Diaby
 
 
 
Cahill
 
 
Ramsey
 
 
64'
 
Fellaini
 
 
Nasri
 
 
 
Pienaar
 
 
Eduardo
 
 
74'
 
Donovan
 
 
68'
Arshavin
 
 
 
Saha
 
 
74'
Substitutes
Rosicky
 
 
64'
 
Bilyaletdinov
 
 
68'
Vela
 
 
74'
 
Vaugne
 
 
74'
Merida
 
 
84'
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Game Statistics
9
Goal Attempts
9
2
On Target
3
6
Corners
8
2
Offside
6
12
Fouls
13
1
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
0
66.4
%
33.6
Comments...
Pretty relieved to get one point, aren't we? Still, after a poor performance in harsh conditions, it is one point gained. We are only three points behind with 18 games to go. It's definitely not a time to panic.




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Writer: Brice Coffer Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday January 9 2010

Time: 6:04PM

Your Comments

Damn, I keep getting my dates wrong. It's 2010, duh.
gunnerkid107
squeaky bum time at the top folks!
merlin
The stats reflect the game quite well in this case. Well contested game with an equal number of goal attempts. However Everton were able to utilise their meagre (34%) possession better than us. We were not as penetrative as we would have liked with our superior possession and could do with more directness in our play.
deltaforce
the number of shots on target by Eduardo in this season is very alarming. We desperately need a strong striker.
fcdematthew
1 pt gained? More like 2 points lost. We have a run of 4 of the hardest teams in the premier league, Everton is a MUST win.
FuiKaka
Lucky to get a point
Tiny T
Yh we were lucky to get a point but that's what championship winning teams do. Also man utd also drew so it's not as bad as it could have been.
gunner24
too bad for the others.. now we just hv to beat villa, united, chelsea and liverpool
McGooner
... or wait for them to drop points against each other while trying to win as many game as we can. (Duh!)
GoonerLou
GunnerLou ...exactly why we should be beating a team we beat 6-1 at there ground, at Ashburton ...waste of 2 points. Yes we were lucky to get a point ...which is even worse. We need to win those games if people are gonna take us seriously. ManU only got a point, but Chelsea are yet to play and could get a 4 point gain on us even if we win a game in hand, which means they got 1 loss in hand now. It was a bad result for us. Really was
FuiKaka
This was really a great chance to reel in Chelsea and Utd and we fluffed our lines. It really are moments like these that define the season. Suddenly there's slightly less pressure on the Chavs and Mancs than there should be. I'm shocked by our dominance of possession and relatively poor number of attempts on goal and woeful shots on target. We shouldn't be relying on luck to beat a team like Everton at home if we're true contenders. Yes, we have a couple of strikers out...but the ones we have left are really not potent enough. I don't think Bendtner will improve things either if and when he returns.
Wyn Mills
that's momentum for ya, 2 deflected goals and outplayed, same conditions for everton, gunner24 it was great for us chelsea fans. arses will again flatter to decieve.
springy
Stop going on about the 6-1 scoreline in August. That was a freak result.
gunnerkid107
Not sure "freak result" is right. Everton were in total disarray on that day. We didn't really deserve a point in Saturday's game imo.
hackneyval
 

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