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Chelsea
3 - 5
Arsenal

Premier League

Stamford Bridge

29/10/11 12:45pm

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Referee: Marriner

ChelseaArsenal
Lampard (14) Terry (45) Mata (80) Van Persie (36) Santos (49) Walcott (55) Van Persie (85-92)
Cech     Szczesny    
Ivanovic     Mertesacker    
Cole     Koscielny    
Bosingwa     Santos    
Terry     Djourou     75
Ramires     72 Arteta    
Lampard     Walcott     79
Mikel     76 Ramsey    
Torres     Song    
Mata     Van Persie    
Sturridge     62 Gervinho     88
Substitutes
Blackman     Fabianski    
David Luiz     Vermaelen     88
Bertrand     Jenkinson     75
Romeu     Rosicky     79
Malouda     62 Arshavin    
Meireles
 
  76 Frimpong    
Lukaku     72 Park Chu-Young    
Game Statistics
12
Goal Attempts
13
10
On Target
8
3
Corners
2
7
Fouls
18
2
Yellow Cards
3
0
Red Cards
0
54
%
46

Writer:Arsenal Site Staff
Date:Saturday October 29 2011
Time: 2:39PM

Comments

0
Woooohoooooooo!!!!!
fcdematthew
29/10/2011 15:07:00
0
It hurts to say this......well done, we hate the chavs.
blackrat1299
29/10/2011 15:12:00
0
chelsea were far too open. Even at half time, I knew Arsenal would still win it.
49ers
29/10/2011 15:17:00
0
who doesn't black rat? classless 'orrible little club all the way from the oligangster to Mr 'beat the crap out of Arsenal' Buck, down to the grotty mercenary players like fatty, cashley and their loathsome grunt of a captain. Always a pleasure getting a result against the blood rouble brigade.
nikolaijns
29/10/2011 15:20:00
0
Lol Niko! The statistics bear it out again, what an open, end to end pulsating game. It was like two heavyweight boxers punching the lights out of each other.
Deltaforce
29/10/2011 15:41:00
0
Can't stand Arsenal but I'd like to say well played, your boys made my day. :)
Crissybwoy
29/10/2011 16:03:00
0
Very excited and still trying to take it all in. Massive win, seeing what it does to morale (the fans and club).
Naijagunner
29/10/2011 16:05:00
0
Well, well, so....the red n white n *****e finally crawled out from beneath the blue shadow to register a tiny, pathetic, miniscule victory of sorts. Big bloody deal. Both teams will be trailing the mighty Tottenham Hotspur before the season is out! COYS!
Tony Rocky Horror
29/10/2011 16:12:00
0
TRH your delusions of grandeur are pathetic, do see a shrink to salvage whats left of your mind.
Deltaforce
29/10/2011 16:29:00
0
When was the last time Sp*rs won at the bridge? Please tell us TRH.
iceman10
29/10/2011 16:56:00
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