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Olympiacos  3 - Arsenal 1

Champions League

6/12/11

Attendance: 32,000

Referee: Mallenco

Olympiacos
3 - 1
Arsenal
Djebbour (16), Fuster (36), Modesto (89)
 
Benayoun (57)
 
Venue:
 
Attendance: 32,000
The Teams
Megyeri
 
 
 
Fabianski
 
 
25
Maniatis
 
 
 
Vermaelen
 
 
Modesto
 
 
 
Santos
 
 
51
Mellberg
 
 
 
Squillaci
 
 
Papadopoulos
 
 
 
Djourou
 
 
Marcano
 
 
 
Oxlade-Chamberlain
 
 
Torosidis
 
 
 
Arshavin
 
 
Fuster
 
 
64
 
Frimpong
 
 
Holebas
 
 
37
 
Benayoun
 
 
Djebbour
 
 
91
 
Coquelin
 
 
67
Mirallas
 
 
 
Chamakh
 
 
Substitutes
Costanzo
 
 
 
Mannone
 
 
25
Papazoglou
 
 
91
 
Eastmond
 
 
Potouridis
 
 
 
Miquel
 
 
51
Ioannis
 
 
 
Rosicky
 
 
67
Orbaiz
 
 
37
 
Ozyakup
 
 
Abdoun
 
 
64
 
Yennaris
 
 
Pantelic
 
 
 
Park Chu-Young
 
 
Game Statistics
20
Goal Attempts
10
11
On Target
6
8
Corners
2
12
Fouls
11
2
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
48
%
52




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Writer: Arsenal Site Staff Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday December 6 2011

Time: 9:54PM

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I'm guessing this will be the least read article in Vital Arsenal history.
Rocky7
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07/12/2011 09:29:00

You might be right, Rocky :). Stats don't tell the full tale, as always, but in this game, they're spot on. Half the shots on goal and target for Arsenal, compared to Olympiakos. The margin could have been worse if their finishing was better.
prits
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07/12/2011 11:32:00

Said at the start of the game how sweet it was not to have a game to get stressed over to just kick back & relax whatever happened. Not sure how I made the transition to a madman spraying the C word about like an AK47 with Tourettes? defensive anarchy, comedic keeping, attacking profligacy, injury to the only fit player we have in his position, more comedic keeping, against an average Greek team so fricking pedestrian they could have had a zebra crossing leading up from the tunnel. Not one of our 1st team would have lost any sleep last night. (Santos a possible exception)
nikolaijns
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07/12/2011 12:31:00

I agree Niko, I was up till 3:30 am wondering whether it was worth the effort.
prits
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07/12/2011 13:08:00

Niko Really? I was just ROFLing at the second goal. I stuck by my word that whatever happened I would just enjoy this game.
Sajit
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07/12/2011 15:19:00

I just think that that was the worst Olympiakos team in some years and a semi well drilled remotely professional performance from eager hungry players wasn't beyond the realms of reasonable expectancy. I mean if we were gonna phuck about to that extent at least stick Arshavin in goal and give us all a proper chuckle y'know?
nikolaijns
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