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Arsenal 1 - Everton 0

Premiership

Emirates Stadium

10/12/11

Attendance: 60,062

Referee: Webb

Arsenal
1 - 0
Everton
Van Persie (70)
 
 
Venue: Emirates Stadium
 
Attendance: 60,062
The Teams
Szczesny
 
 
 
Howard
 
 
Mertesacker
 
 
 
Hibbert
 
 
Vermaelen
 
 
82
 
Baines
 
 
Koscielny
 
 
 
Heitinga
 
 
Djourou
 
 
 
Jagielka
 
 
Arteta
 
 
 
Neville
 
 
76
Walcott
 
 
89
 
Coleman
 
 
Ramsey
 
 
 
Bilyaletdinov
 
 
76
Song
 
 
 
Cahill
 
 
Van Persie
 
 
 
Fellaini
 
 
Gervinho
 
 
83
 
Saha
 
 
64
Substitutes
Almunia
 
 
 
Mucha
 
 
Miquel
 
 
82
 
Distin
 
 
64
Rosicky
 
 
83
 
Barkley
 
 
Arshavin
 
 
 
Stracqualursi
 
 
Frimpong
 
 
89
 
Gueye
 
 
76
Benayoun
 
 
 
Vellios
 
 
Chamakh
 
 
 
McAleny
 
 
76
Game Statistics
12
Goal Attempts
7
7
On Target
1
7
Corners
4
7
Fouls
14
2
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
54
%
46




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Writer: Arsenal Site Staff Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday December 10 2011

Time: 5:26PM

Your Comments

Wow What a GOAL from RvP! Up to 4th! BRILLIANT!
hackneyval
Nice touch tracking down Danskins' great grandchildren to bring the ball out. Funny seeing ches bow down before RVP and kiss his left boot at FT
nikolaijns
Those are the special moments that you're so glad to have witnessed live. The goal was a thing of beauty and perfection.
Gooner_Vin
Impresssive goal. I really hope van Persie breaks both Henry's and Shearer's goal scoring records; about 4 more games to do so.
Naijagunner
A tough game and a hard earned 3 points. We obviously lack creativity from our full backs but I thought both Walcott and Gervinho did well to compensate.
No 10
I might be whinging but I thought Coleman had a unusually dirty game and was lucky to stay on the pitch. And was Cahill targeting Ramsey for some ruffing up? I won't talk about Fellaini because I have thought since his first season that his elbows are always out and I really don't think he should be playing football.
No 10
Sczcesny kissing RvP's left boot after the game was a classic :). The Pole is endearing himself more and more to fans, with very passing game. The performance overall was good, in terms of creativity and creating scoring opportunities, but it needed a moment of individual brilliance to score, and only RvP (in this current Arsenal team) is capable of providing that. Everton hardly possessed a threat, with only 1 shot on goal. Taking off Saha to bring on Distin only made that worse.
prits
It's got to be said it was a tremendous goal from Van Persie. When you first said you thought he was the best striker in the world I was sceptical, now there's no doubt. It may not get the same attention but Song's ball to RVP was Xavi/Sneijder-esque. It was intelligent, showed greast vision and played to perfection.
TheFamousNo7
Vermaelen injury was the only really bad moment in this game. Hope it ain't serious. He's our only fit left back at the moment
Eboue=GOD
TheFamous7 - cheers, very sporting of you to say so.
Gooner_Vin
Good 'ol Stoke city!!!
Naijagunner
Never thought I'd ever hv to owe those sluggers :-)
Naijagunner
 

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