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Premiership round-up (13-14/01/07)

Premiership round-up (13-14/01/07)

Pompey drew our latest Barclays Premiership match with Sheffield United at Bramall Lane 1-1, what about the others.

Saturday, 13/01/07
Blackburn 0-2 Arsenal
The evening SKY Sports Prem Plus match saw Arsenal win despite going down to ten men when Gilberto Silva (13) saw red. Kolo Toure (37) and Thierry Henry (71) scored the goals.

Bolton 0-0 Man City
Pompey lost no ground on Bolton as they played out a 0-0 draw with an inform Man City.

Charlton 1-3 Middlesbrough
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink (27) gave struggling Charlton the lead but Lee Cattermole (45) brought boro level on the stroke of half time. Two quick goals from Julio Arca (64) and Yakubu (68) condemned Charlton to another defeat,

Chelsea 4-0 Wigan
Frank Lampard (13) gave Chelsea a half time lead, three second half goals followed firstly from Arjen Robben (63) then an own goal off the arm of Chris Kirkland (70). Didier Drogba's (90) injury time effort wrapped up a resounding win after a difficult week or so for Chelsea.

Man Utd 3-1 Aston Villa
Ji Sung Park (11) and Michael Carrick (13) scored quick goals to put United in control; a third from Cristiano Ronaldo (35) had the game wrapped up by half time. Gabriel Agbonlahor (52) gave the Villa fans something to celebrate though.

Watford 0-3 Liverpool
In the early LIVE SKY Sports match Liverpool strolled to a comfortable 3-0 victory thanks to goals from Craig Bellamy (34) and a double either side of half time from Peter Crouch (40 & 48).

West Ham 3-3 Fulham
A goal fest at Upton Park saw Tomasz Radzinski (17) give Fulham the lead before substitute Bobby Zamora (28) leveled. Reported Pompey target Yossi Benayoun (45) then put West Ham ahead before Brian McBride (59) brought Fulham ahead. Benayoun's (64) second put West Ham ahead again before Zamora (76) was sent off. An injury time equalizer from Phillipe Christanval (90) saw the game end in a draw.

Sunday, 14/01/07
Everton 1-1 Reading
In the first of the LIVE SKY Sports clashes an own goal from Joleon Lescott (28) gave reading the lead. A late strike from Andrew Johnson (81) rescued a point.

Tottenham 2-3 Newcastle
A good Sunday afternoon for Pompey saw Spurs lose ground in the second LIVE SKY Sports match. Jermain Defoe (14) put Spurs ahead before Paul Huntington (16) levelled almost immediately. Dimitar Berbatov (54) restored the lead before two goals in a minute from Obafemi Martins (72) and Nicky Butt (73) gave Newcastle victory.


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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Tuesday January 16 2007
Time: 5:22PM

Comments

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Good to see Spurs brought down to earth.
storagematt
16/01/2007 18:22:00
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5 point gap very nice
VitalPompeyAdmin
16/01/2007 18:24:00
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all in all results went our way again, we have to admit we have been very lucky with other teams performances and we should be sympathetic to them.... but there again, hey who s0ding cares it's about time it happened for us and long may it continue i say
russellm
16/01/2007 20:47:00
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here here, all we can do is our best
VitalPompeyAdmin
16/01/2007 21:43:00
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Results went our way at the end of last season, that said destiny should always be in your own hands. If Pompey want to make top 6 they cannot afford to be looking over their shoulders or relying on helping hands elsewhere. Mind you it can figure to a point and when it does it carries that 'bonus' tag.
pompeygray
17/01/2007 05:48:00
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