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Portsmouth 1 - Spurs 1

Fratton Park

Monday 01-01-07, 3pm

Attendance: 20,194

Referee:

Portsmouth
1 - 1
Spurs
Benjani 29
 
Steed Malbranque 50
 
Venue: Fratton Park
 
Attendance: 20,194
The Teams
David James
 
 
 
Paul Robinson
 
 
Matty Taylor
 
 
 
Michael Dawson
 
 
Linvoy Primus
 
 
 
Young-pyo Lee
 
 
Noe Pamarot
 
 
12
 
Pascal Chimbonda
 
 
Glen Johnson
 
 
 
Tom Huddlestone
 
 
Sol Campbell
 
 
 
Calum Davenport
 
 
Gary O'Neil
 
 
73
 
Steed Malbranque
 
 
79
Sean Davis
 
 
 
Hossam Ghaly
 
 
45
Pedro Mendes
 
 
 
Teemu Tainio
 
 
Benjani
 
 
 
Jermain Defoe
 
 
Kanu
 
 
 
Dimitar Berbatov
 
 
Substitutes
Jamie Ashdown
 
 
 
Radek Cerny
 
 
Manuel Fernandes
 
 
 
Danny Murphy
 
 
45
Niko Kranjcar
 
 
12
 
Anthony Gardner
 
 
79
Andy O'Brien
 
 
 
Didier Zokora
 
 
Andrew Cole
 
 
73
 
Reto Ziegler
 
 
Game Statistics
8
Goal Attempts
11
2
On Target
6
10
Corners
6
4
Offside
5
12
Fouls
15
1
Yellow Cards
4
0
Red Cards
0




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Writer: pompeyrug Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday January 1 2007

Time: 6:31PM

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A good point for us under the circumstances. Well done Pompey.
storagematt
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01/01/2007 20:17:00

two points lost at home again
russellm
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02/01/2007 14:16:00

A draw was the right result, but from the point of view of having a lead it is two points lost...
pompeyrug
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02/01/2007 14:44:00

spurs were very dangerous on the break, if it wasn't for jamo it would of been 3 points dropped
paultsmouth
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02/01/2007 20:33:00

Agreed,Spurs looked sharper,but a point maintains our lead over them in the table,so it wasn't a complete disaster. Play Up Pompey !!
lincspfcfan
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03/01/2007 00:01:00

well done pompey, i see european football in the future!
link201
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03/01/2007 08:30:00

Interesting your storyline on the home page has us 2-1 winners. Could of sworn it was the first televised draw I have seen Pompey in this season. We were probably the luckiest of the the 2 sides to sneak a point - especially as our only goal was somewhat deflected.
pompeygray
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03/01/2007 11:28:00

A good point for Pompey. Keep up the great season!
getintoem
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03/01/2007 12:02:00

sorry to be negative but my first new years rant. too many points have been thrown away from leads. and i dont get why it is "a good point for us" are they that superb or were they below us in the league??? because when i listen to some it seems we have no right to beat the "big teams" why do pompey fans accept that we have to be pleased to have 1 point against teams. perhapse i ned reading glasses cos whenever i have looked at the table in the last few months Spurs have been below us in the league? I will never understand the second best is good attitude, Pompey were ahead of Spurs in the league for a reason... we have more points, we have been more succesful. We should have won!!! What is also frustrating is like other teams Spurs look crap wherever they travel until as usual we decide to make them look good.
russellm
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04/01/2007 17:30:00

Never hold back do you russell?? i agree that we made them look good, I was disapointed because if we played (& defended in paticular, apart from DJ who was awsome as usual!) as well as we can, that game would have been three points!..but, as their is always a but, we didnt play paticularly well, & for me, regarding how we were playing, a point was a good result. Always gutted not to get three!
CharlieChimes
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05/01/2007 21:07:00

 

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