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Portsmouth 7 - Reading 4 - Stats

Portsmouth
7 - 4
Reading

Fortress Fratton

Sat 29-09-07, 3pm

Attendance: 20102

Referee:

PortsmouthReading
Benjani 7, 37 & 70, Hermann Hreidarsson 55, Niko Kranjcar 75, Sean Davis 81, Sulley Muntari 90 (pen)Stephen Hunt 45, Dave Kitson 48, Shane Long 78, Nicky Shorey 90
Glen Johnson     Marcus Hahnemann    
Sol Campbell     Graeme Murty     77
Sylvain Distin     Michael Duberry    
Hermann Hreidarsson     Ivar Ingimarsson    
John Utaka     Nicky Shorey    
Sean Davis     Liam Rosenior    
Papa Bouba Diop     Brynjar Gunnarsson     77
Sulley Muntari     James Harper    
Niko Kranjcar     Stephen Hunt    
Benjani     80 Kevin Doyle    
Glen Johnson     Dave Kitson    
Substitutes
Jamie Ashdown     Adam Federici    
David Nugent     80 Leroy Lita    
Matty Taylor
 
  Emerse Fae     77
Noe Pamarot     Andre Bikey    
Pedro Mendes     Shane Long     77
Game Statistics
29
Goal Attempts
16
20
On Target
9
9
Corners
4
4
Fouls
9
1
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
0
65
%
35

Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Sunday September 30 2007
Time: 12:34AM

Comments

0
MoTD really didnt do it justice. 29 attempts on goal! thats more than some teams manage in a season. 65% of posetion is...incredible! and you would have thought that with goals going in every 5 mins, reading would be commiting more fouls - but no, it was a clean game too.
pompeycarpet
30/09/2007 08:46:00
0
agreed MoTD was pathetic, but be honest they needed the space for a "stunning nil-nil draw at chelski". Lucky for me i was able to watch it on sky.
russellm
30/09/2007 09:07:00
0
by the sound of thing, they needed to play the entire second half. Normally, they show (preety uch) every shot on goal...it would have been great if they had shown all 29 of them!
pompeycarpet
30/09/2007 09:26:00
0
lets face it our match was probably going to be one of the last matches shown, but with it being a record setter they had to put it on 1st - they had no option, but they still only used the 'highlights' they would have shown anyway... thankfully i recorded it again on football first and will watch it over and over again, anyone that hasnt seen it you have to watch it - it wont be the same as it was being there, that is something i will always treasure, but it will do it justice! what a game
pompeyrug
30/09/2007 11:26:00
0
Missed Match of the Day, but who gives a toss what Hansen and Shearer say, Hansen was fortunate to be in a good team and Shearer bottled joining a club where he would have won things, come back Bob Wilson and Jimmy Hill
Owenspompey
30/09/2007 12:03:00
0
Why was Matty booked?
storagematt
30/09/2007 12:26:00
0
dissent - and he didnt agree with the penalty disision. the so called "pudits" said absolutley nothing about the game what so ever. it was a real dissopointment
pompeycarpet
30/09/2007 13:25:00
0
nevertheless ive added the motd highlights package to my dvd of the whole match from football first - just for added quality at the end, well goals quality anyway...
pompeyrug
30/09/2007 18:38:00
0
they didnt show much else did they? i think they showed..1 shot per side that didnt go in - the johnson miss, and the penalty. That, compared the the chelski game... a 0-0 draw, ouldnt have been more exciting could it?
pompeycarpet
30/09/2007 19:42:00
0
i dont think of it as 'a johnson miss' mate - it was a fantastic save from the keeper, the best that i have ever witnessed with my own eyes at a game and ive seen alot of games with alot of great saves...
pompeyrug
01/10/2007 00:03:00
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