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Portsmouth 0 - Man City 0 - Stats

Portsmouth
0 - 0
Man City

Fortress Fratton

Mon 11-11-07, 4pm

Attendance: 19529

Referee:

PortsmouthMan City
David James     Joe Hart    
Glen Johnson     Vedran Corluka    
Sol Campbell     Micah Richards    
Sylvain Distin     Richard Dunne    
Noe Pamarot     Javier Garrido    
John Utaka     45 Stephen Ireland    
Sean Davis     Dietmar Hamann    
Sulley Muntari     Fernandes Gelson    
Niko Kranjcar     Martin Petrov    
Kanu     63 Elano     90
Benjani     Darius Vassell     89
Substitutes
Jamie Ashdown     Andreas Isaksson    
Matty Taylor     45 Michael Ball    
Pedro Mendes     Geovanni    
David Nugent     63 Rolando Bianchi     89
Hermann Hreidarsson     Georgios Samaras     90
Game Statistics
22
Goal Attempts
10
10
On Target
5
10
Corners
1
11
Fouls
7
1
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
0
53
%
47

Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Sunday November 11 2007
Time: 8:11PM

Comments

0
those stats speak for themselves...22 shots to 10. 10 on target, to 5. 10 corners to 1. but how did we not score?
pompeycarpet
11/11/2007 21:06:00
0
Keepers are playing blinders at the Fortress except for Hannaman. That does not help and the change of formation back to 4-4-2 didn't work either. Three 0-0 draws in four home games - the other finished 7-4!! Funny game football:-)
eastneydave
11/11/2007 21:17:00
0
The match was a though match,all our players tried and we had the possession,it was a very interesting match and i am impressed.but i am worried about kanu's injury.is it that bad?and are we going to miss him for long?
tozopompey
11/11/2007 21:23:00
0
ive written a match report fellas, but for some reason i am unable to punlish it at the moment... done it 3 times now, but it wont show up for some reason?
pompeyrug
11/11/2007 21:30:00
0
I predicted 1-1. Always going to be a tough one to crack. If not for the keeper & the woodwork, it would have been a wonderful 3 pts. Whatever we have done to upset lady luck at FP, we apologise. Please come back.
storagematt
11/11/2007 21:52:00
0
City did very well today. They kept possession well and when we were in possession they hurried us into silly mistakes. Benji was outmuscled, Nugent was once again unlucky, Kanu was unfit, Muntari wasn't concentrating and Davis lacked the freedom Diop gives him. The plus point of the game was Glen Johnson. At times he was simply awesome.
stillthewhizz
11/11/2007 22:28:00
0
credit where due to city - they came to do a job and did it... luck deserted us, but we will have to get used to this when we play at the fortress, teams will come with a plan like this more often than not.
pompeyrug
11/11/2007 22:50:00
0
all the keepers who have come here have played well, bar hanaman, who in all fairness, didnt make that many mistakes, we were just 100 percent clinical.
PompeyGleamer
12/11/2007 16:23:00
0
hahnemann didnt really have a bad game did he and did make a couple of fantastic saves didnt he, his save from glen johnson is probably one of the best saves i have ever seen and am ever likely to see...
pompeyrug
12/11/2007 22:04:00
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