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Birmingham 0 - Portsmouth 2 - Stats

Birmingham
0 - 2
Portsmouth

St Andrews

Sat 24-11-07, 3pm

Attendance: 22089

Referee:

BirminghamPortsmouth
Sulley Muntari 33, Niko Kranjcar 81
Richard Kingson     David James    
Stephen Kelly     Glen Johnson    
Johan Djourou     Sol Campbell    
Liam Ridgewell     Sylvain Distin    
Rafael Schmitz     Noe Pamarot    
Daniel De Ridder     John Utaka     80
Fabrice Muamba     Sean Davis    
Mehdi Nafti     Sulley Muntari    
Gary McSheffrey     74 Niko Kranjcar    
Olivier Kapo     Papa Bouba Diop    
Mikael Forssell     Benjani    
Substitutes
Maik Taylor     Jamie Ashdown    
Sebastien Larsson     Matty Taylor     80
Garry O'Connor     74 Pedro Mendes    
Franck Queudrue     David Nugent    
Stuart Parnaby     Hermann Hreidarsson    
Game Statistics
4
Goal Attempts
19
3
On Target
11
4
Corners
4
19
Fouls
21
3
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
47
%
53

Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Saturday November 24 2007
Time: 5:07PM

Comments

0
Keeping up with the pack nicely, well done lads! Away form is really something to be proud of at the moment.
Tantona
24/11/2007 17:30:00
0
only gutter is another yellow for davis
paultsmouth
24/11/2007 18:07:00
0
who would have thought that the away form would be the thing that would really be setting our season alight... if we can start turning the draws into wins at the fortress god only knows where we might finish this season!
pompeyrug
24/11/2007 19:05:00
0
Were we away from home today? The support was amazing, and it was great to see another load of home supporters on their way home before the final whistle, great day and a great result.
Owenspompey
24/11/2007 19:32:00
0
watching the game, i dont recll hearing a single word from the birmingham suporters all game, whilst the pompey supporters were constantly singing...but then, that could just be the position of the microphone...
pompeycarpet
24/11/2007 23:32:00
0
Interesting Stat 19 goal attempts with 11 on target...shows the domination. We seem to replicating Liverpool (a force on the road but failing to put teams by the sword on home soil)....maybe next week but not easy meat once again. Well not meat at all really...maybe sticky toffees.
pompeygray
25/11/2007 03:29:00
0
Davis for all his excellent work is rattling up the bookings. He has had a one match ban for 5 yellows. I think he has got another 3, two more & that's a 2 match ban. We'll be short of Diop & Sulley for 6-8 weeks in the New Year. We need SD playing.
storagematt
25/11/2007 08:59:00
0
Agree strorage although it's part of his game its almost as if I hope he gets booked twice agin soon so he can serve any suspension before the ACN .. He's been a cracking player for us this year .. who would have thought it.
Chix
25/11/2007 09:10:00
0
Away form is really something else isn't it .. we just keep racking up the points and sticking with the pack - I think the top four (despite Man u's slip up) will be there or thereabouts then with us , Villa, Man City Blackburn and Everton and maybe West Ham or Spurs you've already got the top ten.... What happens then is anybodys guess.. but as long as we keep banging them in we will be up there..... We're all going on a european tour ... Hopefully !
Chix
25/11/2007 09:14:00
0
im sticking to my theory that at least 1 new team will break into the top 4... whilst im not expecting it to be pompey of course, the longer we stay there or thereabouts the better chance we have of doing so.
pompeyrug
25/11/2007 14:16:00
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