Category Archives: FA Premier League
Saturday 5th May 2012 Arsenal 3-3 Norwich City Norwich City substitute Steve Morison scored a late goal to earn his side a dramatic draw in a thrilling Barclays Premier League match at Arsenal. Arsenal led after 65 seconds when Yossi Benayoun curled in a shot from the edge of the area, but Norwich responded well with Wes […]
Chelsea 0-2 Newcastle United Papiss Cisse scored two outstanding goals to earn Newcastle a crucial win at Chelsea. Cisse opened the scoring with an instinctive finish from the edge of the area and there were further chances in the opening half with Florent Malouda heading just wide for Chelsea and Newcastle’s Demba Ba firing a shot against […]
Stoke City 1-1 Everton Everton survived some early Stoke pressure and took the lead just before the break when Tony Hibbert’s cross was deflected into his own net by Stoke striker Peter Crouch – the 1,000th top flight goal this season. The Potters levelled after the break following a triple substitution by boss Tony Pulis, […]
Manchester City 1-0 Manchester United Vincent Kompany scored the only goal as Manchester City beat title rivals Manchester United to go top of the Barclays Premier League. Kompany rose above the Manchester United defence to head in from a David Silva centre in first-half injury-time. City striker Sergio Aguero twice went close in the opening period, volleying […]
Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Blackburn Rovers Tottenham moved back into fourth place in the table with a comfortable win over struggling Blackburn in the Barclays Premier League. Rafael van der Vaart opened the scoring from close range midway through the first half after Gareth Bale’s effort had been cleared off the line, while William Gallas headed against the […]
Wigan Athletic 4-0 Newcastle United A fantastic first-half display secured Wigan a thumping win over Newcastle United, boosting their prospects of Barclays Premier League survival. The Latics’ biggest League win of the season helped them move three points clear of the drop zone – and hit the Magpies’ hopes of Champions League qualification.