Monday, August 24, 2009

Premier League Live

Chelsea have not missed the opportunity to join Tottenham ahead of the Premier League after taking the measure of Fulham (2-0) at the third trick Sunday. The Blues have imitated Manchester United, which did not detail the field of Wigan (5-0), Saturday, and Arsenal won wide Portsmouth (4-1) in his garden at the Emirates. In closing, Liverpool will try to keep pace with the other inmates of the Big Four receiving Aston Villa at Anfield on Monday. Premier League Live

Monday at 20 hours

Liverpool - Aston Villa

In Liverpool, the departure of Xabi Alonso to Real Madrid has left a great vacuum characterized by a first missed appointment at Tottenham Spurs at the start of the Premier League. Yet men of Rafael Benitez reacted in the wake at Anfield in easily with Stoke City (4-0). Deprived of Skrtel and Agger in central defense for several weeks, the Reds must be wary of Villans, looking for redemption after their reverse against Wigan, which should proceed by cons-attack on the field for Liverpool. Last season's teammates Steven Gerrard had inflicted a severe correction (5-0) training in Birmingham.

Sunday at 17 hours

Fulham 0-2 Chelsea

With two wins in as many outings, Chelsea did not miss his Premier League debut. Winners in midweek in the field of Sunderland (3-1), the Carlo Ancelotti's men have again demonstrated the highest efficiency during their Sunday outing. Opposed neighbor London Fulham, Chelsea took advantage of the excellent provisions of the dyad Anelka-Drogba to garner three points. Well served by the French, the Ivorian went wrong Schwarzer with a shot right cross before the break (39e). In the second act, the former Marseille returns the favor to the player trained at PSG and the Habs did not tremble when challenging the last bulwark of Cottagers (76e). After the perfect start to the course, Chelsea is more than ever for the title.

Saturday at 16 hours

Arsenal 4-1 Portsmouth Match

The summer ballad continues the Gunners. One week after correcting Everton (6-1) and four days after the precious victory obtained in the field of Celtic (2-0) in dams move the Champions League, the men of Arsène Wenger did not fail the an opportunity to confirm their good deal of time at Portsmouth. In a match started one way, Arsenal lit the first match with the French international Abou Diaby. Magnificently served by Eduardo, the former Auxerre was the window of James (18th). Four minutes later, the lanky midfielder was offered twice in concluding a flash smoothly cons led by Fabregas and Eboue (22). Serene Arsenal lifted his foot and Pompey took advantage when Kabul rose higher qu'Almunia on a free kick from Belhadj (37e). Portsmouth, experiencing a severe economic crisis, then scored his first away goal since November 8, 2008 ...

After the break, training London lost Fabregas but even without his captain the Gunners continued their demonstration. Gallas felt grown wings by registering with a bit of luck his third goal in as many matches, following a free kick from Arshavin extended by Van Persie and Vermaelen (51e). The addition was even laced with hope Welsh Ramsey pounced on caviar Van Persie to score his first goal in the Premier League (68e). Arsenal ran its advantage late in the game to finally afford a huge success in a message he will take over the Gunners this season.
Scored twice, Rooney has helped MU to correct Wigan (5-0). (Reuters)

Wigan 0-5 Manchester United

The return of Nemanja Vidic has done well in the ranks of triple champion of England. Surprised in the middle of the week on the lawn of promoted Burnley (1-0), the Reds have improved the bar against Wigan. Nine minutes were enough men to Sir Alex Ferguson to clinch a huge success. On a center of Valencia, Rooney found the net head (56e) to sign his one hundredth implemented under the Red Devils jersey. The England striker was offered even doubled by taking a pass from Berbatov (65e). Meanwhile, the Bulgarian was at stake by deceiving his goal magnificently Kirkland (58th). Late in the game, the joker deluxe, Michael Owen, opened his counter on service Nani (85e). The Portuguese put the icing on the cake Mancunian with a fine free-kick (90 +2 e). After this escapade on the side of Broadwood Stadium, Man U has accomplished its mission: to reassure themselves and finally start his season.

Other matches:

Saturday at 16 hours

Birmingham City 0-0 Stoke
Hull City 1-0 Bolton
Man City 1-0 Wolverhampton
Sunderland 2-1 Blackburn

Sunday at 14:30

West Ham 1-2 Tottenham

Sunday at 16 hours

Burnley 1-0 Everton

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