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Sunday, December 2, 2012

Premier League Today Story l The United wins the madness of Reading and leverages the pitfalls of City and Chelsea

After a vibrant fifteenth day of Premier the 'Red Devils' three-point advantages over their neighbors City and sag almost definitely the title race to Chelsea, who conceded their first defeat with Rafa Benitez on the bench and now number seven games without a victory.
The 'blues' staged the first surprise of the evening after falling 3-1 at West Ham after a first time clear dominance of Benitez, who went out in the restart and were overwhelmed by an opponent much more incisive.
The start of the game looked promising for Chelsea who took the lead after 13 minutes thanks to a Fernando Torres uncheck the Spanish who attended his compatriot Juan Mata to score the first goal of the team since the arrival of Benitez.
However, the Blues, led by Juan Mata masterful at baseline, were unable to seize the many occasions they created in the first half and paid dearly in the second half when West Ham was very superior.
England's Carlton Cole when Mohamed Diame to play and Modibo Maiga in the final minutes decried the lack of resolution of Chelsea already has seven games without a win and is just ten points from the first position.
Part of madness for the United
Very different situation lived United, which was consolidated as leader of the Premier with 36 points after a festival show attacking football in the first half against Reading, second-bottom.
After 35 minutes of play, the 'Red Devils' were placed 3-4 on the scoreboard after that came to dominate his rivals by 1-0 and 3-2 in a crazy party phase in which the defenses were conspicuously absence.
However, despite the bravery of Reading, England's Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie moved like fish in the water in that battle without trenches and managed to put his team ahead before going to rest, a result that and maintained until the final whistle.
The City lost two important points
The victory allowed United to distance in the table three points behind their neighbors in the City, who paid his lack of aggressiveness in the last minute and gave a home draw against Everton.
The Belgian Marouane Fellaini ahead of the "toffee" to the half hour mark after a cross from Leighton Baines, but ten minutes later Carlos Tevez put the final tables in the scoring by converting a penalty committed on Bosnian Edin Dzeko, who had entered the eleven instead of Sergio Aguero.
Chime of Swansea at the Emirates
He also surprised the 'Spanish' Swansea Michael Laudrup that with a 'Michu' star was placed as top scorer in the Premier, silenced the Emirates Stadium thanks to two goals from the Spaniard in the final minutes that Arsenal dismantled.
The Gunners, with Spanish Santi Cazorla less influential than usual, were hit by a Swansea who took the field ready to argue with the ball and not give up their attacking style that gave them victory in the moments end by a doublet 'Michu'.
With this new defeat, Arsène Wenger consummate their worst start to the season and are in tenth place with 21 points, just two ahead of Liverpool who won the Southampton low and gradually gets closer to the fight for European places.
For its part, the arch rival of the Gunners, Tottenham, stormed the area to the detriment of the amazing Champions West Bromwich to win by 0-3 to Fulham which is far from the level shown in recent years.

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