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Thursday, April 18, 2013

Premier League l The recent past Results


Manchester United could not get the equalizer on his visit to West Ham ( 2-2 ) in one of the meetings adjourned the twenty ninth day of the Premier League, who also worked triumph has left Manchester City to a ambitious Wigan ( 1-0 ) and Chelsea's win over Fulham ( 0-3 ).
At Craven Cottage, and the two central goals (David Luiz and John Terry), Chelsea snatched third place in the table after beating Arsenal without fanfare to Fulham was superior in many phases of the game. The home side posed a purely offensive drawing and got into more of a problem the whole 'blue' in the first half.
When Benitez suffered to overcome the enormous pressure exerted by the opponent, David Luiz appeared to establish the lead through an unstoppable cannon, a great goal from home that is confirming as one of the most promising goal in the world .
Shortly before half-time when Fulham had not dropped their arms, Chelsea punished the home side's second goal of the night. Mata, from outside the area, took a brilliant pass to Terry, who was waiting at the far post to chop the ball and send it to the back of the net.Already in the second half, the captain finished off a header goal Fernando Torres put directly on goal.

Incomplete Comeback United

The Sir Alex Ferguson, who already have the league almost its power, took another blow on the table to overcome grief at Upton Park. The United began the match Vaz Te something asleep and took advantage of this little slump to head home the first goal of the night. The set cost him greatly Manchester overcome the pressure of the local computer, but at the half hour mark, was able to establish the tie thanks to a nice team move.
De Gea catches the ball before Carroll.  (EFE)
De Gea catches the ball before Carroll
Kagawa produced half goal with a great cut and perfect attendance and Valencia, who arrived alone and not empty failed to score his first goal of the season. However, Fulham did not shrink and, as in the second part, Diamé regained the lead in solving well against De Gea a play poorly defended by the United. Rooney, who for this game returned to its usual position by partnering with Van Persie on the line of attack, was on the verge of tying the contest.
The one who did was the Dutchman who used a cannon in the area to beat West Ham goalkeeper possible offside. The reaction of the United not finish and get 'Red Devils' were only able to score a point that does not complicate a league that is virtually won, but his victory chant delayed somewhat.

The 'trial' of the end for City

At the Etihad Stadium, Manchester City defeated by the minimum in a test of what will be the next final of the FA Cup Forgotten the league title, the table 'citizien' wanted to focus on the Cup to decorate their windows with a trophy this season, but I could not risk losing the second position of the table. To do this, did what he could to defeat the Spanish Wigan Roberto Martinez after the defeat, will have to work hard to save the category.
Carlos Tevez, with Paul Scharner.  (AFP)
Carlos Tevez, with Paul Scharner
After a first half with few chances in which Hart had saved his team with a stop for framing, Wigan was much more ambitious in the second period. The Roberto Martínez, badly in need of points to escape the relegation zone, dominated clearly and eagerly sought goal but, with seven minutes left, Tevez sent the ball into the top corner. In the end, the favorable outcome for the City did not reflect what happened in a stadium where he was the one who put the game Wigan.

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