Boxoffice Premiership Highlights 12 – 14 September

September 12, 2009 | Filed Under: Blog, UK Box Update 
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Manchester City Raised the Bar with a great home win beating arsenal 4-2  while ADEBAYOR had his own personal glory over the arsenal fans .

Man City 4 Arsenal 2

Gunners keeper Manuel Almunia conceded an own goal and although Robin van Persie levelled , Adebayor and Shaun Wright-Phillips  hit back to put City on top, before Tomas Rosicky’s goal .Adebayor is set to face an inquiry into his goal celebration after helping to defeat his former club he run the whole pitch and did his famous pitch slide right at them. have passed their first big test of the season albeit under controversial circumstances.

Robin Van Persie also claims Man City striker Emmanuel Adebayor deliberately injured him during Arsenal’s defeat at Eastlands.See Adebayor’s interview here

Liverpool 4 Burnley 0Liverpool thrashed poor burnley tonday Israel playmaker Yossi Benayoun was the star of the show netted a hat-trick and made the other as Burnley’s away-day misery continued. 

Benayoun put the Reds ahead after a strong run and low finish before his shot was parried by keeper Brian Jensen but Dirk Kuyt tapped home.

Jensen made saves from Lucas and Steven Gerrard, but could not prevent Benayoun firing home a third  before a low shot completed his hatrick .Liverpool now move into fourth for the moment.See Rafa’s after interview here

Tottenham 1 Manchester Utd 3Ten-man Manchester United ended Tottenham’s 100% start to the season.

Jermain Defoe’s scored a stunning overhead kick after just under 1 minute of play but the champions showed pure fight with Ryan Giggs socring a great free-kick and Anderson arrowed in from 18 yards to fight back in the first half

Paul Scholes received a second booking and Spurs’ Peter Crouch headed against the bar, but Wayne Rooney cut inside to fire under Cudicini to put united in control even with ten men.See Giggs after interview here. Spurs boss Harry Redknapp is disappointed his players were unable to capitalise when Manchester United were reduced to 10 men in the second half see his video

Portsmouth 2 Bolton 3Portsmouth’s bad start continued Gary Cahill’s late strike earned Bolton maximum points at Fratton Park.

Tamir Cohen smashed home to give the Trotters the lead but Portsmouth levelled with Younes Kaboul’s header before Matthew Taylor’s penalty put the visitors back ahead .

Kevin-Prince Boateng looked to have earned a point by drilling under Jussi Jaaskelainen but Cahill nodded calmly home to seal the win .Bolton manager Gary Megson says he would have been disappointed to leave Fratton Park without the three points see video here

Stoke 1 Chelsea 2

A last-gasp goals from Florent Malouda earned Chelsea the  points and kept their 100% record this season.

Abdoulaye Faye had nodded Stoke ahead after some bad goalkeeping from Petr Cech but the visitors drew level when Didier Drogba smashed home from just outside the box .

The Blues pushed forward late on throwing everything at  poor stoke who defended so well in the game and got their reward when Malouda’s low shot proved too powerful for the outstretched Thomas Sorensen .

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This gets our Boxoffice award for best Goal Celebration for stoke city


Sunderland 4 Hull 1

A Goal from in form Darren Bent helped Sunderland to a comfortable home win.

The striker netted his first from the spot after Craig Fagan had handled but Hull levelled when Kamil Zayatte headed into the bottom corner .

Reid put the Black Cats back in front with a drilled shot and Bent capitalised on some lax defending for his second  before Zayatte’s own goal sealed the win.

Wigan 1 West Ham 0

Rodallega’s strike was enough to give Wigan their first home win of the season.

Chances were few and far between before the break but Hammers goalkeeper Robert Green had to be at full stretch to deny Rodallega’s deflected shot.

The striker broke the deadlock by poking home when Jason Koumas’ effort was parried into his path. Alessandro Diamanti went close to an equaliser by smashing against the post.

Birmingham 0 A Villa 1
Gabriel Agbonlahor’s header proved to be cruel punishment for Birmingham in the first Midlands derby of the season.

The game appeared set to end goalless as Keith Fahey and Lee Carsley went close with curling efforts, while Steve Sidwell headed tamely at Joe Hart and James Milner wasted chances for Villa.

But substitute John Carew headed a free-kick into Agbonlahor’s path and he obliged by nodding past Hart to get the killer goal.See after interview here

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