Boxoffice Premiership Highlights 17th-18th October

October 17, 2009 | Filed Under: Blog, UK Box 
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All fun this weekend as Manchester United got top Chelsea lose at villa and a liverpool fans beach ball helps sunderland win.On a day Harry Redknapp enjoyed a happy return to Portsmouth all the main highlights below video report here

Aston Villa 2 Chelsea 1
James Collins bad defending from set-pieces cost Chelsea today as the leaders fell to a second defeat at villa park.

Didier Drogba’s speculative 30-yard effort bounced over Brad Friedel but Richard Dunne and James Collins powered home headers from unmarked positions to seal victory.

Friedel made up for his error with a series of fine saves from Deco, Nicolas Anelka and Florent Malouda.

Arsenal 3 Birmingham 1

On fire Arsenal stretched their winning run to seven matches as they finally killed off stubborn Birmingham resistance.
It looked ominous for Blues when Robin van Persie smashed home the first and Abou Diaby got a another.

Lee Bowyer gave the visitors hope after keeper Vito Mannone’s error, with van Persie hitting the post before Andrey Arshavin sealed the points with a shot from the edge of the box.

Everton 1 Wolves 1

Diniyar Bilyaletdinov’s very late goal earned Everton a share of the points at home today.
Sylvan Ebanks-Blake twice went close and Tim Howard’s smart save denied Kevin Doyle, while at the other end Wayne Hennessey was also in form.

Hennessey’s long punt forward was pounced on by Doyle as Howard hesitated, but Jo crossed for Bilyaletdinov to equalise before Stefan Maierhofer saw red for fouling Howard.

Man Utd 2 Bolton 1

Antonio Valencia scored his first goal for Manchester United as they returned to the top of the Premier League.
United were ahead early when Zat Knight diverted Michael Owen’s header past his own keeper while Jonny Evans forced a fine save from Jussi Jaaskelainen.

Valencia then fired in and could have scored more if not for the Bolton keeper, before Matthew Taylor’s header hit back to set up a nervous finish.

Sunderland 1 Liverpool 0

Darren Bent’s bizarre goal of the season gave Liverpool their fourth league defeat of the season in a feisty clash.

Bent’s shot hit a liverpool fans inflatable ball thrown from the crowd that deceived keeper Jose Reina and despite all the Liverpool protests the goal stood.

Reina denied on fire Bent hitting a second, before rival bosses Steve Bruce and Rafa Benitez were involved in a furious touchline rant as it all kicked off.

 Benitez  with his view on the fluke goal said the goal should have stood and that was no excuse after a poor result today.

Portsmouth 1 Tottenham 2

New Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp enjoyed a winning return to his old club at Fratton Park.
Aruna Dindane missed a sitter for the hosts before Ledley King headed Spurs in front and Jermain Defoe capped off a fine flowing move.

Kevin-Prince Boateng struck against his old club before Defoe saw red for a needless stamp. Pompey were reduced to 10 men when Michael Brown received a second yellow card for a foul.Rednapp after interview  on the flip side paul hart was not so happy

Rednapp who was not very happy with defoe getting sent off and his attuide

“I was very disappointed with Jermain Defoe, getting sent off and reacting like he did,” he said.

“I said it was a day for cool heads – don’t react if you get fouled, just get on with the game

Stoke 2 West Ham 1

James Beattie scored netted this first goals of the season to earn Stoke a third home victory.

Beattie struck from the penalty spot after Matt Etherington had been brought down by Julien Faubert.

Matthew Upson headed the Hammers level from Mark Noble’s corner, but Beattie earned the hosts victory when he tapped in after Ricardo Fuller’s shot was parried by Robert Green.

Blackburn 3 Burnley 2

Blackburn got the last say in the big derby game today playing Burnley in a very tight game. Robbie Blake netted the Clarets’ first away league goal this season with an unstoppable long-range drive, only for David Dunn to pull it back level.

Franco Di Santo headed Rovers in front and Pascal Chimbonda lofted the ball over Brian Jensen before Chris Eagles made Burnley sweat hitting in a very late goal.

Big sam was very happy – “We are very pleased for ourselves first and foremost, but for the fans as well because there was terrific support,” he told Sky Sports.See video below

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