Boxoffice Premiership Highlights 19th September

September 19, 2009 | Filed Under: UK Box Update 
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Another day of great premiership action with  plenty of goals and gossip.Burnley hit the top flight of the premiership with a 3-1 win playing sunderland in the early kick off.

David Nugent had a great start with his new team as he scored two goals on his home debut.Burnley continued their fine Premier League form at Turf Moor.
Anton Ferdinand clumsily fouled Wade Elliott and Graham Alexander powered in the penalty, Darren Bent fired in his fifth goal this term season.
Nugent came off the bench to head in a probing Elliott cross before finishing a fine team move, turning three players and curling in .

Burnley 3-1 Sunderland – Coyle Reaction

Aston Villa 2 Portsmouth 0
Portsmouth’s struggles continued as Villa eased to a comfortable win as villa look on the up after a string of wins.

James Milner broke the deadlock from the penalty spot after Nadir Belhadj fouled Stiliyan Petrov and Gabriel Agbonlahor slid to score the second via the inside of the post.

Pompey pressed in the second half but could not find a way through, Stiliyan Petrov and Richard Dunne blocking shots from Kevin-Prince Boateng.

Aston Villa 2-0 Portsmouth – Hart Interview

Arsenal 4 Wigan 0

New boy Thomas Vermaelen struck twice as Arsenal cruised to victory.Robin van Persie twice shot wide before his corner was powered in by Vermaelen with Eduardo Da Silva then failing to convert his strike partner’s mishit.

Vermaelen curled home a fine second and, after Eduardo hit a post, his follow-up was deflected in by Emmanuel Eboue. Nicklas Bendtner crossed for Cesc Fabregas to make it a sweet home win for the gunners

Arsenal 4-0 Wigan – Wenger Video
West Ham 2 Liverpool 3
West Ham came from behind twice before Fernando Torres had the final say as it rained goals at upton park
The Spain striker put Liverpool ahead with a superb solo effort , before new signing Alessandro Diamanti levelled for the hosts from the spot .

Dirk Kuyt got the final touch on Steven Gerrard’s goal-bound header only for Carlton Cole to head home on the stroke of half-time.Liverpool picked up the points with torrres on target again with the third and his second on the night.

Bolton 1 Stoke 1

Matt Taylor’s late late penalty earned Bolton a dramatic point.

Stoke went close in the first half when Glenn Whelan’s free-kick was well saved while Ricardo Fuller was booked for falling under Gavin McCann’s challenge.
Dave Kitson broke the deadlock with a calm turn and finish and Zat Knight lashed over when well placed but Danny Collins’ foul on Sam Ricketts allowed Taylor to level matters.Kitson seems to be on fire this season.

Bolton 1-1 Stoke – Pulis

Hull 0 Birmingham 1

Garry O’Connor headed Birmingham to a crucial victory at the KC Stadium.
Hull keeper Boaz Myhill saved from new boy Christian Benitez and Andy Dawson denied Barry Ferguson from the rebound, before Jozy Altidore’s mishit allowed the Blues’ Stuart Parnaby to block.Hull now in a spot of trouble but things may change that need to

Myhill made a point-blank save from Lee Bowyer but was powerless when O’Connor met Keith Fahey’s corner . Hull’s Ibrahima Sonko hit the bar late on in the game.

Hull 0-1 Birmingham – Mcleish interview

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