Boxoffice Premiership Highlights 21st November

November 21, 2009 | Filed Under: Blog, UK Box Update 

skrytel-goal Liverpool and manchester city draw in a open match at anfield as Chelsea March on, sunderland shook arsenal, while burnley and villa both draw in their home games today.

 

 

 

 

 

Liverpool 2 Man City 2

Liverpool and Manchester City shared a thrilling 2-2 draw in their Premier League clash with all four goals coming in the second half of the game.Yossi Benayoun rescued a point for Liverpool as Manchester City secured their sixth successive draw.

Martin Skrtel turned in Steven Gerrard’s fine free-kick for the hosts which was his first ever goal in a liverpool shirt.

City soon hit back from a unmarked Emmanuel Adebayor levelled with a header, Stephen Ireland then finished off a fine move to put City ahead before Benayoun equalised from close in after David Ngog’s cross was deflected .

Chelsea 4 Wolves 0

Chelsea cruise to another home convincing win. They move for now at eight points clear at the top of the Premier League.
Chelsea set a new club record of 12 straight wins at home as the leaders ruthlessly dismantled Wolves.

Florent Malouda ran unchallenged from the centre circle to drill in the first , before Michael Essien nodded in Malouda’s near-post corner .

Essien fired in a third under keeper Wayne Hennessey’s despairing dive and also hit the bar, with Joe Cole’s low shot completing the rout.

 

Hull City 3 West Ham 3

Hull City’s 10 men held out for a point after a stirring first-half fightback by the tigers.

Guillermo Franco nodded West Ham ahead (5) and Jack Collison added a second with a looping header (11), before Jimmy Bullard’s free-kick deflected in off Carlton Cole as Hull hit back.

Kamil Zayatte volleyed the hosts level  and Bullard netted from the spot , but Bernard Mendy saw red and Manuel Da Costa levelled.

Sunderland 1 Arsenal 0

Arsenal lost ground on the league chelsea after Darren Bent’s winner ended their seven-match unbeaten run today.

The goal came when the ball ricocheted off Fraizer Campbell to Bent, who just reached the ball before keeper Manuel Almunia to fire it home.

Sunderland keeper Martin Fulop had made a great save to deny Tomas Rosicky, while Andrei Arshavin had a chance late on for the Gunners but fired just wide.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger was frustrated that his side did not perform to their usual high standards at the Stadium of Light. See Video

Burnley 1 Aston Villa 1England striker Emile Heskey headed a late equaliser for Villa who were kept in the game by keeper Brad Friedel.

Substitute Heskey got on the end of James Milner’s cross to nod home his first goal of the season.

Skipper Steven Caldwell had put Burnley ahead with his first goal since March 21, before veteran Friedel made stunning saves to prevent Robbie Blake and Steven Fletcher doubling the lead.
Martin O’Neill thought Burnley adapted far better to the poor conditions at Turf Moor but was happy that his side dug deep to grind out a draw See Video

Man Utd 3 Everton 0
Darren Fletcher helped united get their title bid back on track with victory over Everton.

Darren Fletcher gave the champions the lead with a wonder volley into the top corner after Antonio Valencia headed back Patrice Evra’s cross.

Michael Carrick placed his shot low past Tim Howard to double the lead from a Ryan Giggs cutback, and Valencia sealed the points with a deflected shot over the diving Howard.

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