Boxoffice Premiership Highlights 24th October

October 24, 2009 | Filed Under: Blog, UK Box Update 

stoke-win Chelsea thrash blackburn as Burnley lose their 100% home record to wigan.Birmingham win and stoke stun spurs,while wolves and hull can only manage draws in todays premiership games. Latest video report here Highlights below

Chelsea 5 Blackburn 0

Frank Lampard  hit two as on fire Chelsea ran riot over Blackburn at stamford bridge today to return to the top of the Premier League.

It all started from poor Gael Givet who turned the ball into his own goal to put the hosts ahead and Lampard smashed in another after very good work from Didier Drogba to double the lead .Michael Essien struck a long-range stunner from 30 yards in between Lampard’s goals while Didier Drogba added this own to cap a fine performance from Carlo Ancelotti’s side and knock Manchester United off the top of the table for now.

Burnley 1 Wigan 3 Striker Hugo Rodallega hit  twice as Burnley surrendered their 100% home record in the Premier League to wigan.

The Clarets took the lead when Steven Fletcher slid in Robbie Blake’s cross via the underside of the bar .

Latics levelled when Rodallega tapped in easy after home keeper Brian Jensen twisted his ankle and fell , before the Colombian got his second and Emmerson Boyce swept in a third  a good win for the away side.

Hull 0 Portsmouth 0

Keeper Boaz Myhill earned his side a valuable point with two wonderful saves in this no score draw at hull which both sides really needed the 3 points. Phil Brown after the game interview

Home striker Jozy Altidore was left out after arriving late and watched a poor first half in which Dean Marney’s off-target shot was the highlight.

Myhill was called into action after the break as Pompey improved, the American-born stopper saving Aruna Dindane and Hassan Yebda’s close-range efforts.

Wolves 1 Aston Villa 1

New boy Sylvan Ebanks-Blake netted his first Premier League goal of the season to guide Wolves to a share the points in the West Midlands derby .

Ebanks-Blake powered home a penalty after Steve Sidwell took out Michael Kightly in the box .

Aston Villa had opened the scoring when Emile Heskey played in Gabriel Agbonlahor to fire home , just eight minutes after coming off the bench.

Tottenham 0 Stoke 1

Sylvan Ebanks-BlakeGlenn Whelan snatched a very  late winner after a inspired Stoke keeper Steve Simonsen had kept Tottenham at day.

The 30-year-old was a late replacement for Thomas Sorensen and fully justified his inclusion with saves from Peter Crouch, Robbie Keane and Aaron Lennon in the game.

James Beattie cleared off the line from Crouch, while a shot from Niko Kranjcar struck the post before midfielder stoke hit when Whelan fired home a late winner to the joy of the home fans .

Birmingham 2 Sunderland 1

Sunderland boss Steve Bruce endured a miserable afternoon at his former club who ended a run of four defeats.

Blues went close when Christian Benitez had a shot parried by Craig Gordon but took the lead as Liam Ridgewell bundled in Sebastian Larsson’s free-kick .

James McFadden got a crucial second when he fired in Cameron Jerome’s flick , before Scott Danns conceded an own goal to give Sunderland hope .

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