Boxoffice Premiership Highlights 3rd October

October 3, 2009 | Filed Under: Blog, UK Box Update 

Priemeirship goals Happy days for portsmouth as they get a win at last,united get lucky as they comeback to draw with sunderland.Hull also get a must need win while spurs draw also 2-2 with bolton.

Wolves 0 Portsmouth 1
The on-loan midfielder Hassan Yebda ended Portsmouth’s wait for a Premier League victory.Soccer Saturday video

The big man met Kevin-Prince Boateng’s cross to head home and only a fine save from Wayne Hennessey prevented Aruna Dindane from netting.

Andy Keogh and Kevin Doyle both went very close for Wolves, and the hosts had a penalty appeal waved away after Marc Wilson appeared to handle before David James  made a great save from Greg Halford.This was a must win for  Portsmouth and a result they needed maybe a turning point for them now.Video Below

Man Utd 2 Sunderland 2
Manchester United scored another dramatic late goal but still had to settle for a 2-2 draw against Sunderland at Old Trafford.Sunderland played some good football as the home team had a very poor first half .Bent put sunderland ahead until the second half when Dimitar Berbatov hit a sweet overhead kick to make it 1-1.Sunderland then took the lead once more via a jones header and looks odds on to hold off and win the game.But united never stopped and with sunderland down to 10 men in extra time a Ferdinand own goal saved them.Sunderland played so well and must take great credit for giving united a good game.

Sunderland boss Steve Bruce is frustrated after his side let a 2-1 lead slip in injury time at Old Trafford – and says Kieran Richardson’s red card could have cost them the game. See interview here

Bolton 2 Tottenham 2

Bolton twice allowed the lead to slip from their grasp as spurs battled back to secure a share of the points in an entertaining 2-2 draw. Soccer Saturday video

Chung-Yong Lee’s volley at the back post was parried by Carlo Cudicini and the rebound fell to Ricardo Gardner. But then spurs hit back with new boy Niko Kranjcar

A neat backheel to Tamir Cohen and Kevin Davies met his nice floating cross at the back post to head home to put bolton ahead. But once again moments later Peter Crouch hit the bar and Vedran Corluka hit home and rescued Spurs.Tottenham finished strongly, Lennon surging into the area after linking up with Kranjcar only to see his effort blocked by Sam Ricketts. Redknapp interview

Burnley 2 Birmingham 1

Burnley remain unbeaten at Turf Moor thanks to two second-half strikes to keep their fine record untouched.
Lee Bowyer somehow failed to hit the target despite being just yards from an open goal in the first half, and Blues were made to pay after the interval.Soccer Saturday video

Steven Fletcher fired straight at Joe Hart but the ball flew in and then Andre Bikey beat two men, played a neat one -two and slotted in before Sebastian Larsson’s hit a late reply.Video Below

Hull 2 Wigan 1

Hull City climbed out of the bottom three with a 2-1 victory over Wigan  only their third Premier League victory of 2009 to lift some of the pressure off manager Phil Brown.Soccer Saturday video

Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink headed just wide for the Tigers but finally opened his account when he met Dean Marney’s corner at the near post.

Kamil Zayatte raced half of the field to cross for Geovanni to volley home a sweet second , Sinclair headed home from close range with three minutes to go but the Tigers held on for a priceless win.Video Below

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