Boxoffice Premiership Highlights 4th October

October 4, 2009 | Filed Under: Blog 
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Priemeirship goals Liverpool lose at chelsea as arsenal hit blackburn for six while west ham and everton both draw at home.

Chelsea 2 Liverpool 0
Chelsea got a much needed home win today playing liverpool in the top of the table clash. Nicola Anelka scored the first set up very well from a drogba cross. Liverpool tried to find a way back into the match after Nicola Anelka’s opener but the Chelsea defence stood firm well into the second half.Rafa Benitez gives his reaction

Glen Johnson fired over the bar against his former club, while Steven Gerrard was denied by a crucial tackle from Ashley Cole when in on goal.
Chelsea then scored again on the break Florent Malouda this time again set up by drogba.Chelsea held on a late attack as there was still time for Benayoun to fire just wide and Gerrard to force another fine save out of Hilario. Drogba and Hilario interview

Ancelotti’s men took full advantage of Manchester United’s unexpected home draw with Sunderland to move back to the top of the premiership ahead of the international break.Carlo Ancelotti gives his reaction

Arsenal 6 Blackburn 2
Arsenal shrugged off an early setback to win in a storming eight-goal thriller.

Goals from Steven Nzonzi’s and David Dunn’s deflected shot twice saw Rovers take the lead, but goals from Thomas Vermaelen ,Robin van Persie and Andrey Arshavin made it 3-2.

Cesc Fabregas super half-volley and Theo Walcott gave Arsenal a three-goal advantage before Nicklas Bendtner’s curling shot sealed it at the end.Henry thoughts on the game
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger paid tribute to Cesc Fabregas after watching his side fire six past Blackburn.

Fabregas  scored one and help set up four today see video below also see Sam Allradyce  thoughts here

West Ham 2 Fulham 2

Junior Stanislas strike earned West Ham a last minute share of the spoils.
Carlton Cole headed home to put the Hammers in front before Fulham had Kagisho Dikacoi sent off after a clash with Scott Parker.

Danny Murphy levelled from the penalty spot after Matthew Upson had fouled Diomansy Kamara and Zoltan Gera volleyed home before Stanislas’ deflected shot sealed a point.Fulham manager Roy Hodgson was less then happy

Everton 1 Stoke 1
Everton had to come behind for a point despite their dominance at Goodison.

Robert Huth powered in a Matthew Etherington corner but Leon Osman, whose drive had forced Thomas Sorensen into a fine save, curled in a superb strike off the bar from 20 yards. Moyes interview

Diniyar Bilyaletdinov wasted two shots and Tim Cahill’s header was easily saved, while Ricardo Fuller and Rory Delap missed at the other end.

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