Swansea City 0 Watford 1 Carling Cup

November 11, 2008

Watford overcame championship rivals Swansea City 1-0 while Championship side Derby County edged League One Leeds United 2-1.Williamson was on target for the second time in three days against Swansea to earn Watford a place in the Carling Cup quarter-finals.

The midfielder, who broke his duck for the season in Sunday’s Coca-Cola Championship defeat at the Liberty Stadium, made no mistake with a 21st-minute effort to exact some revenge in tonight’s quick-fire

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Fulham 2 Newcastle 1

November 9, 2008

Goals by Andrew Johnson and Danny Murphy put an end to Newcastle’s recent revival as Fulham ran out 2-1 winners at Craven Cottage.Goals Danny Murphy’s 100th league goal secured the win for Fulham, who climb from 19th to 10th in the table.

The midfielder’s well-placed penalty, after Andrew Johnson was felled by defender Fabricio Coloccini , came after a spell of Newcastle pressure which saw Shola Ameobi equalise .

The hosts had much the better of the first half, though they could not add to Johnson’s close-range opener

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Manchester City 1 Tottenham 2

November 9, 2008

Tottenham manage to hold onto their lead move of the bottom of the table. Harry Redknapp remains undefeated during his four game reign at White Hart Lane and memories of the winless opening eight games are fading fast around North London.Darren Bent’s brace kept up Tottenham’s revival against nine-man City and saw them move out of the bottom three.

Robinho fired City ahead before Gelson Fernandes saw red for two yellow cards while Bent capitalised on a Richard Dunne error to level it.

Bent took Jermaine Jenas’s ball to fire in off a post .Dunne was sent off for fouling Bent before Benoit Assou-Ekotto saw red for Spurs

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Aston Villa 1 Middlesbrough 2

November 9, 2008

Middlesbrough snatch victory at the death after a dreadful mistake from Steven Sidwell hands Tuncay the chance to win it for the visitors. Tuncay Sanli’s late goal sealed the win for Middlesbrough – despite the Tees men being second best at Villa Park.

Boro took the lead when Nicky Shorey’s mistake allowed Tuncay to pounce ,only for Steve Sidwell to level three minutes later with a header.

Ross Turnbull denied Ashley Young and James Milner, while Afonso Alves missed a sitter from close range, before Tuncay pounced on Sidwell’s error

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