Sunday, January 15, 2012

Swansea Arsenal Forced to his knees

Swansea - The big surprise came at the Liberty Stadium. Swansea successfully beat Arsenal 3-2. Seeing the way Swansea play, the victory was so they deserve.
Swansea goals scored by Scott Sinclair penalty in the 16th minute, Nathan Dyer in the 57th minute, and Danny Graham in the 70th minute. Meanwhile, the Gunners are scorer Robin van Persie in the fifth minute and Theo Walcott in the 69th minute.
Premier League match at Liberty Stadium on Sunday (1/15/2012), looked forward to all the people because he wanted to see if the fairy tale Thierry Henry will continue. However, Arsene Wenger decided to keep Henry on the bench.
Surprisingly, Wenger lowers Benayoun in the first minute instead of Tomas Rosicky. In the post-back wings, Wenger had no choice but to reduce Johan Djourou and Ignasi Miquel in the right wing and left-back. On the front lines, Andrei Arshavin Wenger was chosen to accompany Theo Walcott and Van Persie.
Arshavin is the creator of the first goal for the Gunners. Bait Van Persie completed groundbreaking work at close range with his right foot. That is the goal of the 18th Van Persie in the Premier League this season.
At the time everybody thought the Gunners would win easily, Swansea it slowly began to take over the game. The result, violations of Aaron Ramsey to Nathan Dyer inside the penalty box forbidden fruit. Successful execution Sinclair breaking goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny.
After a score draw, Swansea players even more excited to provide resistance. Statistics from ESPN gamecast showed that children care Brendan Rogers is superior in ball possession in the ratio 61 percent versus 39 percent. It was Arsenal's possession lowest since 2006/2007 season.
Unfortunately, even more dominant, the Swansea players fail near the penalty box for the Gunners. Of the four experimental shots, only two times the right Swansea kick towards goal, including a penalty kick. Consequently, when referee Michael Oliver a long whistle sounded, the score remained 1-1 until halftime.
Swansea finally got what they deserved in the second round. In the 57th minute, Dyer managed to bring the hosts ahead after a hard kick Joe Allen's successful use of bait goalkeeper Szczesny.
Five minutes later, 'The King' Henry came on for Arshavin.
In the 69th minute, Arsenal successfully equalized through Theo Walcott. Bait brilliant breakthrough from Walcott Djourou made without difficulty conquered vorm.
However, spectacular events occurred at the Liberty Stadium when it was not until a minute later, Swansea returned to lead through Danny Graham.
Henry and Van Persie with 20 minutes to equalize, failed to create additional goals. The Gunners also had to come home from Wales with nothing.
These results make Chelsea Arsenal failed to close in fourth. With 36 points, the Gunners stuck in fifth position and left behind four points from the Blues.
Meanwhile, Swansea managed to rise to the rank-10 with 26 points.
The composition of players:
Swansea (4-5-1) :1-vorm; 22-Rangel, 2-Williams, 4-Caulker, 3-Taylor; 12-Dyer (15-Routledge 82 '), 26-Agustien (Sigurdsson 42-46') , 7-Britton, 4-Allen, 11-Sinclair; 10-Graham (18-Lita 93 ').Reserve players: 25-Tremmel, 16-Monk, 15-Routledge, a 42-Sigurdsson, 29-Richards, 19-Moore.
Arsenal (4-3-3): 13-Szczesny; 20-Djourou, 6-Koscielny, 4-Mertesacker (15-Chamberlain 77 '), 49-Miquel; 30-Benayoun (7-Rosicky 63'), 17-Song , 16-Ramsey; 14-Walcott, 10-Van Persie, Arshavin 23-(12-Henry 63 ').Substitute: 1-Almunia, 18-Squillaci, 56-Yennaris, 9-Chu-Young.


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