15 February 2011
NEWCASTLE 2 (Lovenkrands 2, Best 50)
Attendance : 28,270
Assists : Gutierrez, Gutierrez
14 February 2011
Attendance : 25,685
Assists : n/a
13 February 2011
BOLTON 2 (Cahill 10, Sturridge 67)
Bolton edged away from the cluster of sides battling in the relegation dog fight with a comfortable win against Everton. Bolton led at the interval when Stuart Holden's free kick was nodded goalwards by Gary Cahill and found the net via a big deflection off of Johnny Heitinga. The lead was doubled midway through the second half as Daniel Sturridge kept up his good scoring record of late with a fine volley across goal after latching onto a header from Chung Yong Lee.
Attendance : 22,986
Assists : Heitinga, Lee
12 February 2011
ARSENAL 2 (Van Persie 16, Van Persie 56)
Arsenal kept pushing Man United at the top as a Robin Van Persie goal in each half saw off relegation threatened Wolves. His first was a well controlled low volley from a cross from Cesc Fabregas and then he ended a fine team move after being sent clear by Theo Walcott.
Attendance : 60,050
Assists : Fabregas, Walcott
BIRMINGHAM 1 (Zigic 93)
Birmingham left it very late to see off Stoke and ease their relegation worries. There seemed little danger as a shot from David Bentley should have been gathered by keeper Asmir Begovic but he failed to hold it and allowed Cameron Jerome to clip the ball across goal for Nikola Zigic to head in from close range.
Attendance : 23,660
Assist : n/a
No goals at Ewood Park as both Blackburn and Newcastle hit the woodwork. The hosts almost led when Roque Santa Cruz crashed a close range headed against the post whilst Newcastle came close when a lob from Peter Lovenkrands bounced off the bar.
Attendance : 26,781
Assists : n/a
BLACKPOOL 1 (Grandin 14)
ASTON VILLA 1 (Agbonlahor 10)
Blackpool ended their losing run as they came from behind to draw at home to Aston Villa. The visitors led when Gabriel Agbonlahor was sent clear by Darren Bent and after rounding the keeper, rolling the ball in despite two players covering the line. It should be noted that the assistant ref who correctly ruled the Villa man to be onside was Sian Massey. Blackpool levelled inside four minutes as Elliott Grandin headed in Charlie Adam's corner. Villa ended with ten men when Jean Makoun launched into a two footed challenge on DJ Campbell.
Attendance : 16,000
Red Card : Makoun 70 (Aston Villa)
Assists : Bent, Adam (ck)
LIVERPOOL 1 (Meireles 24)
WIGAN 1 (Gohouri 65)
Wigan collected a vital point as they came from behind to draw at Liverpool. The hosts led when Raul Meireles fired in after a cross from Fabio Aurelio was only half cleared. Wigan battled back and levelled when Charles N'Zogbia's cross was nodded on by Antolin Alcaraz and prodded in at the far post by Steve Gohouri.
Attendance : 44,609
Assists : n/a, Alcaraz (fk)
MANCHESTER UNITED 2 (Nani 41, Rooney 78)
MANCHESTER CITY 1 (Silva 65)
Man United maintain their four point lead at the top after a sensational Wayne Rooney goal won the Manchester derby. They led just before half time when Nani collected a pass from Ryan Giggs and rolled the ball past the keeper, however City levelled after the break when a shot from Edin Dzeko deflected in via David Silva's back. Cue the winner as Nani's cross was drifting behind Rooney but he launched into an overhead kick which rocketed into the net. Commentator Martin Tyler stated that it "defies description". Goal of the Season would sum it up at the moment. Fantastic goal whichever team you support.
Attendance : 75,322
Assists : Giggs, Dzeko, n/a
SUNDERLAND 1 (Gyan 11)
TOTTENHAM 2 (Dawson 44, Kranjcar 57)
Spurs prepared for another Milanese showdown as they came from behind at Sunderland. The hosts led with an excellent turn and clinical finish from Asamoah Gyan after Kieron Richardson had crossed. Just before the break, Spurs levelled when Michael Dawson headed a corner from Steven Pienaar through a crowd of players and they clinched the win with an excellent first time volley on the edge of the area after a cross from Sandro had been cleared.
Attendance : 40,986
Assists : Richardson, Pienaar, n/a
WEST BROM 3 (Dorrans 3, Thomas 8, Reid 32 og)
WEST HAM 3 (Demba Ba 50, Cole 58, Demba Ba 83)
The battle at the bottom turned into a cracker as West Ham came from three down to draw at West Brom. The Baggies were coasting at the break as Peter Odemwingie found Graham Dorrans to wallop in the opener and just five minutes later, Jerome Thomas curled in a beauty after being found by Marc-Antoine Fortune. Just after the half hour, Winston Reid deflected a free kick from Dorrans into his own net. Two goals in thirteen minutes after half time gave the Hammers some hope as new signing Demba Ba collected a pass from Mark Noble before controlling and firing in and then Carlton Cole nodded in a header from Frederic Piquionne. They grabbed a deserved late equaliser when Ba again found the net with a volley after Noble's cross was deflected on.
Attendance : 23,916
Assists : Odemwingie, Fortune, n/a, Noble, Piquionne, n/a
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