(F13) Season 3 - Match Results

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  1. niuhuskie224

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    It is the responsibility of the WINNING CLUB or AWAY DRAW to post results. Please list the following when posting results;

    Goals :goal: (Who scored them for which team and when)
    Assist :assist: (Who helped score the goals)
    MOTM :trophy: (Who does EA Sports deem to be the best player based on match rating)
    Yellow Cards :yellowcard: (Who was a douche)
    Red Cards :redcard:(Who was the biggest douche)

    A RECAP!!!!! DO NOT FORGET THE RECAP!!!!

    Good luck this season.
     
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    1 Wigan Athletic v Southampton 3

    Wigan

    :goal: Jean Beausejour 13' :assist: Arouna Kone

    :yellowcard: Roger Espinoza 45'

    Southampton

    :goal: Jay Rodriguez 40' :assist:Jason Puncheon
    :goal: Jay Rodriguez 45' (This one was weird. It was a cross from Lallana that was biked by Lambert but deflected by the gk to Rodriguez for a tap in, yet Nathaniel Clyne has an assist?) :assist: Nathaniel Clyne
    :goal: Jay Rodriguez 53' :assist: Jason Puncheon

    :trophy:Jason Puncheon 9.7

    1 Goals 3​
    4 Shots 23​
    2 Shots on Target 16​
    46% Possession 54%​
    11 Tackles 15​
    2 fouls 1​
    1 :yellowcard: 0​
    2 Corners 5​
    What started out all Wigan, finished all Southampton. Wigan began the game playing very well and looked every bit a match for Southampton. Wigan got on the scoreboard first and early through a corner in the 13th minute. Ivorian Arouna Kone sent in the corner and Chilean winger Jean Beausejour won the header, sending it toward the far post. Southampton had a man on that post but for whatever reason, he avoided the clearance and Wigan was on the board at 1-0. The pride of Omar, Ali Al Habsi was in spectacular form early as he made some great reaction saves. First in the 24th minute when Gaston Ramirez received the ball and turned to fire low and to the right. Al Habsi got down to punch it away for a corner. The resulting corner was won at the 6 yard box by Jose Fonte but Al Habsi tipped it over with cat-like reflexes. Southampton's hard work finally paid off in the 40th after the momentum had completely swung their way, keeping the ball and putting it into dangerous positions. It was Jason Puncheon sending in a cross from the left toward the top of the 6 where Jay Rodriguez rose high to head it just over Al Habsi's head before he could react. 1-1. It looked like the half would finish that way but Jay Rodriguez had other plans. Adam Lallana raced down the right before crossing a ball toward the back post. Rickie Lambert was waiting for it and turned his back for a bicycle kick. The kick was saved nicely by the knee of Al Habsi but only to the waiting Jay Rodriguez for the tap in and what looked to be a brace for the former Burnley forward. 2-1 at the half and a nice fight back by Southampton despite a good effort from Wigan. The 2nd half was almost all Southampton. They made it 3-1 in the 53rd when a through ball found Jay Rodriguez running toward the left side of the 6 yard box. He aimed toward the near post and low but Al Habsi saved got down and saved it but it bounced right back to Rodriguez who muscled Figueroa enough to head it into the open net for his hat trick. Wigan couldn't muster up much threat. They couldn't seem to get their passing touch down long enough to threaten. They had chances to throw in some crosses but they usually went straight to Southampton's keeper. After a goalkeeping change by Wigan after the Jekyll and Hyde performance Al Habsi had put in, Joel was forced into a nice save when a cross found Gaston Ramirez unmarked at the top of the box. The Uruguayan attacking midfielder controlled the ball before karate kicking it off the volley. Joel got down to tip it out for a corner. The corner was sent in and won by Jose Fonte but Joel dove to catch it. Mayuka picked a ball off and ran down the line in the 83rd before crossing perfectly to Jay Rodriguez just 6 yards out. Rodriguez volleyed it first time toward the near post but some how Joel got his foot down to make a kick save and keep the game at 3-1 which is how it finished. Great game electrickeeper . I am glad to see you join and hope you will be around for a while as you are a fair player and look to be a valuable addition.​
     
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    Wigan 0 v Stoke City 1

    Stoke
    :goal: Jerome 84' :assist: Knightly
    :trophy: GK Begovic 9.8


    This game was even throughout with very few chances due to great tackling and good pressure throughout the midfield. Possession was 50/50 and only 2 shots on target for Stoke with 4 for Wigan. The first half was a dull with Peter Crouch having a few chances but missing the target on both. Wigan atacked mostly on the wings but couldnt pick out the right cross for a finish. The American Brek Shea was put on along with Jones and Jerome and this trio made a huge impact on the game. Shea was able to gain some possesion of the ball in the midfield and was able to get it up field. The difference came late in the second half with Jerome dancing around a defender at the top of the box and screamed home the game winner in the upper right 90 for the win. Great game electrickeeper.
     
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    Man City 0-1 QPR
    6 Shots 12​
    3 S.O.T 5​
    57% Poss 43%​
    18 Tackles 21​
    0 :yellowcard: 0​
    0 :redcard: 0​
    0 Offsides 1​
    1 Corners 2​
    Match Events
    QPR :​
    Taarabt '64 :goal: :assist: Remy​
    :trophy: M'Bia 8.8​
    Very interesting match at The City Of Manchester Stadium, with the visitors coming away with a shock victory in a hard fought encounter. City started the better, with Silva smashing a great shot off the post and Aguero through on goal, but Cesar managed to save the day. QPR came more into the game as the 1st half wore on, with Remy smashing the post and Hart saving well from Taarabt.​
    Either side could have won the game in truth, but one goal was always gonna be critical and it was the away side who netted. Remy was played in on the left and he cut across goal and Taarabt had an easy finish for a big 3 points and good start to the season.​
    gg abolishthefed very tight match man​
     
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    Etihad is going to be pissed you didn't name them with that sponsorship and all! haha
     
  6. niuhuskie224

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    West Ham United - 2
    West Brom - 1

    West Ham Goals
    Chamakh (69)
    Nolan (75)

    West Ham Assist
    Jarvis - 1

    West Ham Cards
    :yellowcard:Tomkins

    West Ham MOTM
    Jaaskelainen - 9.8 :trophy:

    West Brom Goals
    Lukaku (42)

    West Brom Assist
    Thomas - 1

    What a game for West Ham and what a let down for West Brom. Bromwich would have the first chance to break it open in the 26th minute but a charging keeper was able to keep it scoreless. But in the 42nd minute Lukaku got some space at the top of the box and burried one in the lower left hand corner to make it 1-0 going to the half.

    To open the 2nd 45, Carroll had a chance to tie but a finger tip save kept the advantage for Brom. But in the 69th minute a nice pass on the rush to Chamakh gave the Hammers the tie at 1-1. Fortunately the Hammers weren't done and a shot off a diving keeper for Brom gave them a 2-1 lead in the 75th minute. 2 corners in the closing minutes were not to be for West Brom and West Ham was able to hold on for the 2-1 victory.

    GG Jon MK
     
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    Stoke City 2 @ Spurs 1

    Stoke City
    :goal:Shawncross 38' :assist: Etherington
    :goal:Pennant 79' :assist: Palacios

    Spurs
    :goal: Defoe

    :trophy: Lloris 9.7


    Stoke was able to go on the road and hold possession and limit Tottenham to only 2 shots on goal while racking up 11 of their own. THe scoring started off with Shawncross heading home a beautiful cross from Etherington. It still being early in the season Stoke has been tinkering with the lineup, but with his play in this game Palacios is sure to be a mainstay with great defense in the midfield and also displaying attacking abilities. Dembele was also a big factor putting a lot of stress with his speed on the Stoke defense which led to a rebound goal by defoe. However Pennat was able to display some impressive dribbling in the box and was able to notch home the winning goal near post.
     
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    Aston Villa 2-2 QPR
    5 Shots 21​
    2 S.O.T 12​
    53% Poss 47%​
    18 Tackles 23​
    0 :yellowcard: 0​
    0 :redcard: 0​
    0 Offsides 0​
    3 Corners 3​
    Match Events
    Aston Villa :​
    Bent '52 :goal: :assist: Ireland​
    Ireland '80 :goal:
    :trophy: Given 9.6​
    QPR :​
    Taarabt '7 :goal: :assist: Remy​
    Park '60 :goal: :assist: Remy​
    Great open encounter at Villa Park, somehow the home side stole a point after being completely dominated for 90 minutes but poor defending by Rangers cost them dear and Shay Given was in top form denying them more goals.​
    As you can see below, Taarabt gave QPR the lead with a fantastic strike from about 20 yards, hitting across Given into the net. The away side crucially missed chances to go 2-0 ahead, especially when Taarabt was unmarked in the box but he shot straight at Given. Villa equalised when a through ball sent Bent clear and he slid it home beyond Cesar.​
    QPR regained the lead when Park was played in and he smashed it home, only for suicidal defending which allowed Villa in and although Cesar saved, he could only palm it to Ireland to snatch a point.​
     
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  10. Jon MK

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    Manchester City 1 - 2 West Bromwich Albion

    MC

    :goal:V. Kompany (40') :assist:David Silva

    WBA

    :goal:G. McAuley (56') :assist:G. Dorrans
    :goal: Lukaku (90') :assist: C. Brunt

    :trophy:G. Dorrans

    No Cards or Injuries for either squad


    "An unbelievable performance, I'm quite pleased," said West Brom Manager Jon MK. "We play our heart out today, and a few guys stepped up to seal three points, all badly needed." It was quite a derby today in Manchester, as The Baggies came out from the start making it clear that they would not be pushed around. A stellar defensive performance put on Gareth McAuley found the likes of Dzeko, Aguero and David Silva completely stymied through the entire match by completing five of seven tackles. The first goal of the match came when City showed their physical dominance, when Kompany cleared his area and smashed a corner ball past Ben Foster. The Throstles were not going to let them down and came out in the second half hungry. Graham Dorrans sent in a large bending corner kick and Gareth McAuley who made his run perfectly on this set piece put it past Joe Hart. West Brom kept up the pressure, as they started threatening moving around the box, Chris Brunt found space and went to make an attempt on goal but was taken down in the penalty area. Manager abolishthefed was clearly outraged at a 50/50 call. Joe Hart came up huge and reached the shot and pushed it wide of the goal. The game went back and forth from here on out with both teams trying find the difference maker. That happened when Chris Brunt evaded a tackler from 37 yards from the goal, and laid a ball onto Lukaku's feet where he slid the ball under Joe Hart who appeared to have the angle. Manager abolishthefed was quoted as saying, "My headset didn't survive the penalty." GG man, Could've gone either way.



     
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  11. Jon MK

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    Wat are you using for video capture?
     
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    I'm assuming he just uploaded the highlight
     
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    West Ham United - 2
    Manchester City - 0

    West Ham Goals
    Chamakh (7)
    Carroll (15)

    West Ham Assist
    Nolan - 1

    West Ham Cards
    Jarvis :yellowcard:
    Diame :yellowcard:

    West Ham MOTM
    Tomkins - 9.7 :trophy:

    Man City Cards
    Barry :yellowcard:

    The Hammers pick up their second win of the season with a 2-0 victory over Manchester City. City came out a little flat footed giving up a bad header to Chamakh on a corner kick when we was covered by 2 men, and the second on a quick give and go in the 15th minute.

    From there on out The Hammers went into a defensive set and prevented City from having many chances. Milner had the best chance of bringing city back with a breakaway in the 58th minute but Jaaskelainen was up to the task and kept the score at 2-0.

    With the win, West Ham goes to 2-0-0 and have a date with justca11mejuice and Manchester United to close out week 1.

    gg abolishthefed
     
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    8 games played in one night. Hopefully we can keep up the pace.
     
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    Would be 9 but Danthraxxx is dodging me
     
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    yeah just uploaded to youtube hoping to get something when i have some cash though be cool to stream madden/ncaa and fifa/pes games i play :)
     
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    I'd dodge you too..
     
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    I'm terrible. I can't even beat South Africa.
     
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    Everton Bench Sparks Second Half Goals VS Liverpool

    Everton got a great spark off the bench from striker Victor Anichebe as the 24 year old Nigerian scored two second half goals to lead The Blues to a victory to start the season.

    The first half was all defense, as there were limited looks at the goal. Everton had a couple chances, one being a point blank shot for Felaini which Liverpool keeper Jose Reina made a spectacular save. Both teams took to the locker rooms to a nill nill score, but Everton made a couple adjustments bringing Anichebe off the bench as well as defender John Heitinga for fresh lags in the back. Anichebe would get his first goal at the 65' minute mark off a corner kick. Within two minutes, Liverpool had turned in on and Tim Howard had to make 3 great saves within the 67' mark to hold onto the 1-0 lead. The first came on a great shot from Gerrard coming right up the middle of the pitch, the second coming off another Gerrard shot after a corner was headed away by an Everton defender, and the third coming off a nice heading chance by Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge. At the 75' minute mark, Anichebe would knock in his second goal to nearly seal the deal for Everton. The Blues would retain possession for most of the last 15 minutes, with The Reds getting a couple chances that were squandered by a focused defensive backline.

    Great game MoonBBad .

    Liverpool - Everton
    0 Goals 2​
    8 Shots 14​
    4 Shots on target 8​
    44% Possession 56%​
    14 Tackles 17​
    1 Fouls 2​
    0 Cards 0​
    0 Injuries 0​
    0 Offsides 0​
    4 Corners 2​
     
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    GovernedSpy how did you download the highlights off the site? I didn't see a spot to like there usually is for other EA titles.
     
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    I had flash video converter/capture add on for Firefox but it doesn't work anymore. I've done it many times but i don't know why I can't anymore.
     
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    Tottenham 0 - 6 Swansea
    0 - 6
    12 - Shots - 12
    3 - On Target - 8
    37% - Possession - 63%
    22 - Tackles - 20
    1 - Foul - 1

    25% - Shot Accuracy - 66%
    68% - Pass Accuracy - 85%
    Tottenham
    :doodie:' Sandro
    Swansea City
    :goal:'s
    2' - N.Dyer
    12', 32' - J.De.Guzman
    15' - Chico
    59', 89' - S.Ki
    :assist:'s
    N.Dyer - 1
    J.De.Guzman - 2
    I.Shechter - 3
    :trophy: Chico

    Great start to the season today for the Welsh team putting 6 past the U.S International in Brad Friedel.
    Rather than sitting back and passing the ball around in order to get a feel for the game, Swansea started the season with a different approach.
    Attack, ......Attack.....Attack,attack,attack was the chant from the fans, and the Swans did just that.
    Starting with Nathan Dyer, who took a nice turn in the box after receiving a pass and putting his laces through it, directing a line drive to the top left hand corner.
    But they didn't stop there, the goals kept coming and by half-time it was 4-0
    The second half began at a slight slower pace; more passing allowing the ball to do more of the work. A style of play that eheskey and his team are well know for.
    While it did offer up a few chances for the Londoners to reduce the deficit, the shooting boots were just not on today for them.
    The chances put Swanse back on alert as the realized that maybe they were getting a bit too complacent and would like to finish the match with not just a great result, but also a clean sheet.
    By the 90th minute, eheskey11 was a happy manager after seeing his team maintain the pressure and extending the gap with another 2 goals by stellar midfielder S.Ki.

    A very one sided match, but a great start to the season none-the-less. Up next is the Arse!

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    Heskey, please do not score in the 89th minute ever again when up 5-0, or even 4-0. I know it's not fun to sit back but think about your opponent. We want these people to stick around and get better and if you're just hammering them with no care for sportsmanship, that's not going to happen long. I respect you as a player and person and value you in this league.....I don't want to see that change with future results like this. It is impressive I will say, but please be more sporting next time.
     
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    running a score up is a little more tolerable in a group stage like world cup, where goal differential could be the make or break, but not the first game of a 34 game season, man! geezus!

    especially against a guy who's new to the league!
     
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