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  1. Michael Woodward

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  2. electrickeeper

    electrickeeper Be Massive, My Friend

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    Tottenham 4 - 0 Aberdeen

    Tottenham:
    • Lloris 8.5
    • Walker
    • Kaboul
    • Vertonghen
    • Assou-Ekotto
    • Dembele
      • Sandro (54')
    • Strootman
    • Lennon
    • Bale 8.7
    • Lamela 9.0 :trophy:
    • Torres
      • Benteke (54')
    Goals:
    33' :goal: Lamela :assist:Bale
    48' :goal: Kaboul :assist:Bale
    56' :goal: Benteke :assist:Lamela
    67' :goal: Benteke :assist:Bale

    Cards:
    63' :yellowcard: Bale
    81' :yellowcard: Benteke

    Aberdeen:
    • Gordon
    • Magennis
    • Gallas
    • Reynolds
    • Jack
    • Tymoshchuck 6.6
    • Alex 6.6
    • Thiago
    • Sinclair
    • Dindane 6.6
    • Hayes
    Cards:
    47' :yellowcard:Reynolds

    Abderdeen set out to control the match from the get-go, and they did. Spurs couldn't get the ball for the majority of the first half. A Lamela finish from some ball-bouncing in the box gave them the 1-0 lead. As Abderdeen began to push more, Spurs took advantage, with goals coming from Younes Kaboul and Christian Benteke (2) to see it off.

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  3. bmwalla2

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    OMG!!!!!!!!

    THE PACE!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    bruce lee's counter attack isnt that effective

    walker is impossible to shake
     
  4. electrickeeper

    electrickeeper Be Massive, My Friend

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    Walker is a monster on here. Thank goodness they haven't updated the game to reflect his form this season.
     
  5. Michael Woodward

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    3 Shakhtar v Juventus 0

    Shakhtar

    Handanovic
    Srna (Ilsinho 71')
    Chygrynskiy
    Varane
    Alaba
    Fernandinho
    Rakitskiy 8.7
    Shaqiri (Marko Devic 71')
    Douglas Costa 8.6
    Taison
    Traore (Luiz Adriano 71') 8.8

    :goal: Lacina Traore 39'
    :goal: Lacina Traore 64' :assist:Douglas Costa
    :goal: Douglas Costa 69'

    :trophy:Lacina Traore 8.8

    Juventus

    Buffon 7.7
    Caceres 8.3
    Bonucci
    Chiellini 7.7
    Lichtsteiner 8.1
    Asamoah (Vidal 45')
    Pirlo
    Neymar
    Marchisio (Conca 62')
    Giovinco
    Pizarro

    :yellowcard:Marchisio 62'

    3 Goals 0​
    16 Shots 10​
    9 Shots on Target 4​
    47% Possession 53%​
    22 Tackles 12​
    1 Fouls 2​
    0 :yellowcard: 1​
    4 Corners 1​
    This was an interesting game between a very technical midfield of Juventus and a big, physical squad of Shakhtar. Juventus chose to possess the ball but generally shot from distance which never found the net. Shakhtar benefited from two very lucky goals but luckily scored a legit goal so that the victory didn't taste bitter. The first goal came when the ball bounced up in the air and back to Traore, who turned into a defender but had the ball bounce back to him. He was able to turn and finish low from about 7 yards out. The second goal came when a bad pass was picked off and Traore sent Douglas Costa off to the races. With just one defender chasing and two teammates out in front of everyone, Douglas Costa was able to wait for Buffon to commit before passing across to Lacina Traore for an easy tap in. Finally, the third goal came when Rakitskiy let rip from an angle just inside the box. The ball bounced off Buffon to Douglas Costa. Douglas Costa ran into a defender but still got the ball back which left him with a 1v1. Costa finished low into the corner to make it 3-0. Juventus had a few good chances but none found the goal. Shakhtar had some very nice moves created by the trickery of Costa but the final cross found no one and the game ended 3-0. Good game ConiglioSG
     
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  6. Blaza

    Blaza In Arsene Wenger I Trust

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    Arsenal 2 vs. Liverpool 0

    Arsenal

    Szcezny
    Juanfran
    Koscielny
    Vermaelen
    Monreal
    Inler
    M'Vila (8.5)
    Cazorla (9.5)
    Oxlade-Chamberlain (Wilshere 74')
    Gervinho (8.6) (Sagna 74')
    Podolski (Osvaldo 74')



    :goal: Gervinho 13' :assist:Cazorla
    :goal: Koscielny 35' :assist:Cazorla

    :trophy:Santi Cazorla 9.5


    Liverpool

    Reina
    Johnson (Ogbonna 74)
    Gerrard (Coutinho 74)
    Skrtel 7.3
    Agger 8.8
    Jose Enrique (Kehl 74)
    Assaidi
    Leiva 7.4
    Navas
    Suarez
    Sturridge

    :yellowcard:Assaidi 11'
    :yellowcard:Ogbonna 90'

    2 Goals 0​
    17 Shots 1​
    11 Shots on Target 0​
    56% Possession 44%​
    24 Tackles 24​
    1 Fouls 2​
    0 :yellowcard: 2​
    4 Corners 0​
    Arsenal passed their way to victory against English Rivals, Liverpool. The Reds of Anfield faught hard at home, but struggled to pickup Santi Cazorla in between the lines and to break down a powerful Arsenal midfield that featured Yann M'Vila and Gorkhan Inler. Oxlade-Chamberlain and Juanfran got rare starts on the right, and the two combined well to trouble Liverpool down their left flank. Juanfran, the winter signing from Atletico Madrid was particularly useful, taking on defenders and overlapping well. Cazorla was brilliant, popping up all over the pitch and chipping in with assists on both Arsenal goals. Arsenal look to keep up their good form against Chicago and Shakhtar Donesk.​
    GG eheskey11
     
  7. Michael Woodward

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    2 Shakhtar v Arsenal 0

    Shakhtar

    Handanovic 9.1
    Srna 9.1
    Chygrynskiy
    Varane 9.6
    Alaba
    Fernandinho
    Rakitskiy
    Shaqiri
    Costa
    Taison (Alex Teixiera 85')
    Traore (Luiz Adriano 71')

    :goal: Xherdan Shaqiri 34' :assist:Douglas Costa
    :goal: Douglas Costa 86' :assist: Yaroslav Rakitskiy

    :trophy:Raphael Varane 9.6

    Arsenal

    Szczesny 8.1
    Sagna
    Koscielny
    Vermaelan 8.7
    Gibbs 8.0
    M'Vila
    Inler (Osvaldo 85')
    Juanfran
    Cazorla
    Gervinho (Podolski 71')
    Walcott (Wilshere 57')

    :yellowcard: Gokhan Inler 56'


    2 Goals 0​
    15 Shots 13​
    9 Shots on Target 6​
    44% Possession 56%​
    20 Tackles 21​
    0 Fouls 1​
    0 :yellowcard: 1​
    2 Corners 3​
    Arsenal played a control game and tried to prod until they could hit a speedy striker for a chance while Shakhtar tried to keep a firm defense before countering quickly. Arsenal nearly scored in the 3rd minute when Juanfran got down the right flank and crossed for a streaking Santi Cazorla. However, Cazorla's header went straight at Handanovic and he parried it to Walcott but Walcott pulled the shot wide.....It should have been 1-0. In the 8th, Arsenal had a corner which was sent in and Koscielny won it but Handanovic made a brilliant kick save before Traore cleared it out of danger. Shakhtar had a goal in the 34th as Douglas Costa dribbled toward the defense before spotting Xherdan Shaqiri making a diagonal run between the center back and left back. Shaqiri took the first touch inside of Kieran Gibbs before blasting it from the edge of the area into the right corner. 1-0 Shakhtar. In the 44th, Shakhtar should have had another as Lacina Traore worked himself into a 1v1 but the big man kicked it straight at Szczesny's shins. In the 48th, Shakhtar had another great chance as right back Darijo Srna made a nice diagonal run into the box and Lacina Traore weighted the pass perfectly from a great distance. Srna fought off the pushing of the defenders and fired for the far post but he pushed it too much and it went wide. In the 61st, Wilshere played Juanfran through on the right but he took it from the edge of the box with his left but not with a lot of power and Handanovic was able to bat it out for a corner. In the 86th, Douglas Costa made it 2-0 when he was played through for a 1v1 by Rakitskiy.....With Luiz Adriano running alongside him and Koscielny on the other side of Adriano, Costa had plenty of options. He tried shooting low at the near post but Szczesny saved that one but Costa was able to get to the rebound and score just under the diving Szczesny. It could have been 3-0 just two minutes later when Costa was played through again. Szczesny raced out a ways but stopped, Costa tried the chip and almost had the perfect distance but Szczesny was able to back pedal and tip it up in the air.....The ball looked like it still might go in but it hit the cross bar and bounced back for Szczesny to collect. In the 90th, Arsenal should have had a consolation goal but their point blank shot was saved by Handanovic out to M'Vila from a very tight angle and the Frenchmen tried blasting it in but Handanovic tipped it away. It wasn't going in either way though. A good even game but the goalkeeping made the difference. Good game Blaza
     
  8. Blaza

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    Helluva game Michael Woodward. I was happy with the attack we were creating, but Handanovic absolutely stood on his head for your boys--completely dominated the area with acrobatic saves and firm hands. Your setup was perfect for sitting into a compact shell and then hitting us on the counter, which you did well. Pretty unhappy with Sir Chez on both goals, felt he shouldve done better, but those are the breaks. GG.
     
  9. Michael Woodward

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    Yeah he should have done better on them....He did make some good saves to deny three 1v1s though although I did kinda hit them right at him. He must have been thinking about a bigger contract too much or about his dad talking to the press haha I dunno
     
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