Monday, April 25, 2011

Man City Bring Go home Three Points Against Blackburn

Manchester City could keep the odds to the Champions League zone after able to beat Blackburn in the continued Premier League at Ewood Park, Monday, April 25, 2011.

ManCity squeaked by with a score of 1-0. ManCity mere puppet goal scored by Edin Dzeko in the 75th minute.

Yaang game led by referee Andre Marriner fairly spelled very hard. Evidently, five yellow cards out in the game.

With this victory, ManCity still in the big four English Premier League standings. ManCity currently collecting 59 points from 33 matches.

In the first 45 minutes, ManCity actually have many opportunities. Unfortunately, during the first half no goals are created.

The Citizens started the first opportunity when the game has just entered the 3rd minute. Hard kick David Silva still could not break through the host's goal after the ball just on the crossbar.

After Silva has a chance, in the 8th minute striker Mario Balotelli turn get the opportunity through a free kick. Ghana kick descent players were still able to read well by Paul Robinson.

Distress, Blackburn did not remain silent. By trying to control the ball, 15 minutes before halftime host has a neat free kick opportunities. However, the kick taken by David Dunn was still not able to rip the ManCity wicket.

Entering the second half, two teams eager to pluck victory kept alternately attacked. Manager Roberto Mancini tried putting Edin Dzeko at minute 72 with a pull out Adam Johnson. Three minutes later, Dzeko directly answer the trust given Mancini.

In the 75th minute, newly signed players that scored direct. Dzeko goal was to be the only goal in the game. Until the match was over, a score of 1-0 did not change.

The composition of players

Blackburn : Robinson, Salgado, Samba, Phil Jones, Givet (Mame Biram 85 '), Emerton, Dunn (Ruben Rochina 63'), Jermaine Jones, Olsson, Mwaruwari (Nikola Kalinic 71 '), Roberts.

Manchester City : Hart, Zabaleta, Kompany, Lescott, Kolarov, De Jong, Barry, Adam Johnson (Edin Dzeko 72), Yaya Toure, Silva (Dedryck Boyata 90 '), Balotelli (Patrick Vieira 84').

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