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Submitted by no_more_heroes 751d ago | highlight

Highlights: Sunderland 0-1 Arsenal (English Premier League - 09/02/13)

[0-1] - S. Cazorla - [35'] (Arsenal, English Premier League, Sunderland)

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no_more_heroes  +   751d ago
Just wasn't able to put this game to bed. Better shooting and they'd have three goals at least. Pleasantly surprised they kept Sunderland out in the closing stages 'cause I was certain they'd concede in the dying seconds.

Wear your shooting boots next time, guys! ;)
imtiyaz6  +   751d ago
This is probably the first time in many many years I've seen Arsenal manage to hold on to a lead with 10 men! I thought we blew it when Jenkinson got sent off. Great performance from our defence! Per kept winning headers. Sagna and Monreal were so reliable at the back!
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imtiyaz6  +   751d ago
How could I forget to mention our man of the match- Szczesney! The ball just couldn't pass through him today!

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