Date: 31st January 2007 at 11:08pm
Written by:
Arsenal
3 – 1
Spurs

Ashburton Grove

31/01/07

ArsenalSpurs
Adebayor 77, Aliadiere 105, Chimbonda (og) 113Mido 85
Manuel Almunia'Fatty' Robinson
Kolo ToureAnthony Gardner
 
(73)
Justin HoyteMichael Dawson
Philippe SenderosPascal Chimbonda
Armand Traore(63)Assou-Ekotto
GilbertoJermaine Jenas
 
Denilson
 
Hossam Ghaly
 
(80)
Abou Diaby
 
(79)Didier Zokora
 
Theo Walcott(63)Steed Malbranque(80)
Jeremie AliadiereJermain Defoe
 
Emmanuel Adebayor'Pointer' Keane

Substitutes

Gael Clichy(63)Rocha(73)
Francesc Fabregas(79)Tom Huddleston(80)
Tomas Rosicky(63)Mido(80)
Mart PoomCerny
Mathieu FlaminiLennon

Game Statistics

24Goal attempts9
8On Target2
13Corners7
18Fouls22
2Yellow Cards5
0Red Cards0
55%45
 

19 Replies to “Stats: Arsenal v Spurs 31/01/07”

  • haha G4L, bugsy 2nd, poor poor spuds couldn’t beat our superb kids hahahahahahaha.. atleast we will have a quiet week or so, they play united now and will end up getting spanked there too !

  • Great result, well done lads! so proud to be a gooner, so we still have to wait for Theos first goal – his confidence looks so low, one goal is all it’ll take then he’ll be netting/assisting every game!
    Spot on tactics from Wenger but Fat Jol was lost at sea like a dead whale, Defoe was woeful – never wanna see that tit in an England shirt again, all in all another lesson for the scum. Sad to see cashley stretchered off – hope its nothing too minor!!

  • lol PG. well Wyn M, the spuddies will say they missed King,Berbatov and Lennon – up their ar$e with the excuses this time… this was THE biggest chance for that lot to get a result against the Arsenal. Buying the average of average (Rocha) is a trademark for them and will get spanked every time they face the RED AND WHITE!

  • mm traore just looked like he had cramps and le boss didnt wanna risk any more hamstring injuries…good to see the spu*s never cease to disappoint but what can you expect against the mighty arsenal reserves….bring on ch***ki like to see the beast back in the squad for that fixture and hoepfully we destroy them and walcott wil get his first!!!

  • The boys dealt with everything that was thrown at them. 2-0 down at the ****hole…No probs, Late equaliser……Bring it on. Denilson was outstanding, his confidence levels are off the charts, he was even getting the crowd going! I would like to pick out Jermaine Jenas for special ridicule. Given a great ‘nuts’ by Abou Diaby Mr Jenas was not happy with looking a fool he had to act one aswell, when sp*rs scored he proceeded to bait us gooners for a full 20 seconds…what a tool! Mr Jenas…Fabregas is better than you, Gilberto is better than you, Flamini is better than you, Diaby is better than you, Denilson is better than you….w@nker!

  • ALI played his arse off tonite. and DENILSON Looked amazing throught out the game. Are D was solid aswell and it was good to see Diaby playing well and not backing down from Gahly.
    Man of the match: DEnilson

  • back home, been drinking the victory in (literally ­čÖé ) anf i have to say that from where we were sitting, the grove was absolutely rocking. May i be the one to point out how pitiful the spuds travelling support was, they offered a pathetic occasional offering, and could only muster some songs once they scored their undeserved equaliser. The gooners were on good voice for the vast majority of the 120 minutes, and the atmosphere was a joy. From our viewpoint right at the top and back, above the spuds away support, the fans were superb tonight. Wel played The Arsenal, and well played you fans, all the way down to highbury and islington station too, where there were some great songs sung, the fans celebrating long and hard at our routing of our small time neighbours. ┬╗┬╗Arsene Knows┬ź┬ź

  • oh and ashley cole may have suffered a bad knee injury. When my agent informed me of this, I was so angry, i nearly swerved my Sinclair C5 off the road… ┬╗┬╗Arsene Knows┬ź┬ź

  • have to agree regarding denilson, the guy looks absolute quality. Hard to believe he has played so few minutes in his fledgling career, his talent looks formidable. ┬╗┬╗Arsene Knows┬ź┬ź

  • Did anyone else see how C**ntley Hole injured himself? F**king hilarious, almost as funny as his owned goal earlier in the season!

  • i really enjoyed last night’s victory over spuds and let me tell you that Denilson is a kid very very much special, and Theo had a better night he was looking to score and taking on defenders it is a matter of time that Theo can show his real talent..
    and at last Arsene Wenger picked up a very good bench.

  • Absolutely brilliant. The Grove was rocking to the happy tune of embarrassing the Spuds yet again. Wingston, were you near the bloke with the drum on the way to the station?? Very funny.

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