Subject: Re: Season 29 Week 7 processing... Wed 14 Nov - 10:35
Welcome to a wet and windy Vicarage Road as the rain lashes down on the celebrating home players. After 25 minutes it is that man Harry Kane who powered through the Gunners usually strong defence to bury the ball in the back of the net and sent the home fans delirious and the home side look good for more but after 25 minutes it is
Subject: Re: Season 29 Week 7 processing... Wed 14 Nov - 10:40
Welcome to a wet and windy Villa Park where the home fans are celebrating because they have just seen a quite sublime goal from the boot of Cesc Fabregas which has given their side the advantage over the Champions from Plymouth, who have themselves started well, but after 26 minutes it is
Subject: Re: Season 29 Week 7 processing... Wed 14 Nov - 10:46
You can probably tell by the noise level that Newcastle have equalised here. City were pressing forward as they do and a quick counter attack caught them out which was neatly finished off by Zlatan Ibrahimovic to make the score
Newcastle 1 Man City 1
after 28 minutes but at least it has stopped raining...
Subject: Re: Season 29 Week 7 processing... Wed 14 Nov - 10:57
Spurs 2 Burnley 0 Samir Nasri on 33 minutes. Coventry 2 Portsmouth 0 Matej Vydra.
and a couple of very important goals have gone in, one in the Premiership at St Andrews where Charlton are the visitors and one at the Bokelberg Stadion where Schalke are the visitors, so lets cross to John Acres in Moenchengladbach to get an update first...
Subject: Re: Season 29 Week 7 processing... Wed 14 Nov - 10:59
Strong winds and pelting rain have interferred with both game plans to a certain extent but the home side have coped the better up until now and Toni Kroos has powered home a fine rising shot on 33 minutes to make it
Gladbach 1 Schalke 0
in what is a crucial must win game for Gladbach as they find themselves chasing the Champions Schalke in the league once again...
Subject: Re: Season 29 Week 7 processing... Wed 14 Nov - 11:01
Its pretty wet here too but the home fans don't care about that because their side are leading thanks to a surging run and strike from fullback Rafael Da Silva who on 33 minutes has made the early score