Well, that was eventful at Anfield, but life moves on and we’re switching our attention to Manchester City and Arsenal. Not bad, is it?
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Full-Time: Manchester City 1-1 Arsenal
16.28 – Joleon Lescott shows his lack of pace as he allows Carl Jenkinson to outsprint him down the Arsenal right. The youngster crosses for Podolski, who blazes over with his weaker right foot.
In other news, Jonjo Shelvey – sent off for Liverpool against Manchester United – has tweeted the following…
‘I apologise to the fans for getting sent off but no way was I pulling out of that tackle in a game of that importance. Im sorry.’
‘I have also apologised to sir Alex , just where I come from people don’t grass people up to get someone sent off.’
You will hear more about this.
16.42 – Much better play from City, who go on the attack for the first time in the game, effectively. Dzeko seems to be constantly taking up the wrong positions, but…
And as I type that, City have scored!
A corner, needlessly conceded by Kieran Gibbs, comes in and Arsenal fail to pick up Joleon Lescott. Easy header for the England defender.
17.08 – Arteta is penalised for fouling Dzeko and this is another dangerous situation free-kick. The ball falls to Aguero but he blasts over from an impossible angle.
17.19 – Arsenal are playing in front of the Manchester City defence, there’s been no penetration in this second half. This is not the match it was billed to be, but there’s still time.
23.21 – Colsaerts, step up now. He does. Excellent stuff from the Belgian, he chips to within four feet. Dustin Johnson cheers Europe up by duffing his bunker shot.
Poulter might have to go solo on 14 as McIlroy is nowhere(s) in particular. The Englishman is in the bunker at the front of the green though. So is Dufner.
23.18 – Kaymer knew it with about two feet to go. He dropped his club and went sprinting for his teammates. I bet the Americans can not believe it!
I’m so, so happy. 17 and 18 were not perfect putts. On 18 I just wanted to get it in but it was too hard. I’m so happy for José because I know how much he wanted it. I just thought,on 18, just don’t do it like (Bernhard Langer) and I’m so happy I got it.
- Martin Kaymer