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Sunderland 2 - Arsenal 0

Stadium of Light

18/02/2012 / 17:15

Attendance: 26,402

Sunderland Vs Arsenal

Sunderland upset Arsenal in thier only chance of recieving a trophy this season. Richardson will grab the headlines for his goal, but Sunderland's work-rate was magnificent as they hassled and harried while probing in the right areas at the other end.

hierry Henry netted a late winner in the Barclays Premier League encounter a week previously, but this day belonged to Sunderland as they moved into the last eight. The draw for the quarter finals will proceed later today and will be posted later tonight, promptly after the draw.

Star Player

Stephane Sessegnon

Player Ratings


Sessegnon

9/10

star performance from a growing star. The Arsenal Defense were clueless on how to deal with him.

Mignolet

7/10

Bardsley

8/10

Richardson

9/10

Turner

7/10

O'Shea

8/10

Larsson

8/10

McClean

8/10

Cattermole

9/10

Colback

7/10

Gardner

8/10

Manager Rating

Martin O'niell 10/10

ot his tactics perfect, Leaving Frazier Campbell on the bench to allow Cattermole to come and and rough the game up.

Opponent Rating

Arsene Wenger 6/10

hat worked a week previous couldn't work in the cup. Not so much bad tactics but just poor individual performances.




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Date:Sunday February 19 2012

Time: 3:29PM

 

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