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Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Chelsea win over Sunderland 2-1

Arjen Robben made the goal of the victory in the 70th minute. With this, Chelsea held on for a 2-1 win over Sunderland on Sunday in the English Premier League. Lawrence scored the goal for Sunderland and Crespo levelled for the blues.

At first, Robben's chip was deflected in by Sunderland defender Dean Whitehead. He then earned a second yellow card for jumping over the advertisements lining the field to celebrate with the fanatics in the stands. The midfielder was booked in the first half for a challenge on Liam Lawrence.

``In my opinion his first booking was a little bit harsh as well,'' Chelsea captain John Terry stated. ``To jump over a board, and as long as you're ... going to celebrate, you've just put us 2-1 up away from home, grinding out a great result, there's no harm in that at all.''

Lawrence gave Sunderland the lead when he took a soft clearance from Terry and shot past Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech.

The Blues levelled 16 minutes later when striker Hernan Crespo headed in a cross from Joe Cole. The Argentine nearly gave Chelsea the lead minutes later but he headed Frank Lampard's cross over the bar.

Chelsea FC leads the league with 61 points, followed by Manchester United with 45 and Liverpool with 44.

``We've got a good record, 10 on the spin now with Man U losing (on Saturday) as well but Liverpool are looking good and they've got two games in hand,'' Terry said. ``We just have to keep plugging away and keep winning.''

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1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is it true that John Terry is a love rat? LOL. He must be mad about sex after ******* all those women. (due to his fitness and stamina) No wonder he's so good on the field.

9:38 PM  

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