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Why haven't Hull scored against 9 man Sunderland again? 1-0 against 9 men is weak.
Cuellar scores an own goal, Sunderland get two men sent off and Hull still only manage a 1-0 win. That must have been an awful game.
This hasn't been the barnburner I expected. Hopefully things will get stretched in the second half.
Yeah, but that was pretty far away from goal for it to be definitive, especially with two other Arsenal players jumping into the play. Sagna knew what he was doing there.
So what can Rodgers do to get back control of this game? Coutinho on for Henderson?
WTF is spiracha sauce?
You don't know the wonders of Sriracha???
Really, if there was a team that personified Anti-Thatcherism they'd probably get all of my support.
Clearly Shooty doesn't live in Irwindale.
NBC still showing Red Sox celebration stuff here. Stupid Red Sox.
I don't know, Liverpool not playing with the energy of a team looking to go top of the league. They didn't play midweek, either.
Coutinho has repeatedly been almost releasing Suarez with a threaded pass.
Sturridge in a good position, but find it amusing when strikers do that 'I was in space' thing having run into more space after shot...
After the match Mourinho did not hold back in criticising his side. "The result is a consequence of one team that was not there," the Chelsea manager said. "I feel I made 11 mistakes. Of course I'm exaggerating, we had some guys with normal good performances but the overall feeling is I made 11 bad choices. It was a really bad performance from us. In the first 45 minutes we played as if it was a friendly."
WHY CAN'T WE EVER SCORE??????
Spurs dominated the first 30 mins but have no goals (and few good chances) to show for it.
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