Premiership results 23- December 2006- goals galore

Aston Villa 0-3 Manchester United ( Ronaldo*2, Scholes)

Impressive game from United again.

Fulham 0-0 West Ham  

Former Charlton fullback Paul Konchesky gets sent off

 Liverpool 2-0 Watford ( Bellamy, Alonso)

3 Points for the Reds, but they are still far away from the leaders.

Manchester City 0-2 Bolton ( Nicolas Anelka*2) 

France striker Anelka scores a brace against his former employers.

Arsenal 6-2 Blackburn ( Gilberto, Hleb, Adebayor, Van Persie*2,  Flamini/ Shabani Nonda*2) 

8 goals- an unprecendented high scoring game this season. 3 of the 6 came in the last give minutes.

Middlesbrough 2-0 Charlton ( Yakubu, Julio Arca) 

A battle between two teams not really in the running for top honours, and Boro win this one.

Newcastle 3-1 Tottenham ( Dyer, Martins, Parker/ Murphy) 

Tottenham’s dismal form away continues as they lose to Glenn Roeder’s men after taking the lead.

Portsmouth 3-1 Sheffield United ( Kozluk OG, Campbell, Pamarot/ Hulse)

3 points in the bag for Pompey

Reading 0-2 Everton ( Johnson, McFadden) 

Good win for the Toffees after that heartbreaking loss against Chelsea.

Wigan 2-3 Chelsea ( Emile Heskey*2/ Lampard, Kalou, Robben) 

Chelsea seem to have taken lessons from Harry Houdini it seems, and games featuring the Blues always seem to have a dramatic finish- a far cry from the team which used to win 1-0. Arjen Robben’s late strike rescues Jose Mourinho’s side, and breaks Wigan hearts.

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  1. If your arch rival, ManU can impress you, you’re a true footballer.

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