Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Nicklas Bendnter's Hat Trick Help Arsenal Pass Porto

Posted By on Tue, Mar 9, 2010 at 3:20 PM

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Just as history portrays, Arsenal has clinches their place in the quarter final of the Champion League on the expense of Porto. Coming out with fire on this second leg to overturn the 2-1 loss in the first leg, Arsenal did not west any second of the 90min as they went ahead just 10 minutes on the clock.
Playing the real arsenal Wenger’s dream style of football, the game was exciting, not because of the threat Porto posed but exciting with the way the Gunners were pacing and running the ball.

Nicklas Bendtner fired the Gunners ahead in the 10th minutes busting in on close range.
Bendtner then grasp his brace 13 minutes later with an easy tap in from an Ashivin skillful play, the little Russian International took on three Porto defenders before sliding the ball to Bendtner who scored perhaps his easiest goal ever.

In the 2nd half Porto came out promising with a series of attacks, Hulk threatening on several occasions,This excitement was cut short by Samir Nasri in the 63 minutes when the French strike score what possibly will make the goal of the week nominee tonight. He took on three defenders with mesmerizing moves in and out to smash to ball in from a tight angle.

Beautiful goal for the French international which threw Porto out of place to allow Emanuel Eboue to come in and practice his runs on their defenders, The Ivory coast defender was played in the attack on this and took advantage of a fabulous run from Ashivin to pass the goal keeper with one touch and slot in an empty net in the 66th minutes and he did not slow down as he created a penalty for Bendtner to complete the first hat trick of his career in the 90th minutes.

David Beckam and Ronaldinho are taking on Manchester United at Old Trafford tomorrow to try and overturn the 3-2 loss they suffer in San Siro two weeks ago. Gunners for life, what is you feed on that encounter?

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