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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Post-Match Analysis: Gameweek 5

I believe most of you guys enjoy the goals galore of gameweek 5 because I am totally excited by it - 36 goals in 10 games! Attacking football has came alive again in EPL.

3-1WRobertsBig Sam is doing a great job here. Samba and Roberts are revived.
4-0WBenayounIt's BENAYOUN!!! The Reds are lucky to have someone on such a great form.
Man City
4-2XWright-PhillipsSurprisingly Arsenal were crushed. It all started from the unlucky Almunia "header". A good display by the Eastlanders anyway with Adebayor heading in against his old club.
2-3WCahillCahill last minute goal had made Portsmouth more Derby-like. Have an eye on Cohen who made it two goals in two games.
Stoke City
1-2WLampardLucky Blues to score at final minutes of the game. Again, Lampard brought us another 3 point bonus.
Hull City
4-1WReidBent made it two, but Reid was the more important man in this game.
West Ham
1-0XMelchiotToo bad the Hammers lost their firepower in this game. It's Rodallega again who scored.
Man Utd
1-3XAndersonDefoe shocked the world with such an amazing bicycle kick. Unfortunately, he scored it too early, making Tottenham to take the pressure from the start to the end.
Aston Villa
0-1MDunneAgbonlahor finally found back his scoring boot, and so the team won.
2-1XDuffWonderful performance, wonderful goal - Damien Duff is the man.

Fantasy Hero of the Heroes Award:
Yossi Benayoun

Legend: RS-Result; PA-Prediction Accuracy; P-Perfect Result; M-Correct Margin; W-Correct Winner; X-Incorrect.

Results of My Predicted Dream Team of the Week


G Johnson(9*) Turner(6) Cahill(10*)

A Young(3) M Taylor(7) Cattermole(4) Kranjcar(1)

Torres(2) Drogba(6) Bent(10*)

Total Score: 58
Total Score After Captaining Johnson: 67
Players in Dream Team: 3
Note: Numbers in parentheses states the player's gameweek score. * after the score means that the player is in the dream team of the gameweek. x means that the player didn't play at the gameweek.


Unethical Adebayor
Adebayor was the best and also the worst in his first clash against his former club. On the good side, he worked hyperactively, became the most threatening man for the gunners and also scored a goal; but on the dark side he stepped on Van Persie's face and provocated Arsenal's fans after scoring his goal. While his spectacular form continues, however I'm afraid he would get a long match ban after having those series of unethical moves. So be ready to sell him out, to those who have him.

"Oh Shit, I failed to leave some scars on Van Pussie's face!"

Benayoun's Maverick
Spectacular. Awesome. Unbelievable. That's the conclusion on Benayoun's performance last Saturday. He scored 3 and made 1, fitting on Gerrard's previous position. 24 points from one man is certainly insane for FPL managers, especially he alone can already score higher than average team score when you captained him last gameweek. Note that he can even score 5 if he can catch the offside trap on the correct timing. Simply fabulous.

"3 goals! 3 goals!"

Duff's Reincarnation
It seems like Damien Duff has refound the spring of his career under Hodgson. He made a fantastic dribble before delivering a amazing long range shot to help Fulham securing their first home win of the season. At the price of £5.5m, he definitely a best buy. Hopefully he won't get any big injuries again this season.

"Life's Good. In Fulham."

Liverpool "Chartered"
Finally Liverpool's financial crisis seems to come to an end. For those who still don't know, Standard-Chartered had just formed a new alliance with them, providing £20million per year for their logo to be printed on the LFC jersey, starting from next season. This is interesting, both from the football and marketing point of view. Apart from that, Carlsberg is also looking forward to continue their partnership with the Merseysiders, giving a proposal to buy the naming rights of their future ground, Stanley Park. A very great news for the Kopites indeed.

"I think we had chose a wrong club... Look at the colour of their jersey!"

Leaderboard of the Gameweek

  1. Benayoun (24)
  2. Reid (12)
  3. Roberts (11)
  4. G Cahill, Anderson, Wright-Phillips, Dunn, Duff, Bent (10)
Leaderboard of the Season

  1. G Johnson (40)
  2. Drogba (39)
  3. Rooney (38)
  4. Defoe, Adebayor (34)
  5. Gerrard, Lampard (33)

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