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Sunday, March 9, 2008

EPL 09/03/08 : Wigan Athletic vs Arsenal

Goals Clip : EPL Wigan Athletic 0 - 0 Arsenal
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Extra
Chance Adebayor (1')
Chance Adebayor (50')
Shoot Valencia (63')
Free kick Van Persie (77')
Shoot Van Persie (83')
Chance Fabregas (89')

Highlights Video : EPL Wigan Athletic 0 - 0 Arsenal
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Full Match Video : EPL Wigan Athletic 0 - 0 Arsenal
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Match Stats : EPL Wigan Athletic 0 - 0 Arsenal
TEAM
Arsenal
Manuel Almunia, William Gallas, Bacary Sagna, Philippe Senderos, Gael Clichy, Gilberto , Cesc Fabregas, Mathieu Flamini, Alexander Hleb, Emmanuel Adebayor, Nicklas Bendtner
Subs - Robin Van Persie, Kolo Toure, Jens Lehmann, Justin Hoyte, Alexandre Song

Wigan Athletic
Chris Kirkland, Mario Melchiot, Emmerson Boyce, Paul Scharner, Erik Edman, Luis Valencia, Michael Brown, Jason Koumas, Wilson Palacios, Marlon King, Emile Heskey
Subs - Antoine Sibierski 55, Michael Pollitt, Titus Bramble, Ryan Taylor, Kevin Kilbane

Referee : Rob Styles (Hampshire)

Match Highlights Photos

Highlight 09/03/08 Wigan Athletic vs Arsenal
Wigan Athletic defender Emmerson Boyce (right) clears the ball from Arsenal forward Emmanuel Adebayor during their Premier League match at the JJB Stadium in Wigan, northwestern England on March 9, 2008.
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Highlight 09/03/08 Wigan Athletic vs Arsenal
Arsenal midfielder Alexander Hleb (right) tries to avoid injury in a challenge against Wigan Athletic midfielder Paul Scharner.
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Highlight 09/03/08 Wigan Athletic vs Arsenal
Bacary Sagna of Arsenal holds off the challenge from Jason Koumas of Wigan Athletic.
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Highlight 09/03/08 Wigan Athletic vs Arsenal
Wigan Athletic midfielder Paul Scharner (left) clashes with Arsenal forward Emmanuel Adebayor.
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Highlight 09/03/08 Wigan Athletic vs Arsenal
EPL 09/03/08 : Wigan Athletic 0 - 0 Arsenal
Mathieu Flamini of Arsenal shows his disappointment at the end of the match against Wigan. The game ended in a 0-0 draw, with the Gunners missing the chance to increase their lead over Manchester United by three additional points.
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