Monday, April 25, 2011

Edin Dzeko First Goal make City win

Edin Dzeko grabbed the winner for Manchester City with his first goal in the tenth attempt by the Premier League.

In the process of Bosnia, a £ 27 million purchase of Wolfsburg in January, driven by Roberto Mancini's team against one of the four finishes and a place in the Champions League.

Not only that, Dzeko Blackburn does remain concerned about the decline after their tenth league game without victory.

After beating Manchester United and secure a place in the Cup final of the FA is not surprising that the city has started brightly. However, they could not pay their possession in the first half and especially Blackburn began to grow in confidence.

But it all came right at the end of Mancini and are now four points ahead of fifth place Tottenham.

City almost took the lead in the third minute with a sweeping motion that opened the side of the house. Pablo Zabaleta handed the ball to the right and Gareth Barry David Silva hit him. The Spanish striker connected perfectly to see his shot hit the post and back.

Blackburn were in the back of the foot four minutes later, when the city won a free kick from 25 meters, but the efforts of Mario Balotelli was collected cleanly by goalkeeper Paul Robinson.

The visitors kept up the pressure and saw his cross Zabaleta allowed by Phil Jones on 17 minutes. The head on the corner of Barry was acquitted of the line of Michel Salgado.

Play switches to the other side and Jason Roberts a criminal complaint was dismissed by referee Andre Marriner after Vincent Kompany. Phil Jones, then showed an invention to go in a race at a gallop, and the relationship with Martin Olsson, before being overthrown.

City responded and Balotelli carved an opening for himself on 39 minutes only to see his effort blocked.

The moment was with Blackburn and Chris Samba saw his header go just wide as imposing a minute later after being introduced by Salgado.

City have been developed and Roberts has given way to deliver the ball in the area, but Zabaleta of approval.

City started the second half as they did the first and Robinson took no chances and pushed a header from close range after a pass from Yaya Toure Silva.

However, near Blackburn went ahead on 50 minutes following a quick counterattack. Brett Emerton chose Roberts and his head seemed to go hand in hand just for Olsson to enter the end of it and send a shot into the side netting.

But it was near the city that has a little ahead on 68 minutes when Silva won a single opening on the wrong side of the post with his curling effort.

Adam Johnson was replaced by Dzeko on 72 minutes and he answered three minutes later with the decisive goal.

Silva provided the cross and Phil Jones was only able to send your certificate of entitlement to Dzeko, who broke the house without hesitation.

Blackburn, however, should have drawn level on 87 minutes, but Phil Jones went a short distance, then Olsson's effort was blocked by Joe Hart in stoppage time.

These are troubling times for the local computer, which remains a point out of the last three with four games remaining.

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