However the Gunners put on a terrific counter-attacking move in the 41st minute, as Santi Cazorla released Theo Walcott, and the England winger’s shot was saved by Stockdale. But the rebound was only pushed into the path of German international Lukas Podolski who swept the ball home to make it 2-0. Following the interval, Fulham again made all the pressing but couldn’t find a way past Szczęsny and Arsenal’s resolute defense. Scott Parker and Steve Sidwell tried to get things going in midfield, but Ramsey was everywhere and provided Arsenal with bite in the tackle and poise on the ball. As the game closed out, Fulham brought on new signing Darren Bent to try and force the issue but Arsene Wenger’s side were just too good.
Recently promoted Hull City are set to play their first Premier League match of the season at KC Stadium (10 am ET, watch live via NBC Sports Live Extra) and are hoping to find their first points in front of the home crowd. Norwich, meanwhile, are looking for their first win of the year. Norwich came back to earn a point against Everton last week, courtesy of goals by Steven Whittaker and Ricky van Wolfswinkel. Right back Whittaker was involved in both goals for the Canaries last week, pouncing on a rebound to roll the ball into an open net for the first, and then sending in an (unintentional) cross for van Wolfswinkel to head in.
A Lukas Podolski double and an early strike from striker Olivier Giroud did the damage for the Gunners, who claimed their first win of the season down by the banks of the River Thames. Giroud gave Arsenal the lead in the 13th minute in slightly fortuitous fashion, as Aaron Ramsey’s shot ricocheted perfectly into the Frenchman’s path.
Roberto Martinez’ men have yet to get going in front of the home crowd. Can Everton grab their seventh-straight home win? 0-0 so far at Everton. Newcastle vs. West Ham (Watch the second half live) Both teams cancelled each other out in the first half as West Ham came close on two occasion through Winston Reid and Stewart Downing. Can Alan Pardew’s Newcastle come roaring back in the second half? Still 0-0 at St. James’ Park. Hull City vs. Norwich (Watch the second half live) Hull City took the lead midway through the first half as Yannick Sagbo got himself into a dangerous position and Michael Turner panicked, bringing down the Ivorian. Robbie Brady scored the spot kick after 22 minutes but just 5 minutes later Sagbo was sent off for violent conduct.
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Hull City Archives - Page 120 of 124 - ProSoccerTalk | NBC SportsHere’s a brief roundup from around the grounds in England, as Week 2 of the Premier League is in full flow. We’ve already seen goals, penalties, red cards and plenty of thrilling action, so why not tune in for the second half of these games. Well… what are you waiting for? Watch every single Premier League game live this weekend via NBC Sports Live Extra. Everton vs. West Brom (Watch the second half live) Solid yet unspectacular at Goodison Park.
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Can Hull hold onto their 1-0 lead with 10-men? Stoke City vs. Crystal Palace (Watch the second half live) Ian Holloway’s newly promoted Crystal Palace side took a first half lead through new signing Marouane Chamakh. The former Arsenal attacker scored in his first start for the Eagles but Stoke have been looking strong ever since. Still 1-0 to Palace at half time. Southampton vs. Sunderland (Watch the second half live) It was a dream start for Paolo Di Canio’s side down at St. Mary’s as Italian international Emanuele Giaccherini rose highest to head home after just 2 minutes for his first Sunderland goal. The Saints thought they’d equalized but Jay Rodriguez’ effort was ruled out for offside.
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It was a tough start for Hull City last week, having drawn the short straw and found themselves forced to begin the season away at Chelsea. The Blues may have only won 2-0, but they rather toyed with the Tigers, playing Mourinho-style football that, toward the end, resembled more a game of cat-and-mouse than anything else. Hull City: McGregor, Elmohamady, Chester, Davies, Figueroa, Koren, Huddlestone, Livermore, Brady, Aluko, Sagbo. Subs: Rosenior, Bruce, Meyler, Graham, McShane, Boyd, Harper. Norwich: Ruddy, Whittaker, Turner, Martin, Garrido, Howson, Tettey, Fer, Johnson, Redmond, van Wolfswinkel. Subs: Elmander, Snodgrass, Bunn, Hoolahan, Becchio, Olsson, Ryan Bennett. On a wet and wild afternoon at Craven Cottage, Arsenal beat Fulham 3-1 to pick up their first points of the 2013-14 season.
That was evident as Arsenal grabbed their third goal with a terrific strike from Podolski for his second goal of the game. In the 67th minute, Giroud fantastically brought down a long ball and fed it wide to Cazorla who cut inside and teed up Podolski. The German attacker took one touch and rifled a left-footed shot across Stockdale and into the net.
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Yet the Bent-Berbatov partnership for Fulham showed early signs of becoming a fruitful one, as in the 76th minute Berbatov controlled the ball majestically before sweeping a shot towards the back post. In typical predatory fashion, Bent arrived on cue to knock the ball home for a debut goal. Fulham tried to press for another goal, but Arsenal’s defense held firm to seal the win despite a spirited display from Martin Jol’s Cottagers. LineupsFulham: Stockdale; Riether, Hughes, Hangeland, Riise; Duff (Bent 57), Parker, Sidwell (75 Karagounis), Taarabt (Kacaniklic 62); Kasami; Berbatov. Subs not used: Etheridge, Briggs, Boateng, Ruiz.
Can Pochettino’s men turn things around after going in 1-0 down at the half? Follow @JPW_NBCSports After three long seasons spent away from top flight football, Hull City are back in the Premier League. They drew the short straw last week, forced to play Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, but this week they’re in front of friendly faces at KC Stadium. The Tigers are looking to pick up their first points of the season against Norwich City. And their first goal of the season should give Hull some momentum.
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Yannick Sagbo got himself into a dangerous position inside the area, and former Hull defender Michael Turner panicked, bringing down the Ivorian. It was Robbie Brady that stepped to the spot, sending his left footed strike past Norwich keeper John Ruddy. So Hull City had their first goal of the season at the 22nd minute, but they had their first sending off in the 27th. Sagbo, the very man responsible for earning the penalty, is sent off with a straight red card for throwing his weight around, resulting in a charge of violent conduct. With over an hour left to play, Steve Bruce’s men have a tough challenge ahead. They’ll most likely dig in their heels and simply defend, defend, defend, hoping against hope that the Canaries can’t get one through.
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