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Arsenal Memorial Cup Victors

Arsenal Memorial Cup Victors

Arsenal secured Memorial Cup victory status last night after helping themselves to 4 points with a victory over Anderlecht and a draw against Saints. We finished third with a total of 2 points in the tournament.

The first game saw Anderlecht beat us 1-0.

Saints:

Davis, Richardson, Fonte, Hooiveld, Shaw, Guly, Chambers, Lallana, Schneiderlin, Sharp, Lambert.

Anderlecht:

Proto, Odoi, Deschacht, Wasilewski, Safari, Biglia, Praet, Kanu, Gillet, De Sutter, Reynaldo.

Goalscorer - De Sutter.

The second game saw Arsenal record a 1-0 victory over Anderlecht with Henri Lansbury grabbing the winner.

In the third game we had it all to do, and although we won the penalty shootout 5-4, we drew in the game proper 1-1.

Whilst the overall performance and finishing third might be disappointing, there were plenty of positives however as Dan Seaborne made a return to action and new signing Jay Rodriguez found his shooting boots on his debut for the club.

Saints:

Forecast, Butterfield, Seaborne, Stephens, Fox, De Ridder, Hammond, Ward-Prowse, Puncheon, Chaplow, Rodriguez.

Goalscorer - Rodriguez.

Arsenal:

Mannone, Meade, Santos, Eastmond, Lansbury, (Olsson), Ebecilio, Djourou, Coquelin, Aneke (Angha), Bartley, Gervinho.

Goalscorer - Gervinho.

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Writer:Vital Saint
Date:Sunday July 15 2012
Time: 3:38PM

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