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Match Reports for September 2003

Saturday 13th September

Arsenal v Portsmouth (1-1)
Portsmouth ended Arsenal's 100% winning start to the season, or rather, Teddy Sheringham's fifth Premiership goal of the season did. And Portsmouth may well have come away from Highbury with all three point's; if Robert Pires didn't dive in search of the penalty that fellow Frenchman Thierry Henry converted, to bring the home side level.
0-1 (Teddy Sheringham 25)
1-1 (Thierry Henry 39pen)

Blackburn Rovers v Liverpool (1-3)
Blackburn Rovers took the lead through Matt Jansen, in the seventh minute, but Liverpool replied with two goals -- one a penalty -- from Michael Owen and a last minute drive by Harry Kewell.
1-0 (Matt Jansen 7)
1-1 (Michael Owen 11pen)
1-2 (Michael Owen 67)
1-3 (Harry Kewell 89)

Bolton Wanderers v Middlesbrough (2-0)
Bolton Wanderers secured their first win of the season, with goals from Kevin Davies and Bruno N'Gotty, and in the process heaped more pressure on struggling Middlesbrough -- who still only have one point from five games.
1-0 (Kevin Davies 22)
2-0 (Bruno N'Gotty 80)

Charlton Athletic v Manchester United (0-2)
Ruud van Nistelrooy's two goals against Charlton Athletic keeps Manchester United within a point of Arsenal.
0-1 (Ruud van Nistelrooy 61)
0-2 (Ruud van Nistelrooy 80)

Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur (4-2)
Tottenham Hotspur's appaling start to the season continued with defeat number three, to Chelsea. Glenn Hoddle's only consolation is that new-signing Frederic Kanoute scored two. But how he must wish he were still at Stamford Bridge, with millions of Russian roubles to spend. Tottenham did manage to take the lead in this London derby, although within ten minutes Frank Lampard had brought the scores level. Adrian Mutu then added a brace and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink ended the rout with Chelsea's fourth goal, in injury time.
0-1 (Frederic Kanoute 24)
1-1 (Frank Lampard 34)
2-1 (Adrian Mutu 36)
3-1 (Adrian Mutu 74)
3-2 (Frederic Kanoute 86)
4-2 (Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink 90)

Everton v Newcastle United (2-2)
Two penalty conversions from Alan Shearer earned Newcastle United a precious point at Everton, who came back twice with goals by Tomasz Radzinski and Duncan Ferguson.
0-1 (Alan Shearer 58pen)
1-1 (Tomasz Radzinski 66)
1-2 (Alan Shearer 81pen)
2-2 (Duncan Ferguson 87pen)

Southampton v Wolverhampton Wanderers (2-0)
Two goals from James Beattie, three points for Southampton and another nightmare for Wolverhampton Wanderers -- who have now conceded twelve goals in five games and only found the net once.
1-0 (James Beattie 36pen)
2-0 (James Beattie 51)

Sunday 14th September

Birmingham City v Fulham (2-2)
Birmingham and Fulham shared the points, with Mikael Forssell bringing the home side level twice -- after Louis Saha and Luis Boa Morte had given the visitors the lead.
0-1 (Louis Saha 1)
1-1 (Mikael Forssell 45)
1-2 (Luis Boa Morte 77)
2-2 (Mikael Forssell 81)

Manchester City v Aston Villa (4-1)
Manchester City's Nicolas Anelka bagged a hat-trick against Aston Villa -- two of them penalties. Villa took the lead through Juan Pablo Angel but Michael Tarnat put City ahead in the second-half, shortly after Anelka had slotted home his first penalty.
0-1 (Juan Pablo Angel 30)
1-1 (Nicolas Anelka 47pen)
2-1 (Michael Tarnat 49)
3-1 (Nicolas Anelka 67pen)
4-1 (Nicolas Anelka 82)

Monday 15th September

Leicester City v Leeds United (4-0)
Leicester City demolished Leeds United, with goals from Lilian Nalis, James Scowcroft and a Paul Dickov brace, to leap-frog above them on goal difference.
1-0 (Lilian Nalis 19)
2-0 (Paul Dickov 23)
3-0 (Paul Dickov 82)
4-0 (James Scowcroft 89)

Saturday 20th September

Aston Villa v Charlton Athletic (2-1)
Two goals from defenders, Ozalan Alpay and Jlloyd Samuel, earned Aston Villa a home victory over Charlton Athletic -- Kevin Lisbie getting a consolation goal for the visitors, 5 minutes from time.
1-0 (Ozalan Alpay 36)
2-0 (Jlloyd Samuel 54)
2-1 (Kevin Lisbie 85)

Fulham v Manchester City (2-2)
Manchester City came away from Loftus Road with a point, thanks to a last gasp equaliser by Paulo Wanchope. The visitors had taken the lead through Nicolas Anelka, but Fulham moved in front with two goals in six minutes, courtesy of Steed Malbranque and Louis Saha.
0-1 (Nicolas Anelka 45)
1-1 (Steed Malbranque 72)
2-1 (Louis Saha 78)
2-2 (Paulo Wanchope 90)

Leeds United v Birmingham City (0-2)
Birmingham City took three points off Leeds United, to continue their unbeaten start to the season. Robbie Savage converted a penalty, after it had to be retaken, and Mikael Forssell added the second goal five minutes later.
0-1 (Robbie Savage 78pen)
0-2 (Mikael Forssell 83)

Liverpool v Leicester City (2-1)
Michael Owen and Emile Heskey both put their names on the scoresheet for Liverpool and Marcus Bent added a last minute consolation goal for Leicester City.
1-0 (Michael Owen 19pen)
2-0 (Emile Heskey 74)
2-1 (Marcus Bent 89)

Newcastle United v Bolton Wanderers (0-0)
Newcastle United are still without a win this season and this goalless draw was probably worth more to Bolton, especially as Gary Speed and Titus Bramble both hit the crossbar.

Portsmouth v Blackburn Rovers (1-2)
A goal by defender Arjan De Zeeuw could not keep Portsmouth's unbeaten run going, as earlier goals from Lucas Neill and Andy Cole were enough to hand Blackburn Rovers the victory at Fratton Park.
0-1 (Lucas Neill 34)
0-2 (Andy Cole 42)
1-2 (Arjan De Zeeuw 56)

Tottenham Hotspur v Southampton (1-3)
Although Frederic Kanoute scored for Spurs, goals from Kevin Beattie and Kevin Phillips meant that Tottenham were defeated at home to Southampton (again) and Glenn Hoddle lost his job.
0-1 (James Beattie 2)
0-2 (James Beattie 42)
0-3 (Kevin Phillips 59)
1-3 (Frederic Kanoute 61)

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Chelsea (0-5)
Chelsea steam-rollered Wolves into a five goal submission, with strikes by Frank Lampard, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbank, Damien Duff and two knock-out blows from Hernan Crespo.
0-1 (Frank Lampard 16)
0-2 (Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink 35)
0-3 (Damien Duff 51)
0-4 (Hernan Crespo 66)
0-5 (Hernan Crespo 90)

Sunday 21st September

Manchester United v Arsenal (0-0)
Arsenal stay top of the league after Ruud van Nistelrooy missed a penalty for Manchester United.

Middlesbrough v Everton (1-0)
Middlesbrough secured their first win of the season, at home to Everton, thanks to a Josep-Desire Job goal in the opening minutes of the game.
1-0 (Joseph-Desire Job 5)

Friday 26th September

Arsenal v Newcastle United (3-2)
Newcastle United came from behind twice, through Laurent Robert and Olivier Bernard, but it was Arsenal who finally claimed all three points; when Thierry fired home his second goal of the night -- from the penalty spot.
1-0 (Thierry Henry 17)
1-1 (Laurent Robert 25)
2-1 (Gilberto Silva 66)
2-2 (Olivier Bernard 70)
3-2 (Thierry Henry 79pen)

Saturday 27th September

Bolton Wanderers v Wolverhampton Wanderers 3.00pm
Birmingham City v Portsmouth 3.00pm
Chelsea v Aston Villa 3.00pm
Leicester City v Manchester United 3.00pm
Southampton v Middlesbrough 3.00pm

Sunday 28th September

Blackburn Rovers v Fulham 3.00pm
Charlton Athletic v Liverpool 2.00pm
Everton v Leeds United 3.00pm
Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur 4.05pm

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