Top 10 Premier League Photos: Dzeko Sends City To The Summit

Chris Wright

22nd, August 2011


By Chris Wright

Pies’ pick of the ten best photos of this weekend’s Premier League action…

Sunderland 0-1 Newcastle: Black Cats ‘keeper Simon Mignolet watches in vain as Ryan Taylor’s arching free-kick sails over him and in at the far post

Aston Villa 3-1 Blackburn: Gabriel Agbonlahor celebrates after opening the scoring at Villa Park with a smart, curling effort from the edge of the area

Wolves 2-0 Fulham: Ryan Jarvis is mobbed after scoring Wolves’ second goal of the game to keep his side’s 100% start to the season intact – only 36 more to go

Swansea 0-0 Wigan: Swans ‘keeper Michel Vorm saves Ben Watson’s low penalty kick to ensure that the first Premier League game to be played outside of England ends goalless

Norwich 1-1 Stoke: Kenwyne Jones rises to head home an late equalizer for the Potters in the fourth minute of injury time

Arsenal 0-2 Liverpool:  We’ve already seen the best photo from the game, but this snap of Wojciech Szczesny taking his groins to the limit during the warm-up is equally impressive

Chelsea 2-1 West Brom: Andres Villas-Boas (and everyone else in the East Stand) struggle with the sun at Stamford Bridge

After falling behind in the fourth minute to Shane Long’s opportunistic opener, Florent Malouda knocks in Jose Bosingwa’s cross at the far post to seal the victory for Chelsea with just seven minutes left to play

Everton 0-1 QPR: Tommy Smith scored the Hoops’ first Premier League goal since 1996 to hand the Londoners an away victory over Everton (who duly  fluffed several decent chances to get back in it) at Goodison

Bolton 2-3 Man City: Looking decidedly more fluid going forward than at any point last season, goals from David Silva, Gareth Barry and Edin Dzeko were enough to hand City an away win at the Reebok to leave them top of the Premier League pile – oh, and Señor Tevez made an appearance

Photos: PA

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  1. big mean bunny says:

    I think you mean Matt Jarvis! as one of only two Wolves player to play for England during my life I demand an apology for that error!

  2. George says:

    Why does Mancini insist on keeping Tevez in the first team? If he wants to leave, let him go.

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