Sunderland 2-2 West Bromwich Albion: Bendtner Brings Black Cats Back To Life

Alan Duffy

2nd, October 2011

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By Alan Duffy

Sunderland 2-2 West Bromwich Albion – Premier League – 1st October 2011

The Baggies were two goals up after just five minutes of play at the Stadium of Light, courtesy of goals from James Morrison and Shane Long. However, Arsenal’s Nicklas Bendtner, on a season-long loan, hauled the Black Cats back into the game, scoring one and setting up Ahmed Elmohamady for the equaliser.

It ended a rather difficult week for Sunderland, with the Titus Bramble affair souring the atmosphere around the club.

As for Roy Hodgson and his Baggies, they go four games without a win.


Morrison nods home the opener

Shane Long gets handy with Morrison

Long fires home number two

Long verging on the smug

Bruce looking rather nervous

Bendtner nets his first league goal since December 29th

El Mohamady gets all emotional after bagging the equaliser

Bruce tries to tell John O’Shea something while El Mohamady fancies a cuddle

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  1. Sonny says:

    Bendy is way better than Park and Chamakh.. plus he is raised in Arsenal academy and knows how to play beautiful football and score.. he is 9th hightest scorer under Arsene Wenger and that says a lot of his quality.. I hope we bring him and Vela back next season..

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