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Newcastle United vs Bolton Wanderers full match video.

Posted on April 9th, 2012 | 21 Comments |

Newcastle United v Bolton full match video.
Newcastle United v Bolton - The whole match!
Full match video of today’s Newcastle United v Bolton game. A 2-0 victory featuring a superb solo goal from Hatem Ben Arfa, and a further goal from Papiss Cisse which featured an excellent assist from Shola Ameobi.

Howay the Lads!

Newcastle United v Bolton match highlights and post match interviews.

Teams

Newcastle United (4-3-3): Tim Krul (G), Danny Simpson, Mike Williamson, Fabricio Coloccini (C), Davide Santon, Yohan Cabaye, James Perch (Shane Ferguson HT), Jonas Gutierrez, Hatem Ben Arfa (Ryan Taylor 85), Papiss Cisse, Demba Ba.

Subs: Rob Elliot (G), James Tavernier, Shane Ferguson, Ryan Taylor, Mehdi Abeid, Dan Gosling, Shola Ameobi.

Bolton Wanderers (4-5-1): Adam Bogdan (G) Gretar Steinsson, David Wheater, Tim Ream, Sam Ricketts; Chris Eagles (David Ngog 78), Nigel Reo-Coker, Mark Davies, Darren Pratley (Ivan Klasnic 81), Martin Petrov; Kevin Davies (C, Ryo Miyaichi 78).

Subs: Jussi Jaaskelainen (G), Marcos Alonso, Zat Knight, Ryo Miyaichi, Ivan Klasnic, David Ngog, Marvin Sordell.

Match facts, stats etc.

Newcastle United 2, Bolton Wanderers 0.

Goals: Hatem Ben Arfa (72), Papiss Cisse (82).
Yellow cards: Jonas Gutierrez (61), Nigel Reo-Coker (65).
Red cards: None
Possession: Newcastle United 51.45%, Bolton Wanderers 48.55%.
Territorial Advantage: Newcastle United 43.8%, Bolton Wanderers 56.2%.
Shots on target: Newcastle United 3, Bolton Wanderers 3.
Shots off target: Newcastle United 2, Bolton Wanderers 3.
Corners: Newcastle United 6, Bolton Wanderers 5.
Fouls: Newcastle United 7, Bolton Wanderers 18.
Total Passes: Newcastle United 401, Bolton Wanderers 376.
Pass success: Newcastle United 78.6%, Bolton Wanderers 75%.
Tackle success: Newcastle United 90.9%, Bolton Wanderers 56.2%.

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21 Responses

  1. CLiNT FLiCK says:
    April 9, 2012 at 8:56 pm

    “worky,

    woah mate, great work today mate!

    Top stuff!”

    Cheers, Clint. Me Broadband was off for a bit as well.

    Death to Branson!

  2. Aye,
    some good defensive duties discharged today.
    More than 9/10 tackle success, that’s quite good!
    :)

    Wonder how many ‘Iron Mike’ put in?

    :)

  3. worky,

    honestly mate, you’ve played an absolute blinder today bud.

    Unbelievable work bro’!

    ;)

  4. What happened with Ba when he went off? I left my telescope at home so couldn’t see.

    Also if anyone knows… In the Platinum club they used to hand you the team sheets before kick-off but that never happened… We now saving on paper / printing costs or am I just unapproachable? :-)

  5. He was slightly miffed at coming off.
    But it seemed the right move like.
    No one likes to be subbed like.
    Very little in it though mate.

    He’s having a little slump, nowt stuck to him today & also, he’s being marked out of games now since all his scoring exploits.
    It just opens up for others though, teams can’t double team HBA, Cisse & Ba. It’ll be Cisse’s turn to be marked out next.

  6. He wasn’t at his best today to be fair, but not everyone was.

    I thought at the time it was right taking him off.

    Fergy has some energy, was Perch injured? I was thinking they introduced Ferguson to give us some width because we were very narrow and Bolton stayed compact.

  7. I read something from Ferguson saying Perch was injured.
    I thought it was a tactic to add extra pace & fresh legs as we were lacking that, it mixed it up. He did well, he’s hungry & a good lad.

  8. yeah, it sounded grim. I didnt see any of the match but one of my mates mentioned something to that effect.

  9. They were robbed mate, robbed i tell ya’.

    2 offside goals, well offside.

    Shit happens, huh?