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In what had been labeled the best match of the season so far, Arsenal rose to the occasion and beat rivals Manchester United 2-1. They managed to hold on for a big, big win after some relentless pressure from United. The hero for the night was French midfielder Samir Nasri, who scored both the goals for Arsenal.

Gunners manager Wenger admitted dressing room morale was low after their 4-4 draw with London rivals Tottenham and the defeat at Stoke – but this win at the Emirates Stadium breathes life into their campaign and lifts them above United in the Barclays Premier League. Wenger had Emmanuel Adebayor injured and Robin van Persie suspended but Nasri provided the attacking threat, taking advantage of slack marking in each half to grab his fourth and fifth goals of the season.

download inferno dvd Referee Howard Webb, who was kept busy throughout, turned down appeals when Dimitar Berbatov was bundled over by Denilson, as well as when Gary Neville and Gael Clichy touched the ball with their arms. Then in the second half, Nasri appeared to be bundled over by Nemanja Vidic. Between those moments, there was absorbing end-to-end football.

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Sens Stabalizing With 4-1 record

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The last 5 games have given us 9 points out of a possible 10, with 4 wins and an overtime loss. That loss was away to the Tampa Bay Lightning, 2-3 last Saturday. Antoine Vermette & Dany Heatley had the goals for Ottawa.

watch omen iv the awakening online This Tuesday the Sens were back home and hosted Washington in a clash of the Capitals and came out the winners in a hard fought 2-1 match. Heatley and Mike Fisher, set up by Daniel Alfredsson, were the scorers in that one. Heatley scored his eighth goal of the season early in the second for Ottawa, which improved to 3-0-1 in its last four games. Alex Auld stopped 26 shots in his sixth straight start for the Senators.

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Next the Sens comprehensively beat the Philadelphia Flyers in a 4-1 win at home. Heatley scored for the fifth straight game and Jesse Winchester had his first NHL goal, leading Ottawa to a 4-1 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on Thursday night. Fisher had two assists in the win while defenceman Filip Kuba recorded his team-leading 14th assist on Heatley’s goal and Auld had only 17 shots to stop.