In this blog series – “What Happened Today”, we are going to revive some of the moments from past which will revive moments of the golden history of the league.
The Sunday papers were covering the matches played in the premier league on the previous day where Wimbledon piled on more pressure on Liverpool as they ran out winners at Anfield, Norwich remained on top of the table after a hard-fought point at Coventry, Blackburn beat Oldham with goals from Alan Shearer , Stuart Ripley and Manchester United settled for a goalless draw against the Queens Park Rangers.
Blackburn Rovers 2 Oldham Athletic 0
Alan Shearer continued his rich vein of form as he scored his 11th goal of the Premier League season as Blackburn Rovers beat Oldham Athletic by two goals to the good.
Liverpool 2 Wimbledon 3
Robbie Earle scored twice to help Wimbledon pile on more misery on Liverpool as they ran out winners at Anfield. The injury-hit Merseysiders fought back after going two goals down in the first 27 minutes and were level at half-time, only for Earle to give the Dons victory after 76 minutes.
Bruce Grobbelaar warned his teammates after another defeat that Liverpool will be “dead and buried” if they don’t sort out their defensive problems quickly. Grobbelaar, recalled to the first team in place of David James, held himself partly to blame for two of the goals in the 3-2 home defeat by Wimbledon which left his side 19th in the Premier League. The ‘keeper questioned his punch for Robbie Earle’s first goal but said: “I called for the ball and ran past about eight players and when the ball was lobbed back towards a goal I was the first one back again. I’m questioning if all of us are in it together, I am not sure that we are.”
Middlesbrough 2 Aston Villa 3
Chelsea 0 Nottingham Forest 0 Coventry City 1 Norwich City 1 Crystal Palace 1 Southampton 2 Ipswich Town 0 Sheffield United 0 Leeds United 2 Everton 0 Manchester United 0 Queens Park Rangers 0
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