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What Happened Today In EPL – Nov 8 1992

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In this blog series – “What Happened Today”, we are reviving some of the moments from past which will restore golden history of the best league in the world.

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Major Headlines

  • Blackburn Rovers’ shock defeat at home against Tottenham

  • Liverpool overcame their European disappointment

  • QPR had super performance from veteran midfielder Ray Wilkins.

  • Villa defeated Manchester United second time in a row

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The goals had suddenly dried up for Alan Shearer as he fired another blank for Blackburn Rovers. The Lancashire team had then gone four matches without a goal and against the North London side, they paid the penalty for that as Tottenham won at Ewood Park sending their rivals Arsenal on top. Spurs took the lead via David Howells’ goal, who stabbed home from four yards. Teddy Sheringham converted from the penalty spot.

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Blackburn Rovers            0    Tottenham Hotspur           2
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Arsenal                     3    Coventry City               0
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Liverpool                   4    Middlesbrough               1
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Two fine goals from Israeli International Striker Ronny Rosenthal and Ian Rush’s 200th league goal helped Liverpool shake off their midweek European disappointment with a convincing 4-1 win over Middlesborough.

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Aston Villa                 1    Manchester United           0
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Dalian Atkinson plundered his tenth goal of the season and piled more misery on Manchester United by beating them second time in 10 days. In front of the biggest crowd that in England season in front of 39000 fans Villa continued their unbeaten run to 12 matches and mounted more problems for Manchester United whose manager admitted that lack of goals was a big concern for them. “We may have to do something about it. I believe there is money available and I would expect support if I want to buy it. But as we all know the options are not great.”

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Chelsea                     3    Crystal Palace              1
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Ipswich Town                0    Southampton                 0
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Wimbledon                   0    Queens Park Rangers         2
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The wise old head and vibrant skills of Ray Wilkins totally eclipsed sad Wimbledon at Selhurst Park. The former England midfielder, then 36, ran the game and scored a superb goal as Rangers recovered from the previous week’s defeat at Villa Park to rekindle their championship hopes. Earlier Martin Allen saw a 23rd-minute long-range effort take a wicked deflection off Brian Mcallister to loop over a surprised Segers and into the net.

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Liverpool                   4    Middlesbrough               1
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Manchester City             4    Leeds United                0
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