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#mustread #PremierLeagueStories on Dec 29 1992 – Manchester United put five past Coventry to go second & other match results

Liverpool 1 Manchester City 1 – Points shared in a thrilling contest at Anfield


Aston Villa 1 Arsenal 0 – Heartbreak on Return for O’Leary

Dave O’Leary’s long-awaited return to the Arsenal starting line upended in grief as he conceded the penalty which lifted Aston Villa in the third place and continued Arsenal’s poor run of results which extended to seven matches.

Ipswich 2 Blackburn Rovers 1 – Huge Blow for Rovers as Ipswich help out neighbours

Ipswich extended their unbeaten run to 13 games when they denied Blackburn the chance to move within a point of the leaders Norwich in a pulsating final at Portman Road. With their record scorer Alan Shearer missing, it looked like that Blackburn would have to settle for a point but a dramatic late goal by Kiwomya ensured that East Anglian side did a huge favour to their neighbours Norwich.


Manchester United 5 Coventry City 0 – Red Devils turn up the heat in style to go second

Manchester United produced their most exhilarating display since scoring six against Oldham a year earlier, to advance into the second place in the premier league. Alex Ferguson was elated and said “We saw football today that was a delight to behold. Eric Cantona has given them a new dimension and Paul Ince’s performance was a revelation in a great barrage of attacking football.”


QPR 4 Everton 2 – Spirited Blues go down after going down to nine men

Nine Everton heroes came to within an ace of achieving mission impossible at Loftus Road. Two first-half dismissals meant that QPR was down to nine men and three goals. But a heroic second-half performance saw them pull two goals back before being dealt a killer blow when Rangers found the fourth goal to kill off spirited Toffees.

Liverpool 1 Manchester City 1 – Points shared in a thrilling contest at Anfield

Niall Quinn and Ian Rush both ended the year with goals of International quality in a frantic battle at Anfield. Liverpool’s second-biggest crowd of the season, 43037, saw Quinn head City into the lead but for the Welshman to salvage a point with a spectacular volley in the second half.


Other Results From Game Week:

Leeds United                0    Norwich City                0

Middlesbrough               0    Crystal Palace              1

Southampton                 1    Sheffield Wednesday         2

Tottenham Hotspur           2    Nottingham Forest           1
Wimbledon                   0    Chelsea                     0


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