Updated: 26/08/2012 18:20 | By MSN UK Sport
Premier League gallery: 25 & 26 August 2012

Key images and highlights from a busy two days of top football



Liverpool's Steven Gerrard jumps the tackle from Manchester City's Nigel De Jong (© Nigel French/Empics Sport)
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  • Liverpool's Steven Gerrard jumps the tackle from Manchester City's Nigel De Jong (© Nigel French/Empics Sport)
  • Arsenal's Thomas Vermaelen (right) is fouled by Stoke City's Andy Wilkinson (© Nick Potts/PA Wire)
  • Manchester City's Carlos Tevez (right) celebrates after scoring his team's second goal (© Martin Rickett/PA Wire)
  • Swansea City's Miguel Michu celebrates scoring his side's second goal (© Nick Potts/PA Wire)
  • Queens Park Rangers' Djibril Cisse (left) goes down in the box after a challenge from Norwich City's Sebastien Bassong of (right) and a penalty is awarded during the Barclays Premier League match at Carrow Road, Norwich (© Ashley Pickering/PA Wire)
  • Tottenham's Rafael van der Vaart jumps for the ball with West Bromwich Albion's Claudio Yacob during the Barclays Premier League match at White Hart Lane, London (© Sean Dempsey/PA Wire)
  • Usain Bolt appears at Old Trafford before kick-off (© Dave Thompson/PA Wire)
  • Manchester United's Robin van Persie, centre right, reacts with teammates after scoring a goal against Fulham (© AP Photo/Jon Super)
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All 20 clubs should have seen Premier League action this weekend. In the event only 18 took to the pitch, thanks to that traditional feature of a British bank holiday weekend: wet weather. Click through for all the key moments.

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26/08/2012 05:24
26/08/2012 07:19
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Now that Rooney is out I am certain that England will play better as a team in the qualifiers. Roy might do much better if he chooses a few more younger players with the desire to play football and less concentration on the highlife and their own publicity.

 

26/08/2012 05:43
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im not a Chelsea fan but as  i see it they are the only team who can stand up to the arrogant mancs who seem to think its their right to win the prem go for it fellas

26/08/2012 06:38
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good on you chealsea at least you dont have second hand players and people like roony playing 4 u as you wpould not get anywere
26/08/2012 10:34
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lets hope Chelsea keep playing the way they are in all there games, good start keep up the good work
26/08/2012 11:05
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Give the ball to Hazard, he is faster than the Bolt
26/08/2012 10:28
26/08/2012 02:11
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 Early days yet,seaon only just started,see whos shouting next may.
26/08/2012 00:04
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Dear  all blues, I am so happy its really  a good start, fingers cross from the bad eyes...

Guess what if but it's a BIG BUT if we stay like this till Xmas with heavy gap, we will win the premier ship and more...

It's ONLY about 12 weeks therefore we have to win these 12 games by 3 points will be 36 plus 9 points, the total will be about 43 points and this will quaranty to win the trophy, God wants Blues to win 2012-2013 Trophy...

Be aware, on control, consistancy, constantly around the clock, don't panic and do not think of way coming back from the top league, do not give a chance to any kind of any things it may happen...

Good luck and I love to see Chelsea's football it's exactly like washing Barcelona, Keep up the hard work... 

26/08/2012 11:39
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Hi all,

take it or leave it Chelsea & Barsa are the only 2 clubs I love to see.

Chelsea it the Barsa for England & vis versa the Barsa it the Chelsea for Spain.

 

I have watch the current game for both Barsa & Chelsea and I find out they both have more or less same style, tactics, and can make the game cool & hot within a second.

 

However my message to Chelsea players that you are the best, and make sure play for speed and fastening the game and you can change the game for a minute... you know what I means...

Speed speed speed and scores as much as you can play for haterics...

 

Good luck see you next game

 

26/08/2012 06:29
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it wont take long for chelski to lose a game and sack a manager
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