Sunday, 8 April 2007

Arsenal 0 West Ham United 1

Hammers Capitalise On Rub Of The Green by Matt Barlow
West Ham's players, fans and coaching staff could not contain their jubilation after completing an amazing double over Arsenal, but there can be no resting on their laurels... Daily Mail
Toothless Arsenal Thwarted By Green by John Ley
Just below the top tier at the Emirates Stadium is a red band upon which are depicted Arsenal successes. It begins with the FA Cup win of 1930 and ends with the Cup success of 2005... The Telegraph
Jubilant Hammers Fans go One Louder At The Emirates by Roy Wilkinson
Alan Curbishley, West Ham United manager and hard-rock fan, knows all about Spinal Tap and amplifiers that go up to 11. On Saturday, West Ham had a goalkeeper who went up even higher... The Independent
West Ham Cling On To Hope by Russell Kempson
Rarely in the history of the Premiership, let alone English or, perhaps, world football, can a match of such a one-sided nature have ended in favour of the oppressed... The Times
Green Fingers Revive Hammers' Prospects by David Lacey
Suddenly and against considerable odds West Ham are part of the Easter rising. By becoming the first team to beat Arsenal at the Emirates, having been the last to beat them at Highbury... The Guardian
West Ham Revival Fired By Zamora by Anna Kessel
A scintillating match ended with a historic Premiership defeat for Arsene Wenger's side, their first at their new stadium, and the first time they had lost three Premiership games in a row in two years...The Observer
Zamora Gives Hammers Hope by Brian Glanville
Gentlemen, the stuff of science fiction. With a 1-0 win at the Emirates stadium, West Ham United completed a 1-0 double over Arsenal, who were beaten for the first time at their new home... Sunday Times
Zamora Breaches Fortress Emirates by Jason Burt
For much of this season West Ham have appeared cursed. Yesterday they were blessed. Quite how Arsenal did not score, never mind win this contest was simply unbelievable... Independent on Sunday
Brilliant Green Gives West Ham Hope by Simon Hart
West Ham may still require a miracle to escape relegation but there is no other word to describe their victory yesterday. "We only had one shot," crowed the ecstatic travelling fans as a stunned Arsenal side slumped to their first defeat at the Emirates Stadium and their third Premiership reverse in succession... Sunday Telegraph
Zamora Takes His One Shot At Redemption by Rob Draper
Words cannot do justice to Arsenal’s overwhelming superiority in this game. A mere list of the litany of Arsenal chances, from 29 shots on goal, would not begin to convey the margin between these two sides... Mail on Sunday

Reaction across the blogosphere-

West Ham: Hammered; West Ham Till I Die

Arsenal: A Cultured Left Foot; Gunnerblog; Arsenal 4 Life; Arseblog; The Cannon;

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