Well, that was a game and a half!
The Premier League produced yet another classic as Arsenal defeated Cardiff 3-2 at the Cardiff City stadium. On paper many expected Arsenal to win. Cardiff are new comers in the league and they had not scored a league goal until this match.
Arsenal 5-2 Tottenham Hotspur – 26th February 2012
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A lot has changed since last season
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