Arsenal right-back Carl Jenkinson played a prominent role in the 2-0 defeat of Hull City at Emirates Stadium on Wednesday, December 4 as he went from defensive box to attacking, completing his challenges by his own box, winning four clearances inside his area, firing in crosses at his opponent's danger-zone and completing 91% of his passes.
He obviously was fully focused on the game, on the task at hand of continuing the club's exceptional domestic form, rather than what happened to him on his way to Ashburton Grove as he was pulled over by North London police who were checking the road legality of vehicles. Jenkinson had committed no crime and was fully insured, said Sergeant Richard Berns.
In the stand-out game of match-day 14 in the Premier League, Liverpool brushed Norwich City aside with a devastating 5-1 scoreline. The man of the moment, of every moment, Luis Suarez, was fundamental to the outcome, returning four stunning goals all by himself. He was so good that Anthony Pilkington, who did not feature for the Canaries, claimed they were victims of bullying.
I wish Suarez would just leave us alone!! Big bully— Anthony Pilkington (@Pilkington_11) December 4, 2013
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