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WEEKEND OF TRUSOX GOALS INC. ROBBEN & SISSOKO

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There were a lot of TruSox Goals this weekend, as the international break came to a close this week.

All four goals scored at Selhurst Park on Sunday were scored in TruSox on Sunday, as Crystal Palace were 3-1 victors over Liverpool.

Rickie Lambert puts the Reds ahead after only 90 seconds, slotting home from Lallana's lofted through ball, but Dwight Gayle struck back soon after, slotting home the rebound as Bolasie's shot crashed off the post.

Joe Ledley put Palace 2-1 ahead, before Mile Jedinak's wonderful free-kick put the game beyond Liverpool.

Arjen Robben scored a wonderful chipped effort for Bayern Munich this weekend, as they ran out 4-0 winners over TSG Hoffenheim.

Robben, fresh from his 2 goal haul against Latvia for Holland in the week, ensured Bayern stretch their lead at the top of the Bundesliga to 7 points.

Also in the Bundesliga, Ceyhun Gulselam was on target for Hannover 96, but it wasn't enough for them to be defeated 3-1 by Bayer Leverkusen.

Havard Nordtveit also found himself on the scoresheet for the second game in succession after his goal for Norway, scoring Gladbach's only goal in their 3-1 defeat to Frankfurt.

 

In the Premier League, Moussa Sissoko was again the match-winner for Newcastle United, as the captain struck the only goal in their 1-0 victory over QPR.

The result puts the Magpies up to 4th place in the Premier League, with 5 wins from their last 5.


 

 

 

Wilfried Bony put Swansea ahead against Premier League champions Manchester City, but it wasn't enough for the Swans to get anything from the game, eventually going down 2-1.

Bony beat the offside trap and beat England goalkeeper Hart for his 5th Premier League goal of the year.

Stoke City's Jonathan Walters scored a diving header as they were defeated 2-1 by previously bottom club Burnley.

Jake Livermore was on target for Hull City against his old club, but was unable to prevent defeat as a late Tottenham comeback meant they left Humberside with all three points.

 


Napoli's Jonathan de Guzman scored his team's third goal, only to see Cagilari score a late equaliser, as they were held 3-3 at home.

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