Sunderland 2:0 Stoke-city | Tottenham H 1:1 Sunderland | Liverpool 1:0 Chelsea | Arsenal 1:0 Newcastle United | Asamoah Gyan | Fernando Torres etc.


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Asamoah Gyan's Goals Start to Justify His Fee. Sunderland 2-0 Stoke City Premier League Highlights and All Goals. Asamoah Gyan scores twice on his first Premier League start to restore pride to Sunderl. Asamoah Gyan put a smile on Bruce's face


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Asamoah Gyan lifted some of the despair that had settled over Sunderland in the
wake of their defeat at local rivals Newcastle.

The Ghana international started his first game for Sunderland, who lost striker
Darren Bent shortly before the game because of a virus.

And Gyan made an instant impact with two well-taken goals that showed by manager
Steve Bruce paid £13 million for him in the summer.

Gyan put Sunderland ahead when he showed his predatory instincts in the ninth
minute, but much of the credit must go to Nedum Onuoha.

The full back linked with Ahmed Elmohamady before forcing Asmir Begovic to make
a fine close-range save before Gyan turned in the loose ball.

Stoke did briefly threaten when keeper Simon Mignolet saved superbly from former
Sunderland striker Kenwyne Jones in the 12th minute.
But it was a rare problem for Mignolet as Sunderland surged forward and missed a
glorious chance to stretch their lead in the 29th minute.

Gyan, who had failed with an earlier penalty claim, had better luck when he went
down easily under a challenge from Jon Walters.

Steed Malbranque struck the penalty firmly to Begovic's left, but the keeper
went down to turn it away in style.

Stoke, with a reputation for second-half fightbacks this season, were able to
live in hope as they trailed by only Gyan's goal at the break.

But they produced few threats in the final 45 minutes apart from a dramatic
two-minute spell when two headers from former Sunderland striker Kenwyne Jones
were cleared off the line by Lee Cattermole.

Stoke claimed furiously that Cattermole used his arm to block the first effort
in the 71st minute - and also maintained the ball had gone over the line.

It got even worse for Stoke, whose defender Ryan Shawcross was sent off for his
second yellow card in the 82nd minute.

And Gyan sealed their fate when he drilled in his second goal after Kieran
Richardson's cross was diverted to him by Robert Huth.

REACTION: Stoke manager Pulis was predictably angry over the referee's failure to spot Cattermole handling on the line: "It was a game changing decision and that's six given against us in the last 11 games. Everybody will agree it was hand ball. Lee Cattermole would have been sent off, we'd hope to score the penalty and then it's 11 v 10 with 20 minutes to go - and a completely different game. It is very, very disappointing Referees will make mistakes, like players do. You just hope they dont make game changing mistakes. I never go to see the referee, but I will go and see him. He
had a clear view of the incident from the view I've seen.

"I don't think he could give it as over the line, but what disappoints us is
that it hit his hand, rolled down his arm and then he pushed it away."

On how the game developed:

"In the first half we were very poor and Sunderland were well worth their lead.
They were the better team and we didn't play well.

"People were doing their own thing and not playing like a team. We sorted a few
things at the interval and were better in the second half. It was only a matter
of time before we were going to score.

It's a sickener to lose four league games in a row. I don't like losing. I've
managed about 800 games and never had a run like this in respect of decisions.

On the dismissal of Shawcross:

"The decision was a poor one. I don't think he touched him and Ryan was trying
to pull his boot away. People make split second decisions and sometimes mistime
challenges. I dont think anybody goes out to seriously hurt another player.

Sunderland manager Bruce agreed with Pulis that Cattermole handled on
the line:

"It was handball, whether it was pivotal, who knows?"

On the way Sunderland bounced back after the defeat at Newcastle:

"It's been a tough week and I'm pleased the young players have learned from it.
They were all determined to try and make amends if they could. We've repaired
some damage and showed what we are made of.

"Thankfully Gyan showed he is a class act and gave us the spark and the life we
needed. We were planning all week to play him with Darren Bent until he pulled
up with a hamstring.

"Asa had to wait and be patient. We needed five or six weeks to get him up to
speed. We always knew he would give us a spark."


At least Steve Bruce can sleep a little easier after a win that was badly needed
in the wake of their humiliation at Newcastle last Sunday. Bruce had come under
fire from a section of the Sunderland supporters since their St James' Park
collapse and, while this victory came as a relief, the performance will hardly
silence the critics. Tony Pulis was understandably unhappy about referee Martin
Atkinson's refusal to award a second half penalty because the Stoke manager
knows that his team have to end their recent dismal run if they are to avoid a
winter of discontent.

REFEREE: Martin Atkinson

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- Sunderland v Tottenham (Away) Premier League, 9/11, 2000 GMT
- Stoke v Birmingham (Home) Premier League, 9/11, 1945 GMT

Asamoah Gyan (Sunderland): The striker has had to be patient while waiting for
his first team chance this season, but he seized the opportunity with both hands
and hinted at why Bruce was ready to pay £13 million for him. He posed a threat
throughout the first ahfl and, while he faded after the interval, still produced
an excellent finish for his second goal

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