March 26, 2011

England beat Wales

England successfully topped Group G standings while keeping the undefeated record. Facing host Wales, The Three Lions won 2-0 through goals Frank Lampard and Darren Bent on Euro 2012 Qualifying.
Two quick goals to deliver England host Wales hit two goals without reply in the fight continued  Group G at the Cardiff Millennium Stadium on Saturday (26 / 3).

Wales itself collapsed in the bottom of the standings due to lose hold of the four games already played. This defeat also create brand-new coach Gary Speed ​​Wales failed to make debut in official event to sweet.
England opened the scoring in the seventh minute through Frank Lampard's penalty kick. Previous referee award kicks fitting 12 after Ashley Young violated Collins in the forbidden box.

Chelsea midfielder Execution failed intercepted goalkeeper Wayne Hernessey. England 1-0 lead. Eight minutes later, striker Darren Bent who turn to double the advantage after the finish bait Young England who is a co-team at Villa.
Wales are not strengthened its flagship player Gareth Bale trouble penetrating the defense team Fabio Capello. Statistics from Soccernet show that Craig Bellamy et al did not launch a threat to the goalkeeper Joe Hart in the first 45 minutes. Meanwhile, Britain did six shots, three of which led to the goal, and two goals to fruition.

Composition Players

Wales: Hennessey, J. Collins, Williams, D. Collins, Gunter, Crofts, Ledley, Ramsey, King (Vaughan 63), Bellamy, Morison (Evans 63)

England: Hart, A. Cole, Terry, Dawson, Johnson, Parker (Jagielka 88), Lampard, A. Young, Wilshere (Downing 83), Bent, Rooney (Milner 68)