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Discussion in 'Asian Football Confederation' started by junjunforever, Aug 24, 2002.
Inamoto on fire too!!
fullham losing 2-0, Inamoto scores and assists one to tie up the game
oops sorry guys. wrong info i got from someone.
lots of apologies. he didnt score and didnt assist either.
how can you make such a large error on something like this?
Don't forget the [R]. I think he was being sarcastic.
True, Sava scored both goals. Regardless, Inamoto has become a good luck charm of sorts. Fulham always scores when he's on the field.
Actually, Sava just scored the equaliser. Sean Davis scored the first.
only a real idiot with sheer brilliance yet full of distortion in his diletantism can devote enormous amount of commitment in his farce so in spite of searching for class in himself, he merely ends up with finding crass
picachu tatatuchi go back to your shell.
thanks for your comment
when i first heard the news, i thought "its possible its inamoto!! but then again, i realized again that he is no Song Jong-GUk, so sorry Hamatachi, i'll make sure that no such hearsay again. Afterall, its only inamoto! what do u expect from a player that only went to england to make money from japan?
I believe Wenger picked up Inamoto, and we all know the vision of Arsene Wenger when it comes to talents.
That's strange. A few of the live score sites are also crediting Inamoto with the first Fulham goal in the 90th minute...
But all the match reports say Davis and Sava scored and I've confirmed this.
This thread title is very misleading.
I think everyone has figured that out now...
Well I dunno if they've corrected it, but even BBC's web site's PBP had Inamoto as the goal scorer (at least for the second goal).
as of 11:16 PM EST
90:00 (0:52) Goal - Facundo Sava
Middlesbrough 2-2 Fulham.
Shot by Junichi Inamoto (Fulham) left-footed from left side of six-yard box (6 yards), goal by Facundo Sava (Fulham) left-footed (bottom-left of goal) from left side of six-yard box (6 yards).Middlesbrough 2-2 Fulham. Foul by Mark Wilson (Middlesbrough) on Steve Finnan (Fulham). Free kick taken right-footed by Edwin Van der Sar (Fulham) from own half, resulting in open play.
90:00 (0:52) Goal - Junichi Inamoto
Middlesbrough 2-2 Fulham.
Goal by Junichi Inamoto (Fulham) left-footed (bottom-left of goal) from left side of six-yard box (6 yards).Middlesbrough 2-2 Fulham.
Perhaps someone who has seen the match can clarify, but it sounded like it was an Inamoto shot that was deflected at the last second by Sava.
not so important matter for we near oak park residents.
For those of you wondering, Oak Park is a suburb of Chicago, not a member of the Korean National Team.
Cited from Fulham official site
Match Stats Boro Fulham
Goal attempts 6 10
On Target 3 4
Fouls 18 7
Corners 8 11
Yellows 4 3
Reds 0 0
Fulham fans seem to like Inamoto. 2-2 draw away from home after 4-1 home victory wouldn't be a bad result. Good luck.
Oak Park is the town where Kevin McAllister defeated two potential burglars in the critically-acclaimed 1991 movie Home Alone directed by John Hughes and starring Macaulay Culkin in his first major big screen role.
i told you he was on fire