England (3) – Russia (0); Owen Double Delight

September 13 14:36 2007 Print This Article

Michael Owen scores twice as England leading Russia 2-0 up in half-time. Both goal coming from a great England set pieces where the first goal came from a delicious passing from Gareth Barry to leave Owen unmarked infront of Russia goal and he slice the ball in.

Michael Owen
Second goal from Owen was even more brilliantly taken. Heskey flick-on inside the penalty area once again down to Owen’s foot which is again unmarked, he volley the ball with tremendous strike pass the helpless Russian goalkeeper. He also make a good assist for England third goal when he give the ball to Ferdinand, who smash it into the net.With two more goals for England tonight, Owen has scores 3 goals in 2 matches and have made a total of 40 goals for England. Sam Allardyce will definetely saw this and Owen should start on the next Premier League match on Monday at Pride Park against Derby.

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