Kompany, Vieira & more: Twitter reacts as Arsenal & Man City win

Lee Dixon, Vincent Kompany and Patrick Vieira all tweet their thoughts as both Arsenal and Manchester City win on Saturday

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff
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Vincent Kompany with the Premier League trophy Photo: S Grout, via Wikimedia

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Carlos Tévez scored a 61st-minute winner to help Manchester City seal three points against Swansea and close the gap on Premier League leaders Chelsea.

Elsewhere, Arsenal edged to a narrow 1-0 victory over Queens Park Rangers, Stoke City and Sunderland endured a stalemate, Fulham and Reading played out a thrilling 3-3 draw, while finally, Wigan Athletic were 2-0 winners against West Ham United.

Here is the best of the Twitter reaction from the professionals themselves.

Former Bradford City manager Chris Kamara (‏@chris_kammy) praises the fans at Villa Park: “The whole ground united in clapping for a minute for Stan Petrov bang on 19 minutes, when fans do good things it hardly gets a mention!”

England legend Gary Lineker (‏@GaryLineker) is excited by Jack Wilshere’s return: “Arsenal’s new number 10 looks a good signing. Oozes class!”

Celebrity Arsenal fan Piers Morgan (‏@piersmorgan) is frustrated: “Any French followers seen Giroud play much? Beginning to seriously fear we’ve been sold another Chamakh-style dud. #Arsenal”

Ex-Leicester City manager Robbie Savage (‏@RobbieSavage8) is shocked by Santi Cazorla’s miss: “Santi Cazorla misses an absolute sitter!!!”

Celebrity Arsenal fan Jake Humphrey ‏(@mrjakehumphrey) says Stephane Mbia’s sending off his a lesson in ill-discipline: “Any youngster watching Arsenal v QPR…the lesson is clear…ill-discipline costs your team…feel for Cesar who is quality!”

Former Arsenal defender Lee Dixon (‏@LeeDixon2) gives his thoughts on the match: “A bit tetchy at The Emirates in the first half. QPR unlucky at the end with two great chances. Three points bagged!”

Stoke defender Robert Huth ‏(@robert_huth) felt the Potters should have won: “ow did we not win that? Hope Wilon’s injury is not too serious. Great support today!!!”

Sunderland keeper Simon Mignolet ‏(@SMignolet) is pleased with a point at the Britannia: “Always good to get a point and a clean sheet at Stoke. Well done to all the lads and the supporters!”

Black Cats striker Louis Saha ‏(@louissaha08) heaps praise on Mignolet: “A point away from Stoke – it’s never a bad day. Also week in week out I’m really impressed by our keeper and he deserves more praise #SimonMignolet!”

Stoke City keeper Asmir Begovic (‏@asmir1) felts the Potters didn’t have any breaks: “Good battling performance today. We didn’t have the luck in front of goal but we gave it our best. #potternation”

Fulham defender Phil Senderos (‏@Philsend4)praises his team-mates for a 3-3 draw with Reading: “Congrats to Baird on his second in two games and great goals from Bryan Ruiz and Berba as well #FFC

West Ham star Yossi Benayoun (‏@YossiBenayoun15) is not happy with the 2-1 loss to Wigan: “Very disappointing game and result today, we didn’t play well today and we must improve and play much better as some big games are coming..”

Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany ‏(@VincentKompany) is happy with three points: “Important win means we’re back on track. Thanks for the support! #MCFC”

While, Patrick Vieira ‏(@OfficialVieira) agrees with the skipper: “Today was a really important win, especially after the defeat midweek. The football is not at its best but the team are still winning. Tévez’s goals are always special, well done Carlos.”

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