so the last two nights, i was watching sportcentre (812), sekali, i hear di luar ani macam cakap "oii pass wah pass" sekali keluar tia ku, rupanya main bola, aku pun apa lagi, JOIN EHH!! hahaha! so main ni main.. altough kalah, (6-7) aku hat-trick! haha xP (<---- i don't really use this, but saja) then macam panat lah last two nights ah.. macam akhir malam (9.55pm) main bola.. macam kirakan akhir kali ah, esuk lagi sekulah! then after that, main badminton tia lagi.. wahhh banar2 c awang ani bersukan eh! ahhaha cemana jua? namanya kana bawa.. then after that.. sudah tah ku, kan tidur awal kan liat (Man Utd vs Arsenal) whereby Arsenal lost 1-0 to Manchester United, congrats MU fans! (you can see the full-time report and highlights dibawah) so, kelmarin biasalah, i was not quite in the mood pasal Arsenal kalah! hahaha :P so yatah, pagi biasalah ah, sekulah... then patangnya balik, tidur ni.. kali kana *katok* bangun, then kana bawa beinjik! so ke ong sum ping tah ni kan beinjik! i thought just one injection, rupanya 3?! OMG! kali it was so padas tapi nyaman! hahaha :P 2 at the left and 1 at the right! ouch! maybe you people wondering kenapa ku injection.. so i will say kenapanah~ haha nadadeh.. pasal aku kan umrah this june.. (alhamdulillah~) :D so malamnya, tanganku was a bit panat, lapas that 3 injections! *note* A BIT.. haha apakan~ kali kana bawa bejalan ke warisan? minta dangani begunting? siapa membawa ah? cousinku.. hehe.. after that, ke SIFANA! bali easi~ then membali minyak~ then balik tia.. then lusanya? eh apakan? lusanya? yeah lusanya wah.. ada orang birthday ku dangar? ah, awu, david beckham jua birthday.. ahh yatah.. eh ada jua lagi orang birthday? siapa ah? :P
Beyond Your Imagination at 8:44 PM
Manchester United 1-0 Arsenal, 29th April 2009.
1st half : According to Wenger, Arsenal would be “audacious” in their pursuit of an away goal but that would have to wait while the visitors weathered an early United storm. Only 70 seconds had elapsed when Wayne Rooney climbed above Bacary Sagna to send a looping header towards the far corner. Almunia clawed it away. Moments later a Gibbs slip let in Ronaldo but, to the teenager’s relief, the Portuguese star lashed his shot across goal. Arsenal needed a foothold in the game but United would not let up. Almunia made a wonderful double save to deny Carlos Tevez from close range after 15 minutes but, within 60 seconds, the Spaniard was picking the ball out of the back of his net. Michael Carrick collected a half-cleared corner just inside the area and Silvestrecould only poke his cut-back into the path of O’Shea. The right-back made no mistake from eight yards to give United a deserved lead. These were worrying times for Arsenal – the pace and power of United’s attacks was awesome at times – but they finally got a sight of goal in the 26th minute.Theo Walcott span away from Patrice Evra and fed Adebayor, who laid the ball back for Fabregas.The captain’s strike was fierce and low, but Edwin van der Sar got down well to save. His opposite number was soon back in action – and how. Almunia’s heroics continued with another point-blank save to keep out Ronaldo’s header from Tevez’s right-wing cross. Then the Spaniard gathered at the second attempt when United’s No 7 had another go.
2nd half : A goal then might have left Arsenal dead and buried. Instead, you could just about see the green shoots of recovery. The visitors got the measure of United’s midfield and, with Abou Diaby prominent, they began to probe patiently. Carving out chances was another matter entirely. Adebayor had his first sight of goal just after the hour mark, chesting down past Rio Ferdinand and hammering a shot over the bar. And Fabregas screwed a shot wide after from just inside the box after one of many slick counter-attacks. But United were just as threatening. Anderson should have done better when presented with an opportunity on the edge of the box and Ronaldo crashed a shot against the bar from 25 yards. For once, Almunia could do nothing but watch. Ryan Giggs, making his 800th appearance for United as a sub, had the ball in the net with 12 minutes left but his celebrations were cut short by an offside flag. Wenger brought Nicklas Bendtner and Eduardo into the fray in search of the goal that would alter the complexion of the tie. The Dane almost did the trick, beating Van der Sar to Fabregas’ free-kick but failing to direct his header on target. And so it’s advantage United. But Arsenal aren’t out of it yet.
Full Time : Manchester United won. Manchester United 1, Arsenal 0.
p/s : it was so frustrating, because SOME of man utd fans already celebrating (macam durang atu sudah masuk dinal) HELLO?! 1st league masih ni ah.. Man Utd is so lucky to have STAR PLAYER such as Ronaldo, Berbatov, Rooney, Tevez.. etc.. look who is playing for Arsenal?! Arshavin nada (rules), V.Persie (groin).. BUT im not saying that Arsenal will win kalau durang ada, its just tough wah without them.. but don't worry "IN ARSENE WE TRUST" i believe in Arsenal, we can win this at home.. Meet again soon Red Devils! anyway, walau apa2 pun, sorry for the above statement kalau ada man utd fans yang marah.. IM SORRY~ and congratulations to Manchester United. (:
Beyond Your Imagination at 2:21 AM
Arsenal 2-0 Middlesbrough, 26th April 2009.
1st half : In the opening seconds Tuncay skipped through on the right only for the backtracking Samir Nasri to steal the ball from him on the edge of the area.After that though, Arsenal took over. In the eighth minute Denilson slid a pass into the path of Walcott in the right-hand channel. However Robert Huth roared back and timed his block to perfection. Eboue nodded over from the corner. Around the quarter-hour, Kieran Gibbs and Arshavinboth tried to bundle their way through a crowded area. Each time their eventual shot was blocked. At the start of this season, you would have been pleased enough Arsenal’s opening but, at the same time, you would be harbouring some concerns that they could be caught out. However in recent months Wenger’s men are worthy of much more confidence and the opening goal this afternoon was typical of their current brio. In the 26th minute, Nicklas Bendtner’s clever back-flick diverted the ball to Fabregas in the centre circle. His raking pass sent Arshavin scuttling clear on the left. The Russian reached the area and bided his time for his captain to catch up. Once he had, the 27-year-old laid on the perfect pass for the sliding Spaniard to rifle home.It was only the second goal of the season for Fabregas. The other had denied another North-East side, Sunderland, the full three points in the final seconds at The Stadium of Light back on October 4. Arsenal’s tails was now up – and there are few more beautiful sights in football than Wenger’s side with a lead on the scoreboard and confidence flowing in their veins. Just past the half-hour,Walcott fired across the face of the area and inches wide of the far post. Then Arshavin appeared on the right and cut the ball back for Toure who took a centre back’s slash at it and the opportunity went begging. Before that Middlesbrough had a creditable claim for a penalty when Stewart Downing’s corner appeared to hit the arm of Bendtner. Up until the 43rd minute, the visitors had not created a single chance – on or off target. But they would put that right in fine fashion. Downing let fly from outside the area and Almunia had to dive full-length to prevent his low effort creeping inside the near post.
2nd half : Arsenal were also indebted to their Spanish keeper five minutes after the restart. Defensive dalliance allowed Jeremie Aliadiere to go through one-on-one but Almunia spread himself widely and the ball bounced off his legs. Perhaps Arsenal were unsettled by a change at half time. Mikael Silvestre did not appear after the interval and Johan Djourou came on for his first appearance after being carried off at Wigan on April 11 with a knee problem. Normal service seemed to be resumed almost immediately when Walcott fired low towards goal from an acute angle. Brad Jones clutched the ball on the line. Arsenal soon resumed control once more with Arshavin at the heart of almost everything they did. In the 67th minute, Fabregas latched on to a long, low pass forward from Eboue, skipped past Jones and rolled home his second.It would be the captain’s final touch. Emmanuel Adebayor and Abou Diaby were waiting by the touchline when the goal was scored.Before the kick-off they came on for Fabregas and Walcott. Now that WAS a move made with Wednesday in mind. Boro had played the second half like a cup tie. In the circumstances it was all they could do but it had been nowhere near enough. Nasri and Bendtner both forced the best from Jones as Arsenal cruised home. On this performance Middlesbrough fans have to be pessimistic about their chances of avoiding the drop. Arsenal, however, are looking upwards in more ways than one. Roll on Wednesday.
Full Time : Arsenal won. Arsenal 2, Middlesbrough 0.
p/s : too bad the videos are in bahasa ENTAH.. btw, Cesc Fabregas finally score! and OMG! clash Arsenal vs Man Utd this khamis subuh :S
Beyond Your Imagination at 4:02 PM
Liverpool 4-4 Arsenal, 21st April 2009.
1st half : Arsenal played their part in a slick, high-octane start but Liverpool created the early chances. No prizes for guessing that Torres was the main threat. He burst away from Sagna and Kolo Toure in the third minute but shot straight at Fabianski. The Spaniard almost muscled his way through again moments later before his compatriot, Albert Riera, tested Fabianski again. Arsenal’s keeper was criticised for his part in Saturday’s FA Cup exit but he looked solid, athletic and decisive here. The Pole rushed out to deny Benayoun after Dirk Kuyt’s clever pass inside the full-back and Fabianski got up quickly to smother Alvaro Arbeloa’s follow-up. A flying tip-over from Torres’ snap-shot was a further boost to Fabianski’s confidence. The visitors’ passing had been neat and tidy but the clock showed 28 minutes before they seriously threatened Pepe Reina’s goal. Bendtner found Gibbs, the left-back swung in a cross and Daniel Agger’s ill-judged header landed at the feet of Cesc Fabregas. His control was on the money; his shot wasn’t. Back came Liverpool. Torres stung the hands of Fabianski yet again and Samir Nasri kicked away Agger’s header from his own post. The clever money seemed to be on a goal for the hosts. Instead, Arsenal struck. Javier Mascherano was caught in possession by Fabregas on the corner of the box and the Spaniard collected Nasri’s well-timed pass before squaring for Arshavin to fire in off the crossbar.The goal stunned the home fans – and probably surprised the away section too. Liverpool went for an instant riposte but Fabianski flew to his right to push away Benayoun’s shot. The Pole preserved Arsenal’s lead until the break but he was beaten just three minutes after the restart. Sagna’s clearance was miscued, Kuyt lifted the ball into the danger area at the second attempt and Torres directed his header into the bottom corner.
2nd half : Suddenly it was all Liverpool. With the Kop roaring them on, the hosts went for the jugular. Nerves frayed in the Arsenal box and another shaky clearance – this time from Fabianski – was ruthlessly punished. Once again Kuyt was the provider; his deep cross found Benayoun and the Israeli’s brave far-post header had just enough on it to cross the line. The writing seemed to be on the wall for Arsenal but they hit back brilliantly 11 minutes later. Arshavin robbed Arbeloa 25 yards out and lashed a thunderous effort past Reina.Just three minutes later the Russian completed his treble. This time Fabio Aurelio hashed his clearance and Arshavin slammed the ball into the net. Incredible.The drama wasn’t over. Two minutes later Riera swung in a cross and Torres held off Mikael Silvestre before beating Fabianski once again. The pace was relentless and it showed no sign of abating as Liverpool chased the winner which would keep their title hopes on the boil. Gibbs nodded another Torres header off the line as Liverpool pressed but Arshavin rounded off a slick breakaway with a precise left-footed finish to give Arsenal the lead yet again.That seemed to be that but Benayoun pounced in the dying seconds and both teams had to settle for the draw. Frankly, neither side deserved to lose.
Full Time : Draw. Liverpool 4, Arsenal 4.
p/s : It was a great match! a well-played by Arsenal.. as well as Liverpool also! :D
Beyond Your Imagination at 2:42 PM
Testing out the "Nikon D70"
this is actually my first time menggambar using the DSLR.. and also, this is not mine.. :( my bro punya.. now, i understand why people love photography! :D and seriously, i love DSLR! i hope i get one this year.. *amin* my birthday is on 2nd May.. so DSLR as my present? hahaha! assalamualaikum. (:
Beyond Your Imagination at 12:41 AM
Chelsea 2-1 Arsenal, 18th April 2009.
1st half : Arsenal nearly trailed as early as the fourth minute. Lukasz Fabianski raced out of his box to deal with a long diagonal ball in behind his back four but was beaten in the air by Drogba. Gibbs scurried back to clear off the line, much as he did at Wigan a week ago. Before the match Wenger aired his concerns about the Wembley pitch, perceived to be a pale imitation of it predecessor’s hallowed turf. The Frenchman had a point - the surface cut up quickly and did nothing to help either side’s passing game. Indeed, one uneasy pass almost cost the Gunners dearly. Frank Lampard intercepted Denilson’s tentative prod and found Drogba racing through the left channel. Fabianski plucked his low cross out of the air. For all their possession Arsenal had not extended the Pole’s opposite number by this point, but after 18 minutes they found the breakthrough. Emmanuel Adebayor’s clever pass from the left touchline picked outGibbs’ run into the box and Walcott met his deep cross with a first-time effort which found the corner via Ashley Cole’s hand and Petr Cech’s fingertips.The goal settled any remaining Arsenal nerves on and off the pitch but their lead would last just 14 minutes. Once again a deep crossfield ball caused problems and this time Malouda took advantage, cutting inside Eboue and firing low inside Fabianski’s near post. Four minutes later it almost got a lot worse. Diaby was caught in possession inside his own box and Nicolas Anelka fizzed a low shot against the Fabianski’s far post. Chelsea scented blood; Arsenal looked nervy. They needed to regroup and, in truth, the half-time whistle was a welcome one.
2nd half : The break seemed to do the Gunners good. Within minutes of the restart Adebayor had lashed a presentable chance wide and then almost got on the end of a teasing delivery from Van Persie.Kolo Toure’s vital challenge denied Lampard a gilt-edged chance at the other end but the momentum was with Arsenal and Van Persie twice went close just after the hour mark. First the Dutchman was inches away from converting a Walcott cross, then he lashed a shot just over the angle from the edge of the box. That was pretty much Van Persie’s last meaningful action; Arshavin replaced him with 15 minutes left.Nicklas Bendter replaced Adebayor five minutes later. Before either had a chance to influence the game, Chelsea were ahead. A long ball over the top sent Drogba clear and he side-stepped the onrushing Fabianski before sliding the ball into an empty net. It was a sickening way to succumb after Arsenal had enjoyed their fair share of the possession and the chances. But they could respond as Chelsea closed the game out. This hurt, but the season is not over. Man United and Barcelona will beg to differ but Arsenal could yet have their revenge - in the Champions League Final.
Full Time : Chelsea won. Chelsea 2, Arsenal 1.
p/s : i know people! ARSENAL LOST! so people will ask me like this "zman, kenapa tia arsenal kalah atu?" i would say "bukan aku yang manage arsenal! tanyawah c wenger! IM JUST A DIE-HARD FAN!!! NOT THE MANAGER!!" well, congratulations to chelsea! (:
Beyond Your Imagination at 8:33 PM
okay, assalamualaikum people, tadi patang lapas patang ku ke mall sama cousins ku.. actually planning hari sabtu, but since nada transport lagipun AF (nya cousin ku).. so we decided hari ani saja.. so yeah, OFF WE GO TO MALL! hahaha apakan.. yatah bila sampai sana, kami ani kan liat "Paul Blart : Mall Cop" wah.. kali kami ani jalan2 dulu kan ke jamban before membali ticket, otw to kejamban.. ada tia poster "HOUSE" ani.. kali one of my cousin cakap "bah liat cerita house saja eh! lagipun Mall Cop atu akhir main ah and macam siok jua tu teriak2 liat wayang ani".. i was like "hahaha manasaja!" then lapas ke jamban, membali tah tiket "HOUSE" ani.. then kana suruh pilih seats.. yatah banyak kusung tu! hahahaa! macam sikit kanya orang meliat ah! kami d row "C".. then batah lagi wayang atu main.. so kami go to this restaurant.. kami makan2 then after that ke arcade sekajap.. then barutah bali pop corn then masuk di cinema number "2" hahaha! masa awal2 i thought cinema "3" wah! nasib jua! hahaha! mun ku inda check tiket atu wah! sampai malam pun inda belampung tu cinema 3 ah.. hahaha! then masuk.. then liat lah wayang cerita "HOUSE" ani.. it was siok! i will give 8/10 lah.. awal cerita nya cemani.. tuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuut~ *cut* sorry people, i cannot tell it.. hahaha! liat saja arah wayang ah.. :D so thats it!
p/s : to those people yang (COMPLAINING MY BLOG) this is update about myself! enjoy reading! i know aku selalu update pasal Arsenal, Arsenal and Arsenal.. but here it is.. pasal myself! "why do i always update pasal Arsenal?" pasal it is my BELOVED team and i watch it..." so kirakan macam about myself lah tu.. BUT PEOPLE! dont worry, i'll update my blog MORE ABOUT MYSELF kalau ku sudah ada camera! not just a camera, i HOPE a DSLR.. so anyone? my birthday is on 2nd May.. DSLR anyone? HAHAHAHA! ok.. assalamualaikum. (:
Beyond Your Imagination at 6:31 AM
Arsenal 3-0 Villarreal, 15th April 2009.
1st half : The former Arsenal midfielder was still applauding a richly-deserved ovation from the home fans when the game kicked off. The pace had been relenting from the off at El Madrigal last week and it was exactly the same this evening. Only this time both sides were at it. Eight days ago Villarreal bossed the first half only for Arsenal to take over after the break. Tonight it was more level in the opening stages but the home side would take a 10th-minute lead. Before that, Walcott’s low crosswas missed by Gonzalo Rodriguez at the near post and Fabregas collected before clipping a cross to Van Persie who nodded over. At the other end, Giuseppe Rossi’s deep free-kick was volleyed straight at Fabianski by Diego Godin at the far post. Fabregas then reached the byline and cut the ball back to Adebayor who twisted into space but could not quite control the ball. Both sides were full of pace and passing but Arsenal had the edge in both departments and would deserve their lead. Fabregas touched on a right-wing pass from Eboue and Godin slipped to allow Walcott clear into the channel. It was one-on-one but the England winger still had options to his left. He decided to go it alone and was proved right. He expertly scooped a shot over Diego Lopez and the ball seemed to hang for an eternity before dropping into the far side of the net.Pires’ shot deflected dangerously wide in the 16th minute and Bruno had an effort blocked shortly afterwards. Despite that Arsenal were still the better side. Adebayor saw a header clutched on the line by Lopez and then fell foul of the offside flag a couple of minutes later as Arsenal continued to create. On the half-hour, they thought they had scored again. Mati Fernandez hauled down Fabregas just outside the Villarreal area and Van Persie’s fast, dipping free-kick was palmed out by Lopez at the far post. Adebayor was quick to pounce and nodded the ball goalward, the backtracking Pires inadvertently chested it further towards the net only for Rodriguez to hack it off the line. Arsenal claimed the goal but replays proved referee Wolfgang Stark had called correctly. Fernandez planted a tame free-kick into the hands of Fabianski towards the interval but, in truth, another Arsenal goal seemed the more likely. Adebayor nearly profited in the six-yard area after Van Persie had pressured Rodriguez into an error and then the Togolese striker failed to capitalise following fine work from Eboue and Walcott down the right. But Villarreal were very much in the game and saved arguably their best chance of the half for injury time. Fernandez fired over a corner and Godin smuggled a header just over bar. Both the crowd and the players needed the interval. It had been a breathless first half but it was Arsenal who had the crucial advantage. All they had to hold on. But, then, that is not the Arsenal way is it?
2nd half : The start of the second half was more of the same. Villarreal were purposeful and precise but they were playing a passing game that Wenger’s has distilled to perfection at this Club down the years. It was the Sorcerers versus the Apprentices. On the hour, Van Persie pirouetted into space on the edge of the area and measured a pass to Adebayor on the left of the area. The striker prodded his shot past Lopez and into the far corner.It was his 16th goal of the season, his sixth in six Champions League starts this season and the cue for pandemonium at Emirates Stadium. Four Arsenal players – Adebayor, Eboue, Silvestre and Song - danced by the corner flag. Even Arsène Wenger could not resist a jig on the touchline. It was the crucial goal and afterwards Villarreal began to unravel. Godin clipped Walcott close to the right-hand byline and the referee pointed to the spot. It was a soft spot-kick to concede and Eguren’s protests earned him a second yellow card plus a red for free. Van Persie hammered the penalty home all the gusto and confidence displayed his team on the night.Arsenal were in the Semi-Finals. With that in mind, Wenger brought on Nicklas Bendtner and Diaby. The latter came closest to adding a fourth when he dragged his drive across the face of goal. The home crowd were now in celebratory mood.As is tradition, Rocky Rocastle was remembered insong but so was Pires.This was of course the farewell he had wanted after his last Arsenal appearance had seen him subbed in the Champions League Final of 2006. Quite rightly he was afforded a hero’s farewell as he left the pitch. Pires’s old side might just be heading back to the Final this year.
Full Time : Arsenal won. Arsenal 3, Villarreal 0. (4-1 on agg)
p/s : Arsenal will be facing off Manchester United! OMG! CLASH OF THE TITANS! ;D