Written by Ellis Ian Fields

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Sunday, 27 February 2011

A horrendous cock-up between the Arsenal goalkeeper and his defence led to the goal which won the Carling Cup for the side from the Second City.

Many pundits before the game would have fancied the thoroughbred Gunners against the Premier League journeymen from Birmingham.

But the Brummies worked hard and defended manfully - goalkeeper Foster playing a blinder at their rear.

Arsenal, without the injured talismanic Fabregas, went behind in the first half but equalised before half time. They came out for the second half looking more like themselves, but they couldn't break Birmingham down.

Then on 97 minutes came the blunder the Arsenal defence will have nightmares about for months. Martins was able to just roll the ball into the net.

Unfortunately for us, the Birmingham Scots manager, Alex McLeish, ws so excited after the match that we couldn't understand word he said.

Also, all we could get out of Birmingham staff, was: "Bostin' myte, just bostin'."

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