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A near-purposeful slip? In a game that encapsulated the flaws of the high line - Gervinho got in behind for the first following Lampard’s petulant arguing with the referee, Andre Marriner; Branislav Ivanović and Terry switched off and Bosingwa was badly out of position for the second; the ‘far-forward’ Terry slipped his positioning for the third; and Florent Malouda’s poor backpass allowed Theo Walcott to burst through for the fourth - the flagging John Terry, in an unnatural (roams, rather than stations when going forward) tactical position was about to be seriously out-paced by Arsenal's Robin van Persie in a 3-5 defeat on 29 October

A near-purposeful slip? In a game that encapsulated the flaws of the high line – Gervinho got in behind for the first following Lampard’s petulant arguing with the referee, Andre Marriner; Branislav Ivanović and Terry switched off and Bosingwa was badly out of position for the second; the ‘far-forward’ Terry slipped his positioning for the third; and Florent Malouda’s poor backpass allowed Theo Walcott to burst through for the fourth – the flagging John Terry, in an unnatural (roams, rather than stations when going forward) tactical position was about to be seriously out-paced by Arsenal’s Robin van Persie in a 3-5 defeat on 29 October

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