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Arsenal puts three past Hahnemann
November 13th, 2007 7AM

TAGS:  england


[AMERICANS IN ENGLAND] Reading goalkeeper Marcus Hahneman was beaten by Mathieu Flamini, Emmanuel Adebayor and Alexander Hleb as the Royals fell, 3-1, to Arsenal, which moved ahead of Manchester United atop the EPL standings on goals scored is now unbeaten in 27 straight games. Hahnemann has conceded 29 goals in 13 games. Only last-place Derby has given up more goals (31) than Reading. Midfielder Bobby Convey started for Reading and played the first 70 minutes.

Arsenal has 30 points from 12 games while Man U has 30 points from 13 games. Each have a goal difference of plus-17, but Arsenal has scored 27 goals to United's 23.

Reading is in 12th place, but only five points above the relegation zone.

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