F365's Opening Day Quiz: The Answers

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1) Who scored the first Premier League goal of the season for Liverpool against Stoke?

Daniel Sturridge.

2) Who 'inexplicably handled a free-kick in the penalty area' (courtesy of the BBC report) to give Stoke the chance of an equaliser from the spot?

Daniel Agger.

3) Who scampered away to score Aston Villa's final goal in their 3-1 win over Arsenal?

Antonio Luna.

4) Emmanuel Frimpong was on the bench for Arsenal that day; at which club did he end the season?

Barnsley.

5) What was the score as Norwich and Everton faced each other at Carrow Road?

2-2.

6) Ricky van Wolfswinkel scored for the Canaries that day. How many PL goals did he score in the whole season?

1 (one).

7) Name three of Sunderland's five debutants as they lost 1-0 at home to Fulham.

Ondrej Celustka, Valentin Roberge, Cabral, Emanuele Giaccherini and Jozy Altidore.

8) For which club does Fulham's matchwinner Pajtim Kasami now play?

Olympiacos.

9) How many of Southampton's starters at West Brom have now left the club?

Five - Dejan Lovren, Calum Chambers, Luke Shaw, Rickie Lambert and Adam Lallana.

10) Nicolas Anelka made a start for his sixth PL club. Name the others in order.

Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City, Bolton and Chelsea.

11) Which striker - who later had a loan spell at Wigan - missed a gilt-edged chance for Cardiff at West Ham?

Nicky Maynard.

12) Name either of West Ham's scorers that day.

Joe Cole and Kevin Nolan.

13) Who scored the first goal of David Moyes' reign as Manchester United manager.

Robin van Persie.

14) Who's the only member of that day's defence who is available for this weekend's game?

Phil Jones.

15) How much did Tottenham pay for Roberto Soldado - scorer of an opening-weekend penalty?

£26m.

16) Name any of the three Palace players who started that day v Spurs behind striker Dwight Gayle who would not start another PL game all season.

Aaron Wilbraham, Owen Garvan or Stephen Dobbie.

17) Which now-departed player started for Chelsea ahead of the benched Juan Mata on the opening day of the season against Hull?

Kevin de Bruyne.

18) Which three players started both of Jose Mourinho's 'first' games in charge as Chelsea boss?

Petr Cech, John Terry and Frank Lampard.

19) Who was sent off for Newcastle in the Monday night game against Manchester City?

Steven Taylor.

20) Who is the only member of City's starting XI that day who is no longer at the club?

Joleon Lescott.

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