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Barclays Photography Award - shortlisted images

Barclays Photography Award - shortlisted images

  • Bradley Ormesher (The Times): Man Utd v Reading. Winger Cristiano Ronaldo is surrounded by opponents at Old Trafford.
  • Clive Brunskill (Getty Images): Liverpool v Newcastle 26/12/1999. Steve Staunton and Jamie Carragher challenge for the ball.
  • Craig Brough (Action Images): Hull City v Liverpool 09/5/10. Hull City fans surround Steven Gerrard after a 0-0 draw against the Reds.
  • Darren Walsh (Chelsea FC): Man utd v Liverpool 30/03/94.Goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel dives at full stretch as Ian Rush and Paul Parker look on.
  • Graham Chadwick (Daily Mail): Fulham v Blackburn. Cottagers keeper Mark Schwarzer makes a spectacular dive under the floodlights.
  • Mark Leech (Offside Sports Photography): Tottenham v Arsenal 28/12/97. David Ginola shows his agility during the north London derby.
  • Mike Hewitt (Getty Images): Sunderland v Liverpool 17/10/2009 - Marcus Bent scores his infamous goal, which is deflected into the net off a stray beach ball.
  • Robert Noyes (Pinnacle): Chelsea v Hull 15/08/2009. Boaz Myhill can do nothing as Didier Drogba scores at Stamford Bridge.
  • Robin Jones (Digital South): Southampton v Man City 01/11/03. Chris Marsden receives treatment at the St Mary's Stadium.
  • Robin Parker (FotoSport): Man Utd v Man City - 12/02/2011. Wayne Rooney scores with a spectacular overhead kick to seal derby victory for United.
  • Tom Jenkins (Guardian/Observer): Man Utd v Liverpool 14/03/09. Cristiano Ronaldo convernts a penalty against Pepe Reina.
  • Tony O'Brien (Action Images): Wimbledon v Man Utd 17/08/96. David Beckham scores one of the iconic goals in Premier League history.

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