Found December 17, 2012 on Fox Soccer:
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Santi Cazorla grabbed a hat-trick as Arsenal climbed up to fifth in the Premier League with a 5-2 win at bottom-of-the-table Reading. The Gunners bounced back from their League Cup disappointment at Bradford in emphatic style with a convincing win at the Madejski Stadium. Arsenal went ahead early on as Lukas Podolski lashed the ball home past Adam Federici after just 14 minutes. Spanish star Cazorla then took control as he scored two goals in two-minutes just before half-time. The former Malaga man then cemented his claim for the match-ball with his third on the hour mark. Reading then showed some real spirit as they battled back with two goals of their own with Adam Le Fondre and Jimmy Kebe both slotting home. But the fairytale comeback never materialised as Theo Walcott - who started the game as a central striker - fired home Arsenal's fifth. The result moves Arsenal up to fifth in the Premier League table while Reading remain rooted to the bottom and in danger of ...
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