Wanchope hands City win
By Peter O`Rourke
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Injury-plagued striker Paulo Wanchope was the hero for City hitting the winner late on with his first goal in over 18 months.
Danko Lazovic gave Feyenoord the lead on 24 minutes after a defensive mix-up between new City captain Sylvain Distin and Carlo Nash.
The visitors drew level on the half hour with a fine solo strike from French ace Nicolas Anelka.
The game looked set to end all-square until Wanchope popped up two minutes from time to smash home Trevor Sinclair's cut-back and give City a morale-boosting win.
Arsenal also recorded their first win of pre-season with an impressive 2-0 victory over Austria Vienna.
Dennis Bergkamp netted the opener for Arsenal on 29 minutes with a fine finish and he turned provider for the second setting up Francis Jeffers for a simple tap in a minute before the break.
Portsmouth were held to a 2-2 draw by Second Division Swindon in an entertaining clash at the County Ground.
Steve Robinson (22) and Sam Parkin (35) put Swindon in control before Boris Zivkovic pulled one back for Pompey just before half time with his first goal for the club.
Bulgarian star Svetoslav Todorov earned Pompey a draw with a 64th minute equaliser.
Charlton picked up their first win of pre-season with a resounding 5-0 win over Third Division Leyton Orient with Shaun Bartlett helping himself to a hat trick.
Bartlett headed home his first on the quarter hour and new signing Matt Holland netted his first goal for the club on the hour.
Bartlett grabbed his second on 38 minutes and completed his treble five minutes after the restart.
Kevin Lisbie completed the scoring heading home from a corner late on.
Second half goals from Paul Dickov and Brian Deane gave Leicester City a 2-1 victory over Kings of Kuopio in the latest game of their Finnish tour.
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