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MANCHESTER, England - Frank Lampard showed his value to Manchester City on Thursday by clinching a 3-2 victory over Sunderland just one day after extending his deal with the club until the end of the season.After City threw away a 2-0 lead, the 36-year-old Lampard spared Citys blushes with a milestone goal in the 73rd minute. The former Chelsea midfielder moved to fourth place on the Premier Leagues all-time scoring leaderboard by netting for the 176th time in the division, heading in from Gael Clichys cross.By now Lampard was due to be getting ready for his Major League Soccer career with Citys new sister club New York City FC. But Man City announced late on Wednesday that Lampard would be staying until the end of the season to be part of the second-place teams title push.A dull contest burst into life after Yaya Toure broke the deadlock with a stunning strike after 57 minutes. Four more goals followed in the next 16 minutes as Stevan Jovetic added a second for City and Sunderland hit back through former City players Jack Rodwell and Adam Johnson.It then fell to substitute Lampard to score his seventh goal for City.What unfolded in the second half came in remarkable contrast to the first half.City, who had Willy Caballero in goal in place of the rested Joe Hart, dominated possession but Sunderland played deep.City created an early opening with Jovetic flashing a shot wide after combining with David Silva but their opportunities were limited.Toure, who gave City control of midfield after being rested for Sundays 2-2 draw with Burnley, sliced one chance from distance well wide and high.City tried to up the tempo in the second half, and Jesus Navas shot wide within a minute of the restart, but the game appeared to be changing little until Toure finally struck.City again seemed to be getting little joy as they looked to prize an opening in the Sunderland defence - but Toure opted for power. The Ivory Coast midfielder, who heads off to the African Cup of Nations next week, was lurking just outside the area when he raced onto Jovetics lay-off and smashed a shot into the top corner.City then seemed to have made the game safe as Jovetic released Clichy down the left and then sprinted into the area to take his return pass and beat Costel Pantilimon with a neat flick.But with the game having suddenly come to life, Sunderland produced a remarkable response to level with two quickfire goals.Emanuele Giaccherini extended Caballero with a good shot but Rodwell got a firm header to Larssons cross from the resulting corner to pull a goal back.City lost its discipline and was pulled apart moments later as Sunderland attacked again.Ricardo Alvarez drove the ball across the box and Zabaleta felled Billy Jones attempting to stop the inrushing defender. 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Opportunities arent guaranteed and they dont come around too often, so you dont want to waste them." Geovany Soto hit a two-run single to highlight a six-run first inning as the As chased C.J. Wilson after just two outs for the second-shortest start of his career. Stephen Vogt added a two-run single in the seventh. Albert Pujols hit a three-run homer in the eighth for Los Angeles, giving him 1,602 RBIs for 33rd on the career list. Samardzija (5-5) beat the Angels for the first time in three career starts and won for the first time in five starts since a victory at Houston on Aug. 25. Samardzija struck out three and didnt walk a batter while working at least seven innings for the sixth straight start. "Hes been terrific, and really emotional," Oakland manager Bob Melvin said. "You get that kind of lift when you play behind him knowing hes so into it." When Samardzija has pitched this year, his teams -- the Cubs and As -- have been shut out six times and held to one run or fewer 10 times. The early run support sure helped this time. Some snazzy defence, too. Josh Donaldson stopped a sharp grounder by Chris Iannetta that flipped up off his glove, and the All-Star third baseman made a barehanded catch and threw to first to end the seventh. Samardzija walked off shaking his head in disbelief. "I think he was bored and wanted to make things interesting," Samardzija said. Los Angeles manager Mike Scioscia made it clear before the game that he wants his team to treat the remaining games with the same urgency even though the Angels clinched their first division title since 2009 last week. "I think its impoortant to play and keep your edge," he said.dddddddddddd. "Naturally, these games have bearing on all the teams." Among his four free passes, Wilson (13-10) allowed bases-loaded walks to Derek Norris and Nate Freiman in the first that put the As ahead. Soto then singled up the middle to make it 4-1. "If youre missing your spots all over the place, its a mechanical thing," Wilson said. Before Sotos single, Oakland was hitless in 18 plate appearances with the bases loaded since Sept. 9. Wilson, the first of three straight southpaws scheduled to start in this series, had his three-start winning streak snapped. His only shorter start was one-third of an inning on May 11, 2012, at Texas. "Thats a rough one for C.J.," Scioscia said. "Weve looked at C.J. from every angle possible. Hes prepared, he knows what hes trying to do, he has terrific stuff. At times it works and hes on top of the game. Sometimes the games on top of him and we saw that tonight." Oakland scored eight or more runs in consecutive games for the first time since July 23-24 against Houston. The As hold a 9-8 lead in the season series, dropping the Angels to 1-6 at the Coliseum. TRAINERS ROOM Angels: OF Josh Hamilton hit off a tee as he tries to work his way back from pain in his upper body that sidelined him for the 17th time in 18 games. ... 2B Howie Kendrick was rested as a precaution a day after he was pulled late in the game with minor tightness in his hamstring. ... RHP Matt Shoemaker, making progress in his recovery from a strained left oblique, played light catch and is still giving Scioscia enough "encouraging" signs that he could make the post-season roster. Athletics: SS Jed Lowrie, who left Sundays game after four innings with a bruised left foot, and C Derek Norris (shoulder) returned to the lineup, though Norris was the DH after requiring an injection. UP NEXT Angels: LHP Wade LeBlanc (0-1, 5.24 ERA) makes his third start and 10th appearance, carrying a scoreless stretch of 10 1-3 innings over his last five outings. LeBlanc has faced the As twice in relief this year. Athletics: RHP Sonny Gray (13-9, 3.28) looks to snap a five-start winless stretch with what would be just his second victory in 11 starts since a 5-0 July that earned him AL pitcher of the month honours. Wholesale NFL Jerseys ' ' '
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