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United x Wigan The Goals

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Man United defeated nine-man Wigan to draw level on points with Chelsea at the top of the Premier League (28 points). In the game where Wayne Rooney made his comeback, Patrice Evra broke the deadlock before half time while super-sub Javier Hernandez scored his seventh goal with an awesome header.

Evra Goal

Hernandez Goal


Coming Up: Media review by Frank Sciclina and Tactical review by Tom Addison

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  1. GAZZARO says:

    Terrific weekend really!!!…

    We won, Arsenal and Chelsea lost…

    However, if we honestly look back at our game, it’s a poor performace, especially considering that we’re playing against the 9-man team Wigan for more than 30 min.!!!..

    The quality is not there… Our defenders are great, but the problem is we have no world class midfielder to control games and create chances for us, especially when we’re playing against team that defending deep. Carrick is poor again. Fletcher and Park are working hard, but they are not world class players. Nani produce some good display, but he need to have more consistance. Up-front, the signing of a real top class striker (big and tall) is a must.

  2. Big Boss says:

    Good points, however, the three points are the most important thing these days… I really would like to see our players r back to thier top form…but i wish SAF will buy one or two players in January.

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