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Manchester City 0 - Manchester United 1

Barclays Premier League

CoMS

30/11/08

Attendance: 47,320

Referee: Howard Webb

Manchester City
0 - 1
Manchester United
 
Rooney (42)
 
Venue: CoMS
 
Attendance: 47,320
The Teams
Joe Hart
 
 
 
Edwin Van der Sar
 
 
Micah Richards
 
 
(76)
 
Rafael Da Silva
 
 
Vincent Kompany
 
 
 
Rio Ferdinand
 
 
Richard Dunne
 
 
 
Nemanja Vidic
 
 
Javier Garrido
 
 
 
Patrice Evra
 
 
Wright-Phillips
 
 
 
Cristiano Ronaldo
 
 
Stephen Ireland
 
 
 
Michael Carrick
 
 
Dietmar Hamann
 
 
(46)
 
Darren Fletcher
 
 
Darius Vassell
 
 
(46)
 
Ji-Sung Park
 
 
(90)
Robinho
 
 
 
Wayne Rooney
 
 
Benjani
 
 
 
Dimitar Berbatov
 
 
(83)
Substitutes
Kasper Schmeichel
 
 
 
Ben Foster
 
 
Michael Ball
 
 
 
Anderson
 
 
Pablo Zabaleta
 
 
(46)
 
Ryan Giggs
 
 
(83)
Elano
 
 
(46)
 
Nani
 
 
Jo
 
 
 
John O'Shea
 
 
(90)
Tal Ben-Haim
 
 
 
Jonathan Evans
 
 
Daniel Sturridge
 
 
(76)
 
Carlos Tevez
 
 
Game Statistics
9
Goal Attempts
12
1
On Target
8
3
Corners
8
1
Offside
3
17
Fouls
15
2
Yellow Cards
5
0
Red Cards
1
49
%
51




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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday November 30 2008

Time: 4:19PM

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Unfortunately the statistics don't lie. Only one goal attempt on target in 90 minutes. Also we were often harried off the ball in midfield. We are too lightweight. We need more steel in the centre circle. Most of our best players played reasonably well (SWP, Ireland, Kompany, Hart) but the others seemed unable to raise their game. I'm not sure Robinho was fully match fit. Once again no striker to make the difference with a cutting edge. 26 minutes against 10 men should have produced a goal. Still, the Premiership is secondary to our season now. The UEFA Cup and FA Cup are where we can make breakthroughs. Shrewd investment in January and we could make top 7 or 8 -- and have two good cup runs. If this sounds despondent it's because right now I am.
Sindbad
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30/11/2008 17:23:00

agree completely......unless January brings any big surprises.....
lincolnblue
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