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Manchester United 2 - Manchester City 0

Barclays Premier League

Old Trafford

10/05/09

Attendance: 75,464

Referee: Chris Foy

Manchester United
2 - 0
Manchester City
Ronaldo (18) Tevez (45)
 
 
Venue: Old Trafford
 
Attendance: 75,464
The Teams
Edwin Van der Sar
 
 
 
Shay Given
 
 
Rafael Da Silva
 
 
 
Micah Richards
 
 
Nemanja Vidic
 
 
 
Nedum Onuoha
 
 
Jonathan Evans
 
 
(71)
 
Richard Dunne
 
 
Patrice Evra
 
 
 
Wayne Bridge
 
 
Cristiano Ronaldo
 
 
(58)
 
Blumer Elano
 
 
Darren Fletcher
 
 
 
Stephen Ireland
 
 
Ryan Giggs
 
 
 
Vincent Kompany
 
 
Ji-Sung Park
 
 
(58)
 
Nigel De Jong
 
 
(73)
Dimitar Berbatov
 
 
 
De Souza Robinho
 
 
(89)
Carlos Tevez
 
 
 
Felipe Caicedo
 
 
(63)
Substitutes
Tomasz Kuszczak
 
 
 
Joe Hart
 
 
Gary Neville
 
 
 
Pablo Zabaleta
 
 
Wayne Rooney
 
 
(58)
 
Valeri Bojinov
 
 
(63)
Michael Carrick
 
 
 
Martin Petrov
 
 
Luis Nani
 
 
 
Gelson Fernandes
 
 
Paul Scholes
 
 
(58)
 
Ched Evans
 
 
(89)
John O'Shea
 
 
(71)
 
Glauber Berti
 
 
Game Statistics
14
Goal Attempts
11
9
On Target
5
12
Corners
10
1
Offside
2
11
Fouls
14
1
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
0
48
%
52




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Date:Sunday May 10 2009

Time: 3:41PM

Your Comments

Not a bad second half and not over run by the rags, a game of if onlys and had Robbi put that second half early chance away, we might have been in with a shout, but powder puffs up front, we are lacking in quality up front.
Buzz Lightyear
I've just seen the stats and i am amazed we had so many shots at goal - many of them were just tame shots or a mile wide. A lot of our possesion was just passing it around in midfield.
Thaibluefan
I've tasted defeat there before and come away in despair. But not anymore. They can't afford 30 mill for Quasimodo Tevez. We are not going to go away, rags.
Johnny Baguette
JB - Oh yes you are going away! Away into mediocrity! Hahaha this double should your traps for a while....
ForeverUnited
Come back when you're at least challenging for the CARLING CUP!
ForeverUnited
Oh yoiu kill me ForeverUnited!! My ribs hurt just reading your post...
Tudor
Thought you'd have got something out of the game
Tiny T
foreverunited enjoy the win, as we will be up there challenging for the title soon, & what are you lot gonna do when taggart chops goes into his retirement home
cityman51
looks like the Premier League is signed, sealed and delivered!
merlin
cityman51 - Challenging for a title soon? I hope for your sake, you'll be around to see it when it happens....
ForeverUnited
We couldnt compete in the final third. Ireland finally had a bad game, sadly it was today. I dont understand what dejong or micah richards are doing at city. Next season will be different...
enzo city
ForeverUnited ......remember "he who laughs last" .........
Doody
 

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