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Carrick pleased with win (AUDIO)


With so much at stake for the Champions, all eyes were cast on the early kick off on 'Grand Slam Sunday' as Manchester United took on Liverpool at Old Trafford.

A rare goal from Wes Brown set United on their way before Javier Mascherano saw a second yellow for continuous back chat towards the referee with half time not even reached.

Cristiano Ronaldo scored his first goal against Liverpool after heading in a corner and Nani finished the scoring off a couple of minutes later after cutting inside and unleashing a fierce drive past Pepe Reina.

One of United's key players was Michael Carrick, with the playmaker proving a crucial part in nullifying Liverpool's attacking threat, and he said after the match he thoroughly enjoyed himself out on the pitch as his side opened up a 6 point gap to Arsenal and maintained their 5 point lead on Chelsea, who are now up into second.

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Date:Sunday March 23 2008

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