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United v Barcelona - Player Ratings!

Edwin van der Sar: His kicking is suspect but still confident with crosses. Rarely troubled though. 6

Owen Hargreaves: Wonderful defensive job, even had the strength to go forward occasionally. Kept Iniesta and Henry totally quiet. 8

Rio Ferdinand: Yet another brilliant performance. Eto'o could hardly breathe between our centre-backs, not a single mistake. 9

Wes Brown: Magnificent. I never realised he's capable of playing at such a level. Crucial tackles, interceptions, headers. Faultless. 9

Patrice Evra: He had trouble containing Messi but there's not a single full-back in the world who would have done better in that task. Bombed forward at will. 8

Ji-sung Park: Tireless. He's like that Duracell rabbit. And he should have scored. 8

Paul Scholes: He fired us into the final of the Champions League. Enough said. 10

Michael Carrick: Underrated job which he did well. Looked a bit tired though, otherwise he would have exerted more authority on the game. 6

Luis Nani: Always a threat though his decision-making needs to improve a lot. Should have scored at least twice, he had really good chances. His corners were dangerous throughout. 7

Cristiano Ronaldo: Kept and passed the ball well, he was quite selfless. Sometimes ran into blind alleys, that's true but a composed display. The others should have converted one of his crosses or passes. 7

Carlos Tevez: Fergie described him as a 'terrier' and that's what he was. Ran, ran and when he had enough of that, he ran a bit more. Kept the ball magnificently and set up chances for others. He could have scored after a magnificent one-two with Ronaldo. 8

Darren Fletcher: Added steel to our midfield in the closing stages. 6

Ryan Giggs: Hardly ever touched the ball, I can only remember a carelessly given away ball. 6

Mikael Silvestre: No impact.

Writer:Zae
Date:Wednesday April 30 2008
Time: 4:27PM

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Park had a brilliant game imo!
Fan of Blues
30/04/2008 16:49:00
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i thought tevez meb deserved 9 ??
fenton_01
30/04/2008 17:26:00
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yep, park was brilliant and tevez would deserve a nine. can't argue with the ten given to scholes tho :) carrick should get a seven but it was disappointed a bit with nani
Vidicinho
30/04/2008 18:02:00
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carrick shud of got 8, his passing was absoloutely sublime and it helped when we kept the ball, tevez and park 9 as well
Lil Carlitos
30/04/2008 18:46:00
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i think one question has come from this game. will vidic win back his place?
rooneyisgod
30/04/2008 20:42:00
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who do you guys think is better ronaldo or messi? jst wondering cus all untied fans ive spoke to say ronaldo even though it shud be messi... im not sayin ronaldo is rubbish cus hes world class bt surely u lot think different! jst askin for opinions cus its bin getting on my nerves since last night... and well played hope u go all the way!
spursfc
30/04/2008 20:54:00
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need you ask spursfc....the only answer you'll get here is the right one, RONALDO!!!!
united4life
30/04/2008 23:24:00
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haha thought id get tht lol nah i was jst seeing if all untied fans thought that lol n i hope u beat scum in the final!!
spursfc
30/04/2008 23:48:00
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