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Best on a Bad Night at Wembley?

Best on a Bad Night at Wembley?

Positively our last word on the events of last Saturday night, a night when our dreams of a Champions League victory were dashed by a Barcelona side playing slick, total football.

It`s time to announce who you voted for as our man-of-the-match!

Two prime candidates emerged, the scorer of our solitary goal and the person who was playing his last ever game for United.

As it turned out, it was Wayne Rooney that took the accolade with 44% of the vote compared to the 31% accumulated by Edwin van der Sar.

Our congratulations go to Wayne, it`s just a shame the final result, on the night, wasn`t to our liking!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Friday June 3 2011
Time: 11:57AM

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Rooney was great on the night, the only player on our side who was capable of being a threat to Barcelona. Whilst everyone else was nullified by the incredible Barca high pressure pressing game Rooney kept his cool, made space for himself and run at them and was rewarded with a goal. Van Der Sar was great also especially when you taking into consideration the number of shots he had to deal with, we're the shots were taken from and who was actually hitting the shots. The only goal he was at fault for was the 2nd one but even then you can't blame him as he assumed, like I did, that Messi was going for the far corner but Messi, being the footballing genius that he is, saw this and drove straight down the middle leaving Van Der Sar flat footed unfortunately.
TheFamousNo7
03/06/2011 13:51:00
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