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A Last Gasp Winner!

In true United style, a victory was snatched at the death when Ryan Giggs netted in the 90th minute.

With Manchester City having beaten Blackburn on Saturday, United knew anything other than a win would leave them trailing our noisy-neighbours.

After Paul Scholes had put United ahead early on, the points looked to be heading our way. But, a late equaliser from Grant Holt looked to have earned our gallant hosts a draw.

But step forward Ryan Giggs, finally making his 900th appearance, to land us all three points.

Talking about that incredible resolve, Sir Alex Ferguson had this to say,

'Norwich deserved a point today and it was a great goal they scored, but at that moment you saw us as Manchester United."

'I am sure this result will have an impact on the season."

'Everyone knows we never give in, no matter who plays us, they know they will have to play right to the death.'


It really is turning into a thrilling title race!



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday February 26 2012

Time: 7:15PM

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Pure United, never give up. Excellent
nordkap
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27/02/2012 07:23:00

Pure u****d, never get penalised.
fifthcolumnblue
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27/02/2012 09:14:00

What filth, are you upset?..buhu...
nordkap
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27/02/2012 10:26:00

Nah mate, not upset, just telling the truth - but in typical arrogant rag fashion you pretend the two penalties Norwich didn't get never happened, and that anyone who points it out is an ABU. To be honest, I really think your lot are running on fumes at the moment and something's going to give real soon. The combined age of your goalscorers yesterday was 75 years. What future?
fifthcolumnblue
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27/02/2012 12:48:00

"United knew anything other than a win would leave them trailing our noisy-neighbours." ermmm, you may not have noticed RB but U*d are still trailing.
Bluedub
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27/02/2012 16:40:00

 

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