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Sunderland
0 - 1
United

Premier League

Stadium of Light

02/05/10 16:00

Attendance: 47,641

Referee: S.Bennett

SunderlandUnited
Nani (28)
Gordon     Van der Sar    
Bardsley     O'Shea    
Turner     Evans    
Mensah     18 Vidic    
Richardson     Evra    
Henderson     74 Nani     93
Meyler     37 Scholes    
Cana     Fletcher     87
Malbranque     Giggs    
Campbell     Berbatov     71
Bent     Rooney    
Substitutes
Carson     Foster    
Ferdinand     Hargreaves     93
Zenden     Ferdinand     87
Jones     74 Brown    
Da Silva     Park    
Kilgallon     18 Carrick     71
Cattermole     37 Macheda    
Game Statistics
10
Goal Attempts
14
2
On Target
9
9
Corners
4
10
Fouls
9
3
Yellow Cards
2
0
Red Cards
0
41
%
59

Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday May 2 2010
Time: 7:01PM

Comments

0
First of all a big hello to all Utd supporters around the world and for me this was a good victory for us,the scoreline surely flattered Sunderland,we were carefree in our approach but I guess after chelsea's victory its all over but I'm still very proud of our boys the way they have performed,its been typical Utd and I hope all our boys do have a great WC.
Antriksh (abmtd)
03/05/2010 07:35:00
0
Addition of players in two areas-in the striking department and in the central area of our midfield and a little bit of luck when it comes to injuries,I guess we would be set to launch an attack in all competitions.
Antriksh (abmtd)
03/05/2010 07:40:00
0
I agree, fewer injuries and more game time for the youngsters should us in good stead for next season. Hope Rooney comes back safe from South Africa though!!
elvido
03/05/2010 11:29:00
0
if he ever makes it out there with all these niggles he keeps getting!
Red Boy
03/05/2010 13:53:00
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