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United
2 - 0
West Brom

Premier League

Old Trafford

11/03/12 14:00

Attendance: 75,598

Referee: L.Probert

UnitedWest Brom
Rooney 35 and 71 (pen)
De Gea     Foster    
Evra     Olsson    
Ferdinand     Ridgewell    
Evans     McAuley    
Jones     Tamas    
Carrick     Morrison    
Young     Andrews     72
Scholes     72 Brunt     72
Rooney     Mulumbu    
Hernandez     Odemwingie    
Welbeck     77 Fortune     77
Substitutes
Amos     Daniels    
Rafael     Shorey     72
Giggs     Tchoyi    
Park     Dorrans    
Cleverley     77 Scharner     72
Pogba     72 Long     77
Berbatov     Cox    
Game Statistics
20
Goal Attempts
6
9
On Target
3
8
Corners
5
5
Fouls
13
0
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
1
56
%
44

Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday March 11 2012
Time: 5:42PM

Comments

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Good game, good performance, would have liked a few more goals given the chances we had.. Clevery back - excellent, Pogba now that was a surprise given the latest rumors about him signing for Juventus - hmm. Sweet with the bitters loosing to Swansea, nerves are getting to them, and we are in the driving seat.
nordkap
11/03/2012 17:57:00
0
Greaat game, hopefully we can take down bilbao now , and the bitters seem to be running a melodramatic school, why was that sad poser crying when swensea scored? either hes just to sensible or they are getting paid good to show fake feelings carrick: its your time to shine micheal, we cant keep waiting, we trust you
RedDevilKile
11/03/2012 18:08:00
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