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United
2 - 3
Spurs

Premier League

Old Trafford

29/09/12 17:35

Attendance: 75,566

Referee: C.Foy

UnitedSpurs
Nani (51), Kagawa (53)Vertonghen (2), Bale (32), Dempsey (52)
Lindegaard     Friedel    
Rafael     Walker    
Ferdinand     90 Gallas    
Evans     Caulker    
Evra     Vertonghen    
Nani     Lennon    
Carrick     Sandro    
Scholes     Dembele     84
Giggs     46 Dempsey     70
Kagawa     79 Bale    
Van Persie     Defoe     90
Substitutes
De Gea     Lloris    
Anderson     Falque    
Cleverley     Townsend    
Wootton     Mason    
Rooney     46 Sigurdsson     70
Welbeck     79 Huddlestone     84
Hernandez     90 Dawson     90
Game Statistics
23
Goal Attempts
16
15
On Target
10
9
Corners
5
2
Offside
2
7
Fouls
9
0
Yellow Cards
0
0
Red Cards
0
74
%
26
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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday September 30 2012
Time: 12:02PM

Comments

0
are u serious u had 74 % of possesion....shame u lost a match
AdwaitlovesChelsea
30/09/2012 15:24:00
0
Spurs fan here - I saw those possession stats from SKYSPORTS I think. BBC had it far more even. BUT as far as Man U were not in the game in the first half, Man U were totally dominant in the second half. Have no idea how you lost that.... Shades of Chelsea vs Barca and Bayern there....
TonyRich
30/09/2012 17:27:00
0
These have got to be wrong. We were dominated in the first half but dominated the 2nd so one would assume tonyrich is right and it would be more even.
TheFamousNo7
30/09/2012 21:17:00
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