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Man Utd
1 - 0
Spurs

Old Trafford

09/09/2006

Attendance: 75,453

Referee:

Man UtdSpurs
Giggs - 9
Edwin Van der Sar     Paul Robinson    
Gary Neville     Pascal Chimbonda    
Rio Ferdinand     Michael Dawson    
Wes Brown     Ledley King     81
Patrice Evra     Benoit Assou-Ekotto    
Cristiano Ronaldo     91+ Jermaine Jenas    
Michael Carrick     79 Didier Zokora    
John O'Shea     Edgar Davids     57
Kieran Richardson     70 Hossam Ghaly    
Ryan Giggs     Robbie Keane     57
Louis Saha     Ahmed Mido    
Substitutes
Darren Fletcher     79 Radek Cerny    
Ji-Sung Park     70 Jermain Defoe     57
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer     Tom Huddlestone    
Tomasz Kuszczak     Reto Ziegler     57
Mikael Silvestre     91+2 Danny Murphy     81
Game Statistics
10
Goal Attempts
9
5
On Target
4
5
Corners
4
2
Yellow Cards
2
53
%
47

Writer:Cantona
Date:Saturday September 9 2006
Time: 8:14PM

Comments

0
atleast you came out of the match with a win. this is absolutely rubbish.arsenal shoot 17 times at goal and score 1 and middles bourough shoot 1 and score. no luck on arsenals side. lucky manchseter doe.
abdleb
11/09/2006 20:06:00
0
whats lucky for man utd we had moe shots then them and more possession yes spurs had good chances but so did man utd
carrickisours
11/09/2006 21:10:00
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