Anders Lindegaard – Quiet first half but came to life in the second half. Made some truly world class saves which suggests he should be playing regular football elsewhere. 8/10 Antonio Valencia – Didn’t do too badly […]
David de Gea – Kept Robben out with a super save in the first-half. Distributed the ball excellently. Didn’t really have an awful lot to do. 6/10 Phil Jones – Came in at right-back and kept Ribery […]
Manchester United received a massive confidence boost today with a vital 4-1 victory against Aston Villa at Old Trafford, despite the potential distraction of the ‘Moyes Out’ banner circling overhead.
Wayne Rooney stole the headlines with a Captains performance as United strolled to a comfortable victory in East London after 2 goals from our number 10.
David de Gea – What a keeper. What a man. De Gea’s superb double save went a long way to us qualifying tonight. Outstanding. 9/10 Rafael – Bombed forward from minute one to minute ninety. Much improved […]
Probably the biggest game in English football, United v Liverpool, and United failed to turn up, getting comprehensively beaten by our bitter rivals, 3-0, in a game where United gave away 3 penalties and had […]
Uniteds season slumped from bad to worse in a game that United offered little going forward, tamely succumbing to a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Greek Champions, Olympiacos. The home side outplayed us from […]
David de Gea – Another excellent performance from our #1. He made some excellent saves to keep a clean sheet. 6/10 Chris Smalling – Did well at right-back considering he has no natural width. He won his […]
David de Gea – Made some excellent saves to deny Giroud late on despite a quiet evening apart from that. 6/10 Rafael – Looked solid defensively, however his crossing let him down massively. Subbed due to concussion. […]
David de Gea – Distribution was average. Couldn’t do anything about either goal. 6/10 Phil Jones – Did ok until his injury. However shown once again that centre-backs can’t play right-back as they have no natural width. […]
After 120 minutes of distinctly average football, Manchester United won on the night but it wasn’t enough to progress to the final. Sunderland won in the penalty shootout and deservedly so, as Gus Poyet’s men […]