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Submitted by no_more_heroes 507d ago | highlight

Highlights: Manchester United 3-1 Queens Park Rangers (English Premier League - 24/11/12)

0-1 J. Mackie 52'
1-1 J. Evans 64'
2-1 D. Fletcher 68'
3-1 J. Hernández 71' (English Premier League, Manchester United, Queens Park Rangers)

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buddymagoo  +   507d ago
Glad to see Fletch play a full 90 minutes and Anderson changed the game when he came on today.
Golden_Dive  +   507d ago
why you so ugly for?

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zeddy  +   507d ago
yeah agreed, with scholes and fletch in midfield everything was slow, ando came on and added some pace. i wouldnt start with scholes again, bring him on as a sub from now on. ashley young hasnt done anything of note in the last few games, needs to step up.
vulcanproject  +   507d ago
Tip to teams, don't score first against Manchester United.

It only makes them angry.
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goku32359  +   507d ago
Damn, I think Chicarito is the most in-form striker in the epl so far this season! How many goals does he have so far? Add to that the fact that he usually comes on as a sub.
KingPin  +   507d ago
damn, another lost clean sheet.

United only start playing the match when they a goal down.
scholes is way past his prime. midfield was bland to say the least. young useless doing nothing on the field as usual. wellback on the wing looked out of sorts. that position clearly isnt for him.

Enter Anderson and chicharito. Game changers of note.
anderson played one hell of a game, totally controlled that midfield and hernandez, that goal, awesome control. although i thought chicharito should be a bit more selfish sometimes, not that im complaining, but there were a couple times when shooting would have been a better option than trying a flick that doesn't quite come off.

just glad the boys got the result. well done.
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