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Submitted by jak3y13oy 583d ago | highlight

Highlights: Manchester United 2-0 Everton (English Premier League - 10/02/13)

1-0 R.Giggs 13'

2-0 R. Van Persie 45+1' (English Premier League, Everton, Manchester United)

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buddymagoo  +   583d ago
Good performance hope that didn't take to much out of us.
KingPin  +   583d ago
great win. good to clean sheet too. been a while since united seen one of those.

again, RVP needs to learn to kick with his right leg. seriously that first chance he had, he should have scored.
buddymagoo  +   583d ago
"been a while since united seen one of those"

I hate to say this and apologies in advance but it was last week against Fulham.
KingPin  +   583d ago
no need to apologize bro. if you right you right.

just that this season united been struggling to keep clean sheets. 7 clean sheets in 26 games. not the united i'm used to seeing.

lets hope we can at least have 3 clean sheets in a row. but with madrid next, i highly doubt thats gonna happen.
sokrates  +   583d ago
No need to discuss: United is the best team un the league and RVP doesn't need the other leg to be the golden striker this year:)
vulcanproject  +   583d ago
United managed the game wonderfully today. Cruise mode. Everton got a sniff for about 10 minutes in the first half, then United slammed to door on them and that was the end of that rest of the game.

City are nowhere and not playing remotely good enough to be champions.

City need to win every single game left to even have the slightest chance of winning the title, but the way they are playing they will drop more points.

If Chelsea hold City in 2 weeks and United beat QPR, the gap would be a simply huge 14 points with 11 games left. If that happens in a fortnight, it is certainly game over.

In that case United could lose 4 of the last 11 games and still win the title comfortably!
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ninjagoat  +   583d ago
Nearly done and dusted ;).
Thefreeman012  +   583d ago
As much as I want to be happy. I'm still holding my breath until after united play one of the bigger clubs. If they can win a couple more and beat chelsea or arsenal ot especially city ill be ready to pop the drinks out
sokrates  +   582d ago
:) No worries- they will!
jak3y13oy  +   582d ago
they better!
jak3y13oy  +   582d ago
Yeah! 12 points! :D lets not slip up now!

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