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Submitted by SadeckJaffal 523d ago | highlight

Highlights: West Ham United 2-2 Manchester United ( EPL --- 17/04/2013 )

[1-0] R.V. Te - 17'
[1-1] L.A. Valencia - 31'
[2-1] M. Diame - 55'
[2-2] R.v. Persie - 77' (English Premier League, Manchester United, West Ham)

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Thefreeman012  +   523d ago
Are we trying to give up this title???
buddymagoo  +   523d ago
West Ham away was always going to be a tough game. Chelsea lost there and City could only get a draw like us.

This is not a bad result and we'll move on to the next one.
vulcanproject  +   523d ago
City have to go away to Spurs on Sunday.

If they win there United may have to play a bit better but if they can only get a draw- they play as poorly as they did last night against Wigan they will be lucky to get that, then United will only need 4 points from 5 games including 3 at home...

I can see City only getting the draw and United beating Villa on Monday night, meaning only a point would be needed from the other 4 games.

If City actually lose against Spurs, United will be champs if they beat Villa on Monday!

No sweat yet. The title is coming, it could be as soon as Monday night but it will come, with games to spare....
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Dungus  +   523d ago
Fair result. Van Persie's late goal has probably guaranteed them the league!

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