1-0 Nani 41'
1-1 David Silva 65'
2-1 Wayne Rooney 78'
The right team won. Rooney's goal made my eyeballs burst. *edit* as in, the team that played better won. City played well, but Man Utd were better.
... but I'm pretty damn sure Rooney has already laid claim to the goal of the season.
Perfect overhread kick. In the last few minutes. In a big derby.
Brilliant brilliant goal.
so far it is, but it'll take some effort to outdo.
City played their best game of the season! But what a goal!!!!
finally they tried showing some attacking ambition in a big match.
If they had played like this in the Arsenal game, they would have been thrashed!
I hope this reflects to his International too
Now, that's how he earns his money. Would be better for Manchester United if he did it more often again.
hopefully not too often...
WHAT A GOAL SON.
you can buy all the players you want city and Chelsea, but you can't buy goals like that.
I think Wayne Rooney's bank account and agent disagree.
You do realize that Rooney was BOUGHT for 30M ?
27M from Everton
that goal is right up with the volley he scored against newcastle. GOAL OF THE SEASON!
As seen on Twitter (Not me): Took the fat Scot 5 yrs & almost losing his job before he won anything. Look at where Mancini has got #mcfc in 14 months. Success will come. There is a point there...
14 months and an unlimited transfer fund.. i dont think fergie had the same spending power back then
How many times has Fergie broken the transfer record? Enough said. @Golden_cannon Did you watch the game at all? Man Utd were hardly the better team. City created more and on another day coulda won by a fair few goals. We were beaten by a wonder goal but upto that point and even in the build up shown by his dire touch Rooney was poor all day. The blue moon is rising.
They both had 10 shots on goal and United had 2 more on target than City, plus United had slightly more ball possession, so how do you work out that they created more? Because Silva flashed one across the post or that free kick where 3 city players were a mile offside, apart from those chances and obviously the goal they created not a lot goal mouth wise. But I suppose you don't like stats just like your only City legend. So why don't you go phone Mike Summerbee up so you can both cry into your pint glasses Yet Again! Blue Moon Rising My Ass
@AcceptedWalnut did you watch the game?? there is no way city created more or should have won by a few.. if you had said draw i could have jumped on board but you seem to be imagining some of these shots on goal... as for rooney when you score a goal like that to win a match your perfromance before hand is irrelevant ..and i said "back then".. i never said fergie hasnt splashed the cash.. although i still dont think hes ever spent 300mil+ in a 3yr timeframe.. i could be wrong... the blue moons been rising for 34 years ans still it has no silverware!
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Midnight, where do these stats come from you speak off? Sky i'm assuming who love to gush over man utd as it is so i'd hardly call them concrete proof. BBC stats clearly show everything in favour of Man City aside from possession which i still dont think reflects the way the game played out. United were poor all game but took their chances well, thats how it was. As for Mike Summerbee, he spoke the truth. Rooney was shocking all day long and Kompany had him in his back pocket. It took one unfortunate slip on Kompanys part to allow Rooney the chance to shoot and that was it, media wankfest.
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