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Penalty Ignorance, But United Remain Top

As Manchester United travelled to Stoke for their sixth game of the Premier League season, spirits were high. On the back of a 3 - 1 victory over Chelsea and a 3 - 0 thrashing of rivals Leeds in mid-week, United would have felt confident of taking home three valuable, table-topping points against a tough Stoke City team, even without the vital Wayne Rooney in the side due to a hamstring strain.

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The_Nameless_One2403d ago

Another case of game ruined because the ref decided he needs the attention. Whatever, a one point is better the no point. Was impressed with Stoke City and the way they played.

Gamer19822402d ago

The game showed nobody can win every single game in a season not even United. I feel blaming the ref for anything is just silly. At the end of the day the players didn't score enough you cannot rely a win on penalty claims that's just not how champions should expect to win the league you make your own goals. United know this deep down and will pick themselves up after the game and realize this.