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    5' - Goal! United 1 West Ham 0. It's Wayne Rooney!
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    22' - Goal! United 2 West Ham 0. Robin van Persie doubles the advantage!

    His 50th Goals...for utd!
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    37' - Goal. United 2 West Ham 1. Diafra Sakho nods in from close range after Enner Valencia's header had come off the bar.

    NOT AGAIN!!!!!!

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    HT: United 2 West Ham 1. Rooney and RvP put the Reds two up, but the visitors rallied via Sakho.

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    How was the defence?

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    Quote Originally Posted by christeo View Post
    How was the defence?
    Sloppy on set piece
    West Ham score it via corner

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    59' - Red card. Wayne Rooney is sent off by referee Lee Mason for kicking out at Stewart Downing.

    Rooney will be banned for three matches including the Chelsea and Everton games.
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    89' - West Ham have the ball in the net but it's disallowed for offside.

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    With 11 men we can't defend 2 goal lead but with 10men we are able to defend a 1 goal lead!

    Oh well impt is 3points in the bag

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    an excellent debut for Paddy McNair esp his header! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    89' - West Ham have the ball in the net but it's disallowed for offside.
    That offside was.. really2 lucky.

    Anyway glad we've got 3 points. GMMU.

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    Was it offside?

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    Quote Originally Posted by christeo View Post
    Was it offside?
    I dunno.. can't really see it from the slow motion replay. It was a tight one for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post
    59' - Red card. Wayne Rooney is sent off by referee Lee Mason for kicking out at Stewart Downing.

    Rooney will be banned for three matches including the Chelsea and Everton games.
    Got to hand it to him, resorting to tripping his opponents and getting sent off in return because the defence is sucking balls instead. What a sacrifice, best decision he's ever made as Captain.

    Now Juan Mata is able play his role as No. 10 instead so goodbye Rooney, Captain of England.
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    You're comparing with this sacrifice?



    I have nothing against Rooney, but, IMHO, big big difference

    Quote Originally Posted by 9V-Orion Images View Post
    Got to hand it to him, resorting to tripping his opponents and getting sent off in return because the defence is sucking balls instead. What a sacrifice, best decision he's ever made as Captain.

    Now Juan Mata is able play his role as No. 10 instead so goodbye Rooney, Captain of England.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilentSeth View Post
    You're comparing with this sacrifice?



    I have nothing against Rooney, but, IMHO, big big difference
    Sarcasm intended. Main context in second sentence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SilentSeth View Post
    You're comparing with this sacrifice?



    I have nothing against Rooney, but, IMHO, big big difference


    They both are of different class one's a legend the other hmm.... can't compare! loll...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9V-Orion Images View Post
    Got to hand it to him, resorting to tripping his opponents and getting sent off in return because the defence is sucking balls instead. What a sacrifice, best decision he's ever made as Captain.

    Now Juan Mata is able play his role as No. 10 instead so goodbye Rooney, Captain of England.

    Good like that LVG won't have headache in selection and maybe we will just collect our full 9points with him not around!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilentSeth View Post
    That offside was.. really2 lucky.

    Anyway glad we've got 3 points. GMMU.

    And now in the 7th place should be in top 3 if not for last week's trip ...

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    Van Persie: More than three points

    Robin van Persie says Manchester United earned more than just three points in the victory over West Ham on Saturday.

    Following last weekend’s loss at Leicester City after twice being ahead by two goals, the Dutch striker says it was “absolutely vital” that the Reds claimed a win over the Hammers.

    Wayne Rooney put his side ahead after just five minutes with van Persie doubling the advantage on 22 minutes. The visitors pulled a goal back before the break and following Rooney’s dismissal after the break, United were forced to hang on for the victory.

    The result moved Louis van Gaal’s men up to seventh in the table with van Persie hoping the win can spur the Reds on now.

    “I think this goes even further than three points,” Robin told MUTV. “It was absolutely vital to get the three points for everyone’s belief and the fans’ belief. They were right behind us and were absolutely great.

    “I thought we played really well in the first half but in the second it was a completely different game because of the red card. At times it was a bit nerve-wracking but we did ever so well and everyone fought really hard.

    “It was a bit frustrating to concede a goal when we did because in that period in the game the only way they looked like scoring was from a set-piece and it happened, just before half-time. That was a bad moment for us but I think we did really in the end to win this game. For everyone involved with Manchester United I think this is about more than just the three points.”

    Van Persie's strike, which turned out to be the winning one, was his 50th United goal in 81 games. The Dutchman is pleased with his return but is always looking to do better.

    “It’s an okay stat!” he laughed when asked about the milestone. “I would like to increase it a bit more - you always want to do better and improve, but if you play 81 games and score 50 goals it’s a good rate.”

    More then 3pts

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