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    86' - Goal. Southampton 2 United 3. Graziano Pelle heads home from close range.

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    Hard fought win !!!

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    DeGea saves the day again

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    DeGea saves the day again
    signing Martial and extending DeGea's contract - two great moves by ManU

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    UNITED DEFENDERS TO MISS IPSWICH CUP TIE

    Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has confirmed Marcos Rojo and Paddy McNair suffered injuries against Southampton and will miss Wednesday's Capital One Cup clash with Ipswich Town.

    Rojo is unavailable due to a hamstring problem, while McNair, who replaced the Argentinian for the final 20 minutes of Sunday's win at St Mary's, is ruled out of the third-round tie at Old Trafford with a "minor" issue.

    On a more positive note, the midweek meeting with the Championship side could bring Phil Jones's first appearance of the season. The defender, who has been sidelined with mild thrombosis, is back in the squad and will be on the substitutes' bench – though van Gaal admits the centre-back is not 100 per cent fit.

    The boss told MUTV: "Rojo has a hamstring injury and Paddy McNair has a minor injury. I have to admit that because of the injury of three defenders [including Luke Shaw], I shall have Jones on the bench but he is not fit."

    Meanwhile, young duo James Wilson and Jesse Lingard won’t be required to face Ipswich after they both scored in 90-minute displays for the Under-21s against Evertonon Monday.

    The manager added: "I don’t need them so they can have a day off and then Thursday they will be fresh and can train."



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    Again we are into defenders shortage!

    Hosting Ipswich Town at 3am ... A win no less!

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    MANCHESTER UNITED 3 IPSWICH 0
    Goals: Rooney 23, Pereira 60, Martial 92

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    Wayne Rooney has scored in the League Cup for the first time since netting in the 2010 final against Aston Villa. long long overdue!

    Martial took only 220 mins to equal Falcao records from last season.

    Pereira’s superb free-kick on the hour-mark though as the youngster netted his first senior goal in sublime fashion, curling home from 25 yards in front of the Stretford End. What a debut for the youngster!

    Next round Middlesbrough ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaren View Post
    signing Martial and extending DeGea's contract - two great moves by ManU
    Should be calculated RISKY move!

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    PEREIRA WILL PROVIDE GREAT COMPETITION

    Louis van Gaal feels Andreas Pereira will compete for a number of roles within Manchester United’s team after the Brazil Under-23 international capped a first competitive start with a stunning free-kick against Ipswich Town on Wednesday evening.

    Starting on the left flank in the Capital One Cup third-round clash at Old Trafford, the youngster was eager to impress and proved a lively presence throughout the 3-0 win. Most notably of course, he curled in that unstoppable setpiece to render Ipswich goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski powerless and put the Reds 2-0 up on the hour mark.

    Such a performance from the 19-year-old prompted the boss to suggest that Pereira, along with Jesse Lingard, is a youngster who can challenge for attacking spots in the Reds’ line-up.

    Van Gaal said: "It was his first line-up match (start) and I think he did rather well. He scored a fantastic, important goal and I’m pleased but he has to compete, for example, with Juan Mata, Memphis Depay and Ashley Young so it shall be difficult for him.

    "He can play in the no.7, 10 and 11 positions. Lingard can also play no.7, 10 and 11. I have multi-functional players but they have to compete with other players. It is dependable on the level of the players. I always put the best player in the line-up when he is working for the team."


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    His free kick literally left Ipswich keeper rooted and watch the ball went in! lol ...

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    Its match day!

    And we are starting in 2.5hrs time!
    3points against Sunderland at home and not expecting any less!

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    Starting XI: De Gea; Valencia, Smalling, Blind, Darmian; Schneiderlin, Carrick; Mata, Rooney, Memphis; Martial.

    subs: Romero, Jones, Herrera, Schweinsteiger, Pereira, Young, Fellaini.

    side track Spurs leading 3-1

    Chance to top table for the first time since SAF left!

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    GOAL Man Utd 1-0 Sunderland (45+4 mins). A delightful ball from Blind is cut back by Mata and Memphis is on hand to tap home!

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    GOAL Man Utd 2-0 Sunderland (46 mins). Martial's cross finds Rooney and the striker manages to bundle it past Pantilimon.

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    Man Utd 2-0 Sunderland
    Finally Wayne Rooney make his first 15/16 premier league goal...
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    GOAL Man Utd 3-0 Sunderland (90 mins). Juan Mata control Ashley Young's cross at the back post and fires home.

    Finally top the table!

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    Good win. The next 3 Premier League games will be crucial - Arsenal, Everton, Man City.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hitman View Post
    Good win. The next 3 Premier League games will be crucial - Arsenal, Everton, Man City.
    they will be crucial whether we continue to be on top ... before that Wolfsburg will also be another test for us!

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvin View Post

    they will be crucial whether we continue to be on top ... before that Wolfsburg will also be another test for us!
    Dont mess with the team , they got Lord !!! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolhirako View Post
    Dont mess with the team , they got Lord !!! lol
    We need to borrow Lewandowski lol ...

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    I prefer Lord cause once Lord step in, Lewan stop scoring liao
    Hahahhahahahahahah

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolhirako View Post
    I prefer Lord cause once Lord step in, Lewan stop scoring liao
    Hahahhahahahahahah
    Hahaha... but Lewandowski still put 5 pass them ... 10 goals in 3 games is insane!
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