Have to agree on that.
And Anderson will become a great player in the future.
He provide the enthu and energy in the midfield.
Still waiting for him to get his first goal.
Past South Americans who came to Man Utd are all flops, in the likes of Veron, Kleberson.
But the current crops of South Americans have great potential.
Just look at Tevez, Anderson, Rafael.
2 down 3 to go! A win will still be a win be it beautiful win or ugly win think last nite we a little complacent!
Wednesday night Chelsea and Liverpool will drop points again.
Then Thursday night Man Utd extend lead with a win over Newcastle.
As for Inter, should not need penatlies. Should be able to beat them. I hope Man Utd can beat them without any extra time.
Portsmouth vs Chelsea
WBA vs Arsenal
Liverpool vs Sunderland
Newcastle vs Man Utd
All the top teams got 3 points.
Portsmouth 0-1 Chelsea
WBA 1-3 Arsenal
Liverpool 2-0 Sunderland
Tonight we have to beat Newcastle away.
Tonight 3.30am LIVE! on CH27.
Newcastle vs Man Utd.
2hours 30mins more to kick off.
Ferguson to bring back the big guns
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson will bring back several key players for Wednesday night's Premier League clash at Newcastle United following his side's Carling Cup victory on Sunday.
A much changed United team claimed their second trophy of the season with a 4-1 penalty shootout success over Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley but with their focus back on Premier League matters the big guns will return.
Wayne Rooney has recovered from a virus and Dimitar Berbatov, Edwin van der Sar, Michael Carrick, Park Ji-Sung and Darren Fletcher, none of whom were involved in the action at Wembley, should return to freshen up the squad.
Also in the United line-up will be Nemanja Vidic, with his manager admitting he had made an error in putting him on the bench for the Carling Cup final and handing Rio Ferdinand a start instead.
"The only mistake I made on Sunday was with Vidic," revealed Ferguson. "I didn't realise he had played three games in the competition.
"But I needed Ferdinand back into rhythm because he missed too many games from December onwards.
"Having got that really good game under his belt we hope Ferdinand and Vidic will be a really solid partnership to the end of the season."
Ferguson's only injury doubt is defender John O'Shea, although the Republic of Ireland international is hopeful of shrugging off a heel injury.
Meanwhile, relegation threatened Newcastle will be without midfielder Nicky Butt for the clash with his former club after the 34-year-old damaged his knee in Sunday's 1-0 defeat at Bolton Wanderers. Geremi or Alan Smith are set to deputise.
Kevin Nolan will serve the second leg of a three-match ban, while Damien Duff (calf), Michael Owen (ankle ligaments), Habib Beye (ankle), Danny Guthrie (hamstring), Joey Barton and Xisco (both fractured metatarsal) are still out.
Ljajic targets first-team place at Man Utd
Manchester United new boy Adem Ljajic has given himself 12 months to force his way into Sir Alex Ferguson's first-team squad.
Ljajic signed for United from Partizan Belgrade, part of a £17million double deal in which Zoran Tosic also joined the Old Trafford outfit.
While Tosic has already made his senior debut, coming on as substitute in the FA Cup win over Tottenham Hotspur last month and the Premier League encounter with West Bromwich Albion three days later, 17-year-old Ljajic has remained in Belgrade, where he will stay until next January before joining his new club.
Dubbed 'the new Kaka' in his homeland, Ljajic is a man in a hurry.
He has already spent a couple of weeks at United's plush Carrington training HQ. And when he gets to Manchester, he is determined to figure in Ferguson's plans.
"The quality in England is very high because you are training with such great players, but the main difference is it's much quicker," Ljajic told the club's website.
"I really enjoyed it and training with such top players can only help me improve.
"Coming over to England allowed me to see how things worked so I know what to expect when I come here permanently.
"And I hope that when I join in January I will be involved with the first team from the start."
Although speculation has surfaced about a possible bid for Nemanja Vidic from AC Milan this summer, it seems highly unlikely United would be willing to part with the prospective footballer of the year.
Ljajic certainly hopes not as he has already benefited from having Vidic around.
"It has been great to see him," he said. "I have spent a lot of time with him whenever I have been over in Manchester and he has shown me around the city.
"It can be hard when you move to a new country and don't know anyone and are yet to learn the language, so it has been fantastic to have him here."
While Ljajic is coy about his own abilities, Tosic is happy enough to sing his team-mate's praises.
The pair formed an effective partnership at Partizan and it seems United can look forward to plenty of exciting times in the future.
"Adem is a very good player with great technical ability," said Tosic. "He likes to play just behind the striker or on the right side of midfield.
"We played together for around six months at Partizan and I am sure that when he starts playing for United, the fans will love him."
What a scare for Man Utd, almost lose man.
Newcastle took the lead within the 1st 10 mins.
Then Rooney equalised in the 20th min.
Berbatov scored the winner in the 2nd half.
Final score, Newcastle 1-2 Man Utd.