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1 - 2
Manchester United

FA Cup th Round

St Mary's Stadium

Sat 29th January

Attendance: 27,792

Referee: Martin Atkinson

SouthamptonManchester United
ChaplowOwen, Hernandez
Bialkowski     Lindegaard    
Butterfield     Fabio     46
Fonte     Evans    
Seaborne     O'Shea    
Harding     Smalling    
Chaplow     83 Scholes    
Schneiderlin     Obertan    
Guly     78 Anderson     57
Chamberlain     Gibson     57
Barnard     72 Owen    
Lambert     Hernandez    
Substitutes
Davis     Kuszcak    
Dickson     72 Brown     46
Richardson     Berbatov    
A Martin     Giggs     57
Gobern     83 Nani     57
Doble     Rooney    
N'guessan     78 Bebe    
Game Statistics
13
Goal Attempts
11
6
On Target
6
5
Corners
3
13
Fouls
6
1
Yellow Cards
49
%
51
Comments...
Manchester United came, saw and conquered. They did not do so as easily as they might have expected with Saints taking the lead on the stroke of half-time and forcing the reds to make substitutions in the second half to rescue the game. A good game with both sides playing open attractive football. Saints now just have the league left to fight for and hopefully a performance like this will help give the team confidence for the task ahead.

Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Sunday January 30 2011
Time: 7:47PM

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Stats show we done well but the pure class of the United team was the big difference. Giggs is one hell of an impact sub ain't he.
VSrednwhite
30/01/2011 21:17:00
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