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  • Birmingham 1-1 Manchester United: Berbatov glorious-strike, Bowyer scored

    Manchester United's charge to a point in the trip to Birmingham City. Superior first, The Red Devils were forced to content with the score 1-1 after a goal they collapse at the last minute of the game.

    In a match at St Andrews on Tuesday (8/12/2010) , first MU winning through Dimitar Berbatov on 58 minutes. But the victory is in sight seemed shattered because of Lee Bowyer to break Edwin van der Sar's goal in minute 89.

    Although only one point to additional, 'Red Devils' reserves the right to claim back the top of English Premier League standings. Points earned Ryan Giggs cs equal to belong to Manchester City, amounting to 38, but Manchester United on goal difference, in addition to still have two games remaining.

    The Game

    With control of the ball and play aggressive, they sought to suppress. However, Birmingham also able to provide resistance which can endanger the goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar.

    Action threatened each other ensued from both sides. However, disciplined rearguard plus end of a less than perfect execution, making the mutual action of assault was not a goal.

    Giggs in the 18th minute effort was still hitting the goalpost.

    Berbatov managed to grab the bait Darron Gibson with a shot that brought the ball into goalkeeper Ben Foster in the 58th minute.

    Goals that do not alter the course of the game. The two sides still to play open, but remain difficult to end the attack with a goal.

    Vidic's header on 82 minutes, succeeded in completely secured by Foster.

    Score 1-0 unchanged until the 89th minute and Chelsea seem to be winning the game. However, surprisingly, Birmingham is able to equalize through Lee Bowyer in the 90th minute. From the front of the mouth of MU's goal, punt Bowyer posts Nicola Zigic entered the bottom left corner of goalkeeper Van der Sar.

    This goal in protest by Van der Sar for violations to Rio Ferdinand by Zigic, seen handsball and Bowyer in an offside position

    Over 90 minutes, MU had the ball as much as 57 percent and created four serious threat from 14 businesses. Meanwhile, the host fired two shots accurately from eleven efforts.

    Team Line-up:

    Birmingham City: Ben Foster, Scott Dann, Roger Johnson, Liam Ridgewell, Stephen Carr, Lee Bowyer, Barry Ferguson, Jean Beausejour, Sebastian Larsson, Cameron Jerome, Craig Gardner

    Manchester United:Edwin van der Sar, Nemanja Vidic, Rio Ferdinand, Patrice Evra, Rafael, Michael Carrick, Anderson, Darron Gibson, Wayne Rooney, Dimitar Berbatov, Ryan Giggs


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