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  • Wigan 0-4 Manchester United: Hernandez double, Rooney, Fabio scored

    Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez scored two goals that will determine victory Manchester United (MU) 4-0 over Wigan Athletic, the Premier League at the Stadium duel DW, Saturday (02/26/2011). With that result, MU master the standings with 60 points, or four points ahead of nearest rivals, Arsenal.

    Serious questions were asked of referee Mark Clattenburg at 7th minute as Wayne Rooney appeared to elbow James McCarthy

    The first goal occurred in the 17th minute. Nani goal stems from the movement in the right sector Wigan defense, which led to a cross.

    Hernandez who was in the penalty box in the convoy an opposing player, managed to escape and send the ball into the bottom right corner of goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi.

    Hernandez re-register itself in the scorers list, as the game entered the 74th minute. Great ball from Van Der Sar , simple touch from Hernandez, after doing the same work one of two with Wayne Rooney, Hernandez dribbled into the penalty box and beat Al Habsi in a duel against each other.

    Wayne Rooney took Manchester United a 3-0 lead in the 84th minute. Goal started from behind the attacks, Great ball from Darren Gibson which led to a feed of Dimitar Berbatov to Wayne Rooney in the penalty box. Rooney managed to reach it and send it into the host's goal.

    Three minutes later, Manchester United added advantage through defender Fabio. From the middle of the penalty box, he sent the ball posts Darren Fletcher signed in lower right corner of goalkeeper Al Habsi.

    Wigan deserved disappointed with these results. Playing on home turf, they were able to press and created a number of opportunities in the early minutes.

    In the eighth minute and the 13, for example, Wigan created two chances through shots Antolin Alcaraz and Victor Moses in the 13th minute, a goal that failed because the rescue action Edwin van der Sar.

    After that, though Chelsea have improved performance, Wigan are also still able to spread a number of threats. However, while the MU is able to complete with the perfect opportunity, they do not.

    Over 90 minutes, Wigan had the ball as much as 48 percent and releasing four accurate shots. The MU creates eight golden opportunity from 17 experiments.

    With these results, Wigan was ranked 18th with 27 points, or argue a point from West Bromwich Albion in the 17th.

    Team Line-up:

    Wigan Athletic: Ali Al Habsi; Antolin Alcaraz, Gary Caldwell, Maynor Figueroa, Steve Gohouri; Ben Watson (Jordi Gómez 89), Mohamed Diame, James McCarthy, Victor Moses (Franco Di Santo 65), Hugo Rodallega, Charles N'Zogbia (James McArthur 90)

    Manchester United: Edwin van der Sar, Nemanja Vidic, Chris Smalling, Patrice Evra, John O'Shea, Michael Carrick, Paul Scholes (Darron Gibson 77), Darren Fletcher, Wayne Rooney, Javier Hernandez (Dimitar Berbatov 77), Nani (Fabio 85 )

    Referee: Mark Clattenburg


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