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  • Manchester United 5-0 Fulham: Berbatov hat-trick, Valencia great-strike

    Manchester United's impressive results obtained in the Boxing Day match. Against Wigan Athletic, The Red Devils won a landslide victory with a score of 5-0. Dimitar Berbatov appears to be a star by scoring a hat-trick.

    At Old Trafford on Monday (26/12/2011) night, Manchester United winning fast on eight minutes thanks to goals from Park Ji-Sung. Unfortunately for Wigan, while trying to catch up even miss Conor Sammon who was sent off.

    Excellence number of players successfully exploited children Sir Alex Ferguson. Berbatov added advantage the home team in minute 41.

    MU increasingly rampage in round II. MU successfully added a goal from Berbatov in minutes 58 and 78. Antonio Valencia helped carve his name on the scoreboard three minutes before the last goal Berba.

    Three additional points are earned not change the position of Manchester United in second place standings with a value of 45, the same with Manchester City, who was at the top by goal difference.

    While Wigan slumped in the red zone with the acquisition of 14 points from 18 times a game.

    The game
    A chance of MU obtained. Antonio Valencia's cross from the right wing could not be reached by Dimitar Berbatov at the far post. Ball secured goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi.

    Goal! Manchester United now lead 1-0. Patrice Evra writhed in the penalty box and sent a pull to the middle of the box that successfully converted into goals after kicking his right leg Wigan goalkeeper.

    Operand ball Michael Carrick received Javier Hernandez in the box. Antolin Alcaraz prop, but not a violation.

    Nani and the continuation of the ball obtained by crossing horizontal and moves wildly anticipated due to the goalkeeper, defender and Hernandez before it can be secured.

    A chance of Wigan. Ronnie Stam good movement on the right wing to do the crossing in front of goal. Too bad no colleagues who welcomed the ball.

    Dimitar Berbatov shot off the mark. Obtaining feedback from Nani, Berbatov in the box boundaries spun around while doing a kick.

    Wigan is now playing with 10 men. Connor Sammon was given a straight red card by referee after committing an offense to Michael Carrick.

    Goal! Dimitar Berbatov Manchester United now added advantage to 2-0 in four minutes before the normal time round I. Berba Wigan goalkeeper by kicking from close range after only doing a one-time controls.

    In the second half, Manchester United did not loosen his attacks. Hernandez's cross was met with a header by Park but goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi managed mementahkannya. Fail to be struck by the ball gag Park.

    Berbatov! Bulgarian striker was re-print his name on the scoreboard. Receiving feedback Antonio Valencia, from inside the penalty box, Berba beat Al Habsi to change the score was now 3-0.

    Wigan counter-attack is quite dangerous. Valencia made a mistake and Franco Di Santo to use it by doing a kick. Unfortunately, still too weak.

    Brilliant rescue of Al Habsi. Wayne Rooney seeing Hernandez bait without escort, but his shot from close range can be thwarted.

    Manchester United continued to attack was launched. The result is a goal born of foot horizontal Valencia after a hard kick lodged in the lower right corner of goalkeeper Al Habsi. Manchester United 4, Wigan 0.

    Less than five minutes later, Berbatov scored a hat-trick after a successful fruit mengesekusi penalty infringement Antolin Alcaraz against Park. Manchester United now lead 5-0 which dipertahakan until the fight was over.

    Team Line-up:

    MANCHESTER UNITED: Anders Lindegaard, Jonathan Evans (Ezekiel Fryers 45 '), Michael Carrick, Patrice Evra, Antonio Valencia, Ryan Giggs (Wayne Rooney 64'), Darron Gibson, Nani, (Federico Macheda 64 ') Park Ji-Sung, Dimitar Berbatov, Javier Hernandez

    Wigan ATH: Ali Al Habsi, Gary Caldwell, Maynor Figueroa, Antolin Alcaraz, David Jones, Ronnie Stam, Mohamed Diame (Franco Di Santo 45 '), James McCarthy, Jordi Gomez (James McArthur 70'), Victor Moses, Conor Sammon


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