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7/12/2007

Attendance: 74 924

Referee:

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Larsson (55) Solskjaer (90 +1)Milan Baros (74)
Tomasz Kuszczak     Gabor Kiraly    
Gary Neville     Aaron Hughes    
Rio Ferdinand     Liam Ridgewell    
Wes Brown     Gary Cahill    
Patrice Evra     Wilfred Bouma    
Cristiano Ronaldo     Isaiah Osbourne    
Michael Carrick     89 Gavin McCann    
Ryan Giggs     Stiliyan Petrov     66
Ji-Sung Park     72 Gareth Barry    
Shrek     Juan Pablo Angel     53
Henrik Larsson     78 Gabriel Agbonlahor    
Substitutes
Darren Fletcher     72 Peter Whittingham    
John O'Shea     89 Robert Olejnik    
59 Varieties     Steven Davis    
Solskjaer     78 Jlloyd Samuel     66
Edwin Van der Sar     Milan Baros     53
Game Statistics
29
Goal Attempts
7
18
On Target
5
12
Corners
3
1
Offside
3
0
Yellow Cards
1
70
%
30
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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Sunday January 7 2007
Time: 4:23PM

Comments

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Great performance the work rate was incredable and the young lads showed more character and bravery than almost any other players to go to old trafford this season.A few more players with better ability on the ball and we could be a terrific side next season. proud to be a villan.
Pking
07/01/2007 16:32:00
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Pking could not agree more, VILLA deserved a draw for their efforts on the day.
col8
07/01/2007 16:48:00
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Gutting to lose the game so late. OK, we never looked like winning, but we didn't deserve to lose. Great defensive performance - Cahill, Ridgewell and Bouma were outstanding, as were Osbourne and McCann. Few question marks over Petrov, though, he doesn't seem interested at the moment.
IanSymes
07/01/2007 16:52:00
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I need a girl to cheer me up
Christo
07/01/2007 16:53:00
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The fans did the club proud today also.
Pking
07/01/2007 16:58:00
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like you say, great fans and character from the team. pking
The Fear
07/01/2007 17:05:00
0
But we all knew that "the king" would make a howler at some stage ..
Beovilla
07/01/2007 18:18:00
0
Second half battling performance arguably deserved a replay. You couldn't fault the guys for commitment today. They ran and battled, gave their all, and had earned the draw until the goalkeeping 'howler'.
glensider
07/01/2007 23:29:00
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Where are all the people saying sign him up in the article you did about kiraly? Fools, he did a Kalac and let it go right under him
AussieVilla
08/01/2007 01:48:00
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Don't know about sign Kiraly up but certainly solskjaer!! Boooooouma was outstanding (although his passing was a bit crappy!!)
nottinghamvillain
08/01/2007 09:42:00
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