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Man Utd 4 - Aston Villa 0

Old Trafford

29/3/08 - 5.17pm

Attendance: 75,932

Referee:

Man Utd
4 - 0
Aston Villa
Ronaldo (17), Tevez (33), Rooney (53, 70)
 
 
Venue: Old Trafford
 
Attendance: 75,932
The Teams
Kuszczak
 
 
 
Carson
 
 
Brown
 
 
 
Reo-Coker
 
 
Ferdinand
 
 
62
 
Mellberg
 
 
Vidic
 
 
 
Laursen
 
 
Evra
 
 
62
 
Bouma
 
 
80
Ronaldo
 
 
 
Agbonlahor
 
 
Carrick
 
 
61
 
Petrov
 
 
Scholes
 
 
 
Barry
 
 
Giggs
 
 
 
Young
 
 
Tevez
 
 
 
Harewood
 
 
69
Rooney
 
 
 
Carew
 
 
41
Substitutes
Hargreaves
 
 
62
 
Osbourne
 
 
80
O'Shea
 
 
62
 
Taylor
 
 
Anderson
 
 
61
 
Maloney
 
 
41
Foster
 
 
 
Knight
 
 
Park
 
 
 
Salifou
 
 
69
Game Statistics
14
Goal Attempts
13
7
On Target
6
7
Crosses
6
4
Corners
7
3
Offside
1
7
Fouls
5
1
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
0
53
%
47




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Writer: Mike Field Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday March 29 2008

Time: 7:22PM

Your Comments

I don't know where to start...... so I wont, man utd were very good and villa look like ... well i dont know,
krisvilla
we looked tired, we have for a couple of weeks! we just need to scramble for as many points as we can, we also need to give the team our support
Waldorf
well that was a long and wet day just to see our boys humiliated.
The Fear
feared the worst all week in truth could see it comeing
super lionel martin
The game statistics actually look quite respectable, apart from the one that counts, the score-line. It shows the gulf in quality between the two teams when we have almost the same number of shots on goal and they run out 4-0 winners.
Villain Of The North
Every time they attacked, a goal looked on the cards. Fast, precise, incisive football. Our attacks were slow and laborious, never looked like scoring. If we had, they'd have upped a gear, and responded with two or three more. We were never in it.
glensider
Empty seats in the away section too. That hasn't been a feature of away games this season.
glensider
 

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