Sunday, 11 March 2012

Manchester United back to Top of Standings

The defeat of Manchester City of Swansea helping the Red Devils topped the standings. Manchester United topped the Premier League standings following a 2-0 win over West Bromwich Albion at Old Trafford Stadium. Success United topped the standings could not be separated from the 1-0 defeat suffered by Manchester City of Swansea. Now, one point ahead of United's rivals one such city. Striker Wayne Rooney was the star for the Red Devils in this game after scoring two winning goals, one of them through the penalty.

United who continued to hunt for a victory to keep the competition with the City dominate the game. Successfully obtained a number of opportunities the host, but only produced two goals. The visitors got a surprise when Liam Ridgewell United puncture of the left side of United's defense, and handed the ball to Keith Andrews, but his shot was wide. United to respond to the surprise attack. Danny Welbeck got two chances and Ashley Young, but not produce a goal. Andrews responded by forcing David De Gea work to stem the free-kick.

Public hosts cheered with delight at the 35th minute after his favorite team winning first. Young cooperation and Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez Mexican players continued to feed into the heart of the West Brom defense. Rooney also welcomes feedback, and forcing Ben Foster picked up the ball from his net. Defending champions continued their dominance in the second half. Cooperation Hernandez and Rooney in the vanguard made West Brom's back line had to work hard. However, United had difficulty breaking into the visitors' goal.

West Brom effort to catch up becomes more severe after the defender Jonas Olsson should be sent off after two yellow cards rewarded after prop Chicharito in the box in the 66th minute. Rooney, who was appointed as executor successfully carry out their duties. In 20 minutes remaining, West Brom tried to minimize the catch. De Gea was forced to work hard to stem the brilliant rescue efforts when substitute Shane Long. Until the referee blows the long whistle, the score of 2-0 did not change.

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