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Southampton V Manchester United, Sep 2
Benfoks (Manchester United) 2 years ago
United forever. RVP welcome to the home of soccer. Fantastic performance  
Matt612346 (Manchester United) 2 years ago
Kawaga needs to play better
Kagawa26RVP20 (Manchester United) 2 years ago
NO! United in general need to play better, With Time we will build chemistry.... That's whats missing. Kagawa is a fantastic player, just the one we need
Gunner3 (Arsenal) 2 years ago
Scholes looks sharp he should be starting! I thought Cleverly was pretty bad
SKool (Arsenal) 2 years ago
And so he still scores whenever he wants (god damn it )    And lol at Evra
AceAhmed29 (Arsenal) 2 years ago
For A minute there I was feeling sorry for van persie, specially with that cheeky I am very smart smile when he took the penalty. But luck was in his favour and he bounced back and completed a hattrick. Way to go RVP. Well Done
Kagawa26RVP20 (Manchester United) 2 years ago
Robin Van Persie was fantastic, but P. Scholes, Nani and Chicharito changed the game. Great comeback for United but still not how I expect us to play Kagawa needs boss the ball in the midfield and go forwards that's what is so efficient about him. He did that so well at Dortmund and I think United Need to Debut Buttner at left back.... Patrice looked very sloppy
Loopy8 (Manchester United) 2 years ago
Those 3 players should start the next game. Kagawa is playing well, just needs better chemistry
Shishir7290 (Manchester United) 2 years ago
A very fortunate result for us. The performance was very average in general. Defensively we were poor again. Rio and Vidic need more time together to re-construct that brilliant partnership while Evra looks to be on borrowed time. His performances have dipped year by year. Kagawa and Cleverley had below-par games. Scholes was a game changer and very refreshing to actually see a Nani corner finding a United player. RVP looks to be justifying that big money paid. Poachers finish for the last 2 goals. Still a lot of work to be done. By no means are they looking a championship winning outfit now
Goalkeeperfreak (Arsenal) 2 years ago
I lol'd for the second goal when Puncheon was on the ball, 6 Man Utd players jockeying?      Van Persie's goals were world class
Komeni (Manchester United) 2 years ago
Yes that's how we do it. Not the first time and certainly not the last
MaximOrlov (Manchester United) 2 years ago
MY god that win felt good, like really good
Chriscoyr96 (Southampton) 2 years ago
Thought we played quite well and were unlucky to lose coyr!
Elbalonball (Real Madrid) 2 years ago
Javier hernandez is just a green pea you don't want in your dinner plate
Soccerfaithful (Arsenal) 2 years ago
Hernandez is one of Sir Alex Ferguson's finest deals. He doesn't play pretty, but in the end a goal is a goal
AbuHadroom (Manchester United) 2 years ago
I don't know why SAF never mention to try buy strong, , skill holding midfielder, , we need player like yaya toure khedira or even abou diaby, , we can't rely on m carrick...
Gunner3 (Arsenal) 2 years ago
I don't get Southampton. They were playing great, passing the ball around and once they got the goals they wanted they take off 3 of their best players and stop playing the way the got them the lead. They are not that great defending so it was a bad choice to sit back after the goals to wait out a win. That's why they lost
Kryptz (Manchester United) 2 years ago
People keep complaining about Carrick. Don't forget that Carrick almost picked up Van Persie 3 times in the box with a ball over the top. A 100% in form RVP would have scored at least 1 of those
Cjaystacks (Manchester United) 2 years ago
Doesn't matter our midfield looks rubbish when he plays
AceAhmed29 (Arsenal) 2 years ago
I watched the game, and the problem with southhampton is that they thought they won the game b4 the final whistle and took off some key players, they also tired in the last third or so of the game. But I think southhampton have got potential and should do good in their debut season



   
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