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Club ProfileFounded: 1878 | Nickname: The Red Devils | Ground: Old Trafford | Capacity: 76,180
Ahad, 24 Januari 2010
Wayne Rooney Hits Four To Put Manchester United Back On Top Of The League
A Wayne Rooney inspired Manchester United returned to top of the league with a 4-0 victory over Hull City at Old Trafford. United took advantage of being the only game in the Premier League and moved two points clear of Arsenal in second place.
Sir Alex Ferguson made five changes from the team that lost to Manchester City in the first leg of the Carling Cup semi final in midweek. United welcomed back Rio Ferdinand to his starting line-up after three months out with a back injury and Michael Owen was given his fifth league start of the season.
The England striker Wayne Rooney added a gloss to the victory with a fourth - the first time he has scored that many in one match - when he drilled into the bottom left after sub Dimitar Berbatov's pull down put him in, although Hull's defence backed off him to allow the shot. United go two points clear of Arsenal and Chelsea, who have one and two games in hand respectively: Hull stay 18th, with a goal difference of -26, the worst in the division.
Hull City manager Phil Brown, in his 150th match in charge of the Tigers, didn’t include new loan signing Amir Zaki in his matchday squad as he looked to build on their battling draw in their last league match against Tottenham.
1992/93 - Inaugural members of the Premier League 1992/93 - Eric Cantona signs from Leeds United for £1.2million 1992/93 - Win FA Carling Premiership 1993/94 - Win FA Carling Premiership and FA Cup 1995/96 - Win FA Carling Premiership and FA Cup 1996/97 - Win FA Carling Premiership 1998/99 - Win FA Carling Premiership, European Cup, and FA Cup 1999/00 - Win FA Carling Premiership 2000/01 - Win FA Carling Premiership 2001/02 - Juan Sebastian Veron breaks the British transfer record with a £28million move from Lazio 2002/03 - Win Barclaycard Premiership 2003/04 - Win FA Cup 2005/06 - American Malcolm Glazer takes control of club 2005/06 - Win League Cup 2006/07 - Win Barclays Premiership 2007/08 - Win Barclays Premier League, win European Cup