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Manchester United
1 - 0
Queens Park Rangers

Carling Cup 4th Round

Old Trafford

11/11/08 @ 8.00pm

Attendance: 62,539

Referee: Mr P Dowd

Manchester UnitedQueens Park Rangers
Carlos Tevez
Tomasz Kuszczak     Radek Cerny    
Rafael Da Silva     Peter Ramage    
Gary Neville     89 Fitz Hall    
Jonathan Evans     Damion Stewart    
John O'Shea     Matthew Connolly    
Darron Gibson     Akos Buzsaky     33
Rodrigo Possebon     72 Martin Rowlands    
Oliveira Anderson     Gavin Mahon    
Luis Nani     Lee Cook     78
Carlos Tevez     Daniel Parejo     46
Ji-Sung Park     Dexter Blackstock    
Substitutes
Danny Welbeck     72 Jake Cole    
Alberto Manucho     Damian Delaney    
Tom Cleverley     Patrick Agyemang     33
David Gray     Emmanuel Ledesma     46
Ben Foster     Hogan Ephraim    
Nemanja Vidic     89 Kaspars Gorkss    
Michael Carrick     Samuel Di Carmine     78
Game Statistics
24
Goal Attempts
2
12
On Target
0
13
Crosses
3
15
Corners
13
1
Offside
1
7
Fouls
9
60
%
40

Writer:sandydl
Date:Tuesday November 11 2008
Time: 10:09PM

Comments

0
That final one from Ledesma could have nicked us level! But plainly as the stats show it wasn't to be!
Boxer
11/11/2008 22:10:00
0
And dont forget, Di Carmine got the ball in the net - but it was ruled offside - boo! hoo! And they couldn't get the ball in our net from open play - took a penalty to beat us. We can be proud :-D
sandydl
11/11/2008 22:15:00
0
12 shots on target ... Cerny really was on fire
LeeCookFan
13/11/2008 02:22:00
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