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Man Utd 1 - 0 Liverpool, Baybeeeee!

Monday, January 23, 2006

Just as Arsenal's 49-game streak without a defeat ended by Man Utd last season, Chelsea's 40-match run was halted in November... so Liverpool's unbeaten run became the latest to bite the dust at Old Trafford.

Rio Ferdinand sent Old Trafford into a frenzy when his header on 90 minutes gave Man Utd the win! The goal of the game came from a free-kick yards to the left of the Liverpool box, which was awarded after Steve Finnan was adjudged to have pulled over United's Patrice Evra.

As usual, Giggs, took the free kick and curled a delicious free-kick into the centre of the penalty area where Ferdinand rose unmarked to head home from 12 yards - Liverpool goalkeeper Jose Manuel Reina only able to push the ball into the top right corner of the net.

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muahahaha! So.. Liverpool fans, not so noisy now huh? Yeah yeah.. bring up the Champions' League you won last year... that's old news, mate!

Chelsea remain a healthy 14 points clear of Man Utd in the English Premier League despite their rare setback against Charlton. Oh well, there's always next week... or next season.
posted by Ivan, 4:25 pm

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