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Sunday, September 11, 2011

Stunned Reebok Stadium

Manchester United had never dreamed such a perfect start to the premier season by smashing five goals past a helpless Bolton at the Reebok Stadium to go top of the Premier League.

Wayne Rooney scored his second successive hat-trick, becoming only the fourth player to score back-to-back Premier league hat-tricks. He now has scored eight goals in four games with his team tally reaching to 18, 13 of which were bagged only in the last two matches.

United started their triumph at 5th minute when Javier Hernandez pounced at the near post to give the champions a lead.

Although, it was a night when all devils were playing their role for the team, dazzling run from teenager Phil Jones created Rooney's both goals in the spare of five minutes of the first half, which sparkled the most.

The only worry for Sir Alex Ferguson was the suspected broken foot midfielder Tom Cleverley sustained in an early collision with Kevin Davies, and an injury to Jonny Evans just ahead of another Champions League quest getting under way against Benfica on Wednesday. Carrick was substituted for Cleverly in the 24th minute of the game.

Ferguson was doubtful about De Gea yesterday, whether to drop the 20-year-old into the maelstrom of the Reebok Stadium. As it turned out, the boss need not have worried. It was first-half stoppage time before Bolton produced a cross that tested De Gea's confidence.

With manager Owen Coyle barking instructions from the touchline, Bolton limited United to three in the first half but, while Klasnic and Martin Petrov linked well at times, the home side was painfully short in creativity.

It was only a matter of time before United added to their lead and, two minutes before the hour mark, Hernandez made it 4-0.

Substitute Michael Carrick found the Mexican lurking at the far post and, with the Bolton defense at sea, his low effort had Jussi Jaaskelainen well beaten.

Nigel Reo-Coker struck the crossbar as Bolton desperately looked returning back into the game but, the luck favored United this time around.

Jones' intelligence and skills were rightly justified in this match with two assist goals and brilliant game at midfield.

Bolton, who played their past games very well, found amazingly hard to keep United off from scoring at their own home. United are in a great run with four consecutive victories in the league, making them at the top.

The man of spotlight, Rooney had bagged hat-tricks in consecutive two games, following Les Ferdinand, Ian Wright and Didier Drogba during the Premier League history. Rooney, the hat-trick boy almost set Hernandez up for his hat-trick as well but he missed by some inches for his lucky hat-trick goal.

Two yellow cards were given for booking to the home sides, M. Davies and Davies with nil for the visitors.

The veteran, Giggs as past games joined the party as a substitute for Young in the 61st minute.

With four games down, United still remains left to be defeated this season, along with its rival City. This away win for United was the 200th away win in the Premier League - the first club to achieve the milestone.


GGMU !!!! a five star performance by the lads..... Rooney was awesome ..... but for me ... the man of the match was Phil Jones.... he was just anywhere.... just shows why SAF paid 16m for a defender even though we have world class defenders... one thing that separates Jones from others is his versatility....

umm...agreed with rinzi bro..but...rooney was also good ni...he was running everywhere.....controlling the whole game himself...!! for me rooney.."man of the match"!! Jones was extraordinary and that run was awwwssoomme...GGMU...!!!!

for me this game was a big test of both Jones and De Gea.... as Bolton play physical and tend to throw crosses and long passes ... as written in my Match Preview... surely Rooney was the man but look at the assists both Hernandez and Rooney were getting... the goals were merely tap-in.... still was a great performance by all the lads... GGMU !!!

All the red giants played with their heart.....i wonder if its only me, who is thinking that this team is more than xerox of Busby's babes...

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