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Manchester United and Manchester City Premier League Results

Written by Gaby Varji   
Thursday, 29 November 2012 20:52

Premier League ResultsManchester United and Manchester City, yesterday won the day 14 of the Premier League and the pitfalls and seized their immediate pursuers to come off in the general classification.

The leading United won with great difficulty to West Ham (tenth) at Old Trafford with a goal at 33 seconds of Dutch striker Robin Van Persie, the faster this season.

The United did not play a good game, but an early goal from Van Persie in a shot that deflected off a defender sentenced grief almost stopped because the Red Devils never in the history of the Premier lost a game at home when they arrived with advantage break.

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The victory of the other team in town, the City (2) was also very elaborate.

The Wigan (15) gave many problems to Roberto Mancini's men, but the visitors eventually prevailed with two goals in the epilogue.

 

Italy's Mario Balotelli (69 ') was commissioned to open the scoring with his first goal of the season. In fact, the original trans Ghanaian international had not scored in his team since last March.

The midfielder James Milner (72 ') scored the second goal and sealed the match with a superb shot from outside the area.

With less luck ran Chelsea (3), that despite the change of Rafael Benitez by Roberto Di Matteo in the dock still can celebrate a triumph.

Yesterday was the second game of Benitez at the helm in both London and his team were dismissed without a single entry.

Yesterday was the Fulham (11) Bryan Ruiz who snatched a point in your home, even in a game where visitors had to dream of victory.

The fourth-placed West Bromwich surprisingly, also was defeated in Swansea, 3-1.

Everton (6) and Arsenal (7) failed to go beyond the 1-1 draw.

The lateral Rican Bryan Oviedo, Everton took the field at minute 62 by Scotsman Steven Naismith. This time he played in the right line.

 
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