Young has been surprisingly decent this game, I mean that was a perfect pass to Rooney when he scored the first goal.
However I'm still skeptical about this, we might be 0-2 ahead, but there is still 45 minutes to go and well, it isn't over yet...
Not sure how Balotelli didn't get a card for that tackle on Evans early in the game, the ball was already gone, it was pure legs.
edit: And indeed a pity for Kompany, he'll be really annoyed about being injured during one of the most important league games of the season.
Their could of been a lot of yellows in this game already
2-1 shoulda been 3-0 but game on
Last edited by laffling; 2012-12-09 at 02:49 PM.
These refs are pretty terrible but hey what can we do about it
The refs have had a bit of a stinker today, that should have been "play advantage" I can appreciate Mancini's frustration there.
I still don't see this ending 2-1.
That some bad officiating there, stopping a solid play to show a yellow card. Seems to me he wants the spotlight.
It's coming in 1.2!!!
I think both fans can agree the ref has been crap so many weird calls
Aaaaaaaaaaah this is torture... 10 more minutes + a bit of extra time... *going nuts*
edit: Indeed the refs have been pretty bad today, that was clearly advantage for Yaya, that yellow could have come after the play had ended.
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Bugger, frigging knew it... -_-
2-2 i see this ending as 3-2 for them
Bahaha Rio you tool! Man U a 1 man team?
It's coming in 1.2!!!
The hell happened off camera, someone threw something at Ferdinand?
As for that third goal, I have never screamed at a TV so loud as I did just then in .. well over a year.
And now thats finished I can watch the Spurs game. Surprised that Man U won, but a huge result for them there. Nasri failed miserably in that wall and a real shame to see people throwing stuff at Rio.
[21:51:39] Liagala: IT'S HUGE AND GROSS AND DOES NOT BELONG IN MOUTHS
Apparently a fan threw a coin at Ferdinand? Pretty good throw lol, depending how far away the fan was from Ferdinand (not that I condone throwing things at the players, not at all).
Either way, what a derby... I still can't believe United are the ones to break City's unbeaten run, and that away from home. In all fairness, Young's goal was no where near offside (and there wouldn't have been a counter attack leading to the 1-2, in theory) so I feel the win is justified.