15 de mar de 2011

UEFA Champions League




Man. United  2 - 1 Marseille    

 


Wayne Rooney

Nani



Javier Hermández

Match statistics

Man. UnitedMarseille
2Goals scored1
8Attempts on target3
2Attempts off target7
6Corners6
33' 25''Possession (time)24' 34''
57Possession (%)43
12Fouls committed15
1Yellow cards2
0Red cards0



man. united

Man. United

marseille

Marseille

1
Van der SarEdwin van der Sar (GK)
30
MandandaSteve Mandanda (GK) (C)
3
EvraPatrice Evra (C)
3
TaiwoTaye Taiwo
6
BrownWes Brown
Goal82'
7
CheyrouBenoît Cheyrou
10
RooneyWayne Rooney
8
Lucho GonzálezLucho González
11
GiggsRyan Giggs
10
GignacAndré-Pierre Gignac
Substitution69'
12
SmallingChris Smalling
11
RémyLoïc Rémy
Yellow Card90+3'
14
HernándezJavier Hernández
Goal5'
Yellow Card20'
Goal75'
17
MbiaStéphane Mbia
Substitution80'
16
CarrickMichael Carrick
19
HeinzeGabriel Heinze
17
NaniNani
Substitution62'
20
André AyewAndré Ayew
18
ScholesPaul Scholes
21
DiawaraSouleymane Diawara
22
O'SheaJohn O'Shea
Substitution37'
24
FanniRod Fanni

Substitutes

29
KuszczakTomasz Kuszczak (GK)
16
Elinton AndradeElinton Andrade (GK)
9
BerbatovDimitar Berbatov
5
HiltonHilton
20
FabioFabio
Substitution70'
6
CisséÉdouard Cissé
21
RafaelRafael
Substitution37'
Substitution70'
12
KaboréCharles Kaboré
25
ValenciaAntonio Valencia
Substitution62'
15
AyewJordan Ayew
Substitution80'
26
ObertanGabriel Obertan
18
AbrielFabrice Abriel
28
GibsonDarron Gibson
28
ValbuenaMathieu Valbuena
Substitution69'
Yellow Card72'

Coach

Sir Alex Ferguson (SCO) Didier Deschamps (FRA)

Referee

Carlos Velasco Carballo (ESP)

Assistant referees

Roberto Alonso Fernández (ESP), Jesús Calvo Guadamuro (ESP)

Fourth official

David Fernández Borbalán (ESP)

Additional assistant referees

Carlos Clos Gómez (ESP), Antonio Rubinos Pérez (ESP)



Sir Alex Ferguson, Manchester United manager
It was nervy because players kept coming off with injuries. It unshifted the balance of the team. [John] O'Shea came off and we did want to bring [Darron] Gibson on. On the hamstring injuries, you've got to remember the games we've had over the last couple of weeks – Chelsea, Liverpool away and Arsenal in the FA Cup – it's a big demand on the players.
The problem for us tonight was always going to be height because of their danger from set pieces. The partnership between Wayne [Rooney] and Javier [Hernández] is developing well. Where Wayne's been playing in the last couple of games, he's a real threat because he's got such power and speed with the ball. Hernandez is unbelievable, his movement: for the goal; in, out, in, out.
[Paul] Scholes, [Ryan] Giggs, Rooney and [Michael] Carrick did very well for us. [Antonio] Valencia made an outstanding 45 minutes' contribution. We're a good side once we get the ball down and start playing.


Didier Deschamps, Marseille coach
It was not a great Manchester team, they had a lot of absentees. I think we missed an opportunity because we had the chances. We conceded twice but there was room to do better. Manchester have great players up front and it was the difference even if they were not on top form.
What we lack is being used to that level. Even if they lacked some players, they played at a very high level of football. There are regrets. We were very shy in the first 20-25 minutes. The stakes, the atmosphere can explain that. I have young players in my team and it was difficult at Old Trafford.
We improved after that and we finally competed. At 2-1, I really felt that they were nervous. Unfortunately we failed to score the second goal. In such games you need to approach them quite relaxed and I felt the players were a bit tense. We tried but it was not to be.



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