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Manchester United Only Need 94 Minutes Against Sunderland, In Pictures

by | 3rd, October 2009

pa-7886001IT only took 94 minutes for Manchester United to take something from their game against Sunderland at Old Trafford. Against Man City they needed 98.

Ferdinand scored the equaliser to secure a 2-2 draw in the 94th minute of the game.

That’s Sunderland’s Anton Ferdinand, younger brother to United captain Rio Ferdinand.

Sunderland are managed by Steve Bruce who – like Man City manager Mark Hughes – used to play for United.

On 85 minutes, with the scores at 2-1, Sunderland’s Kieran Richardson was sent off for kicking the ball away.

You want conspiracies? How long you got?

Football – a game of two halves and as many minutes as it needs for United to score; in pictures:

How Manchester United Beat Manchester City In 97 Minutes And Eight Seconds



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