Man. United and Man. City : Different fates in the Boxing Day

@icecubic (1851)
December 26, 2011 10:18pm CST
Manchester United and Manchester City could result in the opposite Boxing Day. The Red Devils equaled the 31-year-old, while The Citizens worst record in 8 months. Manchester United 5-0 victory was achieved and the failure of City to make the maximum points in the competition's top Premier League return at the end of 2011 fierce. Both clubs are now both have 45 points, and only goal difference is so distinctive. Success so clearly points back to equalize the biggest prize in the game MU is Boxing Day. But more than that, winning 5-0 at Old Trafford was incised other great records for the Red Devils. Based on the record Opta, Manchester United became the first team to win two consecutive wins by a score of 5-0 in the next 31 years. Ryan Giggs cs in the previous game also partied five goals without reply when a visit to the stable Fulham. The club won 5-0 the last two consecutive times at the highest level is the Everton Premier League. The Toffees did in November 1980. so do you think this competition is hot now?? the chances only for both of them? As for City, the score 0-0 when a visit to West Bromwich Albion made ??them for the first time this season failed to score in the Premier League. If traced from last season, this is the result of the worst games in the last eight months if based on productivity The Citizens. For the record, the City can always beat his opponent's goalkeeper in the Premier League since last April 2011. The last team that is able to spay Roberto Mancini's squad is Liverpool.
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@ram_cv (16516)
• India
29 Dec 11
This sets up the title chase in the New Year brilliantly. And don't rule out Tottenham just yet. They are hanging around in case these two slip up. Of course, Man U are traditionally stronger in the second half of the season, but this season seems to be a bit different with 6 strong teams in the league. Consistency is going to be the key. Cheers! Ram
@sjlskl (3384)
• Singapore
28 Dec 11
The only team to have "spay" Man City this season is West Brom, not Liverpool. But overall, good win for Man Utd and Tottenham. The rest of the top 6 were held to a draw. Definitely, this will be a close fight. And hate it as I might be, Tottenham are still in for a shout.
• India
27 Dec 11
It was a terrific day for Manchester United. They played well and managed a victory of 5-0. Moreover now they are almost on the top of the table . Only goal difference separated these two. At the same time, Manchester City was not at all good in their match against West Brom. Both the teams scored any goal and the match was drawn .