Man Utd 3-1 QPR – Comeback Kings United Go Top After Victory Over Hoops (Photos & Highlights)

Alan Duffy

24th, November 2012


By Alan Duffy

Man Utd 3-1 QPR – Premier League – 24th November 2012

Manchester United went back to the top of the table oN Saturday after yet another comeback win, this time against bottom-dwellers QPR.

With new manager Harry Redknapp watching from the stands, the Hoops started superbly and could have found themselves ahead before half-time. However, after the break, the west Londoners were eventually rewarded for their positivity when Jamie Mackie, a player who had gone close in the first period, prodded home from close-range.

Rather than sit back, Rangers pushed for a second, but in a blitz between the 64th and 72nd minute, the Red Devils netted three goals, courtesy of Jonny Evans, Darren Fletcher (both headers) and one from sub Javier Hernandez.

While the contest ended in yet another defeat for QPR, Redknapp will have seen a lot of positives from his new team’s performance. Sir Alex Ferguson, on the other hand, will enjoy leapfrogging Man City into top spot in the table.



Photos: PA

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  1.' Kun says:

    so happy for Fletch!

  2.' Jarren says:

    @Kun: Yeah, great to see him back!

    Plus Jonny, what’s up there?!? 3 goals this season?

    With this form he will score for Norn Iron!

    Oh wait, he’ll be injured… :(

    (just trollin’, Jonny)

    I would say a great result for us, yeah it’s 3 points, but for goodness sake we did make it difficult against the bottom team who had no manager.

    Say what you will about teams bucking up their ideas when management changes, but I was fully expecting a 7-0 today.

    United have not been on top form this season yet.

    I’m just glad City, Chelsea & Arsenal are playing under par too.

    To be honest, WBA are the team I think everyone fears right now.

    CL spot for the Baggies come the end of the season? Without injury and with confidence on the up, who’s to argue against?

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