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Man Utd 3-1 Hull – Youth Shines At Old Trafford As Veteran Vidic Says Goodbye (Photos & Highlights)

By Alan Duffy

Manchester United 3-1 Hull City – Premier League – 6th May 2014

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“…and did it myyyyyyy waaaaaaaayyyyy”

Have we just witnessed the birth of a new Manchester United striking hero or will young James Wilson be just another flash in the pan? Well, whether is he the next Ruud Van Nistelrooy or the new Federico Macheda, the 18-year-old enjoyed a superb debut at Old Trafford netting two close-range goals as the hosts won their penultimate game of the season 3-1.

Matty Fryatt scored a cracker to make it 2-1 but sub Robin Van Persie restored the hosts two-goal advantage in a game which also saw youngster Tom Lawrence make his debut. Welsh attacker Lawrence was then replaced by the Red Devils’ interim boss Ryan Giggs in what could be the Old Trafford icon’s last ever game as a player at the ground while another United great, Nemanja Vidic, also said his farewells.

Hull, with an eye on the FA Cup final, put out a bit of a mix and match side but the victory along with the blooding of new talent will give the United fans something to be cheerful about after a disastrous campaign.

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Highlights…

Photos: PA

Highlights: Dailymotion

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By Alan Duffy on May 6th, 2014 in Hull City, Man Utd, Newsnow, Videos. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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3 Responses to “Man Utd 3-1 Hull – Youth Shines At Old Trafford As Veteran Vidic Says Goodbye (Photos & Highlights)”

  1. John says:

    This was a very emotional game to watch as Giggs entered the pitch and to see that he’s still a top quality player. That almost perfect FK should have been a goal. Giggsy is such a legend.

    The only bad part of the match was watching Fellaini. He’s an awful footballer and the huge waste of money.

  2. George says:

    Who ever will come to manage untd should get rid this felll-in.

  3. Joe says:

    What an amazing feeling that must be to manage your club, then say f*ck it I’m going in to show you boys how it’s done. Giggs=Legend

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