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Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Premier League l Manchester United 3-Aston Villa 0, An imperial Van Persie gives his twenty-Manchester United Premier League


With four games to close the season United is already unaffordable for his pursuer, Manchester City, with a game in hand and 16 points behind in the table. The stands of Old Trafford celebrated the title on a night when Van Persie emerged as the local hero by scoring a hat-trick that allows you to add 24 goals in league and placed first in the ranking of top scorers in the tournament with a goal more than Liverpool's Uruguayan Luis Suarez. Although the United was the clear favorite before Paul Lambert, manager Alex Ferguson had insisted this week in the danger posed Aston Villa , not least because it was played in Manchester many of its options to avoid relegation. The 'Red Devils' have sin of overconfidence in one of the last league games they have played with the title almost in the pocket, and more cautious fans feared would be repeated this lack of fighting team. The occasion was special though, everything was ready at the 'Theatre of Dreams' to celebrate the championship and the players took the field with the drive itself from one end. So, the Aston Villa was wound around the referee whistle to start for a team aspiring to win the Champions League this year, before the Real Madrid him away from the competition in March. Van Persie, the undisputed leader of the team, took less than two minutes to set the record straight before Lambert with a goal that made ​​the United already a champion and allowed the stands of Old Trafford enjoy carefree bereavement. As usual, English Wayne Rooney played a technical role behind the line of scrimmage , where he drew a long pass to the Ecuadorian Antonio Valencia, who, after thrashing before a defense on the right wing, opened the ball so that end up at the feet of the Dutch striker, centered in the box and ready to push it to the network. The United showed their best version and liked in the field: Ryan Giggs overwhelmed the defenses in its almost 40 years and Brazilian Rafael da Silva was about to mark the second with a shot to the stick. The 2-0 did not arrive at that time, but in the 13th minute thanks to a masterpiece of the couple who has guided the team during this season. Rooney gave an exquisite pass from the halfway line towards the opponent and Van Persie did not need the ball touched the turf to connect an unstoppable shot to Brad Guzan. It would not be the last meeting of the American goalkeeper with the Dutch, who soon after, at 33, he received a ball put Giggs after an individual move, dribbled the keeper and unleashed a left hook with which totaled 24 goals in league and well exceeded scorers in the ranking of Luis Suarez. The goal of United was protected by Spanish David De Gea, who celebrated after the meeting his first Premier League title, and incidentally also for Van Persie, inspired by all aspects of the game, which came out a ball from the line that prevented a goal from Aston Villa. Beyond some timely arrival of Lambert, the 'Red Devils' placid lived a second part: the intensity waned after the break, when the players had gone to the showers with a sense of accomplishment. With the final whistle blew the joy in the home of Manchester United, who physically receive the trophy in the last league match that played at home this season, next May 12 against Swansea.

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