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Manchester United Football:

Manchester United Drop Game to Wigan – Rooney and Co Look Tired, Lackluster The myth of Manchester United’s near invincibility in front of teams like the generally lackluster Wigan Athletic has been blown to bits the other day, when the proverbial Goliath fell to David in rather disgraceful and unspectacular way. Yes indeed, the underdog’s victory was entirely deserved this time, as Giggs, Rooney and Carrick stood by, helplessly watching their team being dismantled by a more motivated, focused and defiant foe.The significance of the Wigan victory cannot be understated: this marked the first time the team managed to score Premier League points against Manchester United in 14 tries and the points earned may have just saved it from dropping out of the league.

The Wigan boys were indeed focused and motivated:

the loss that they handed the leader was the toughest one since the trouncing Manchester United received from Newcastle United in January. There wasn’t a whole lot Manchester could complain about refereeing-wise either. Surely, Manchester fans will be quick to point it out that referee Phil Dowd pretty much gift-wrapped the corner shot that led to the decisive Wigan goal and that he committed a mistake when he did not grant a penalty after Maynor Figueroa handled the ball, but the mistakes – as plentiful as they were – were by no means one-sided. The header Victor Moses pulled off in the first half was disallowed quite categorically, on account of the fact that goalkeeper David De Gea was illegally hindered by Gary Caldwell. At the end of the day, all impartial observers will agree that justice has indeed been served. Shaun Maloney was the author of the 50th minute goal that put his team ahead following a controversially awarded corner shot, at the end of which he traded passes with Jean Beausejour and pierced the Manchester net beating De Gea.





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