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Barclays Premier League

Old Trafford (ATT 75,522) 22nd April 2012 - Kick off 12:30 Ref: M Jones

Man Utd Manchester United vs Everton Everton

Man Utd 4

W Rooney (41, 69)
D Welbeck (57)
Nani (60)

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Everton 4

N Jelavic (33, 83)
M Fellaini (67)
S Pienaar (85)

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Manchester United

Fantasy Points User Rating Our Rating Your Rating
De Gea

Could do little about Everton's goals, which were all solid finishes.

-2 6
5
Rafael

Not his usual robust self and struggled with Pienaar's runs.

-2 5
5
Ferdinand

Could have won the game with a late shot that was terrifically saved by Howard.

-2 6
5
Evans

Made some good blocks but allowed Jelavic and co find too much space for their goals.

-2 6
5
Evra

Allowed Hibbert cross in for two of Everton's goals with far too much ease.

-3 5
5
Valencia Off '89

Drove forward frequently and delivered good service.

2 6
5
Scholes Off '86

Not his best game but showed great vision at times.

2 7
5
Carrick

Very calm in possession and rarely played a loose pass.

2 7
5
Nani

Took his goal terrifically and proved a constant threat throughout.

13 8
5
Rooney

Outstanding. His two goals were composed finishes and his link up play was excellent.

12 8
5
Welbeck

His goal was magical and his awareness in the final third got better as the game went on.

13 9
5
Jones On '86

No impact

1 4
5
Hernandez On '89

No impact.

1 4
5

Everton

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Howard

Made a crucial late save to deny United a late winner through Ferdinand.

-2 7
5
Hibbert

Made two excellent deliveries for Everton's first and fourth goals.

4 6
5
Jagielka

Was often sold by Welbeck and Rooney's exquisite movement.

-2 5
5
Distin Off '83

Committed but fared well in his duel with Valencia.

-3 6
5
Neville

Got stuck in without ever contributing too much at either end.

-3 6
5
Osman Off '63

Didn't have his shooting boots on but was always lively in the final third.

2 7
5
Heitinga

Started well but United's interplay left him wanting in the second half.

-2 5
5
Gibson

Played patiently on his return to Old Trafford.

2 6
5
Pienaar

Kept going and got his rewards with Everton's late equaliser.

7 8
5
Fellaini

His physical presence proved a thorn in United's side and his goal was divine.

10 7
5
Jelavic

Two superb goals, showing great technique with both finishes.

12 8
5
McFadden On '63

Always on the front foot when he came on.

1 5
5
Cahill On '83

No impact.

1 4
5