Manchester United 2 Liverpool 1

Match played at Old Trafford corresponding to the Premier League.

The prematch talking was all about Evra and Suarez Race Row and thanks to an uneducated, odious individual of a man (ie Suarez) the match would end up being about Evra and Suarez. Patrice, being a proper man, offered his racial abuser his hand in the usual prematch ritual only for the cromagnum that is Suarez to blank him. Cue Patrice’s righteous anger as he grabbed Suarez by the arm and the referee had to start to officiate before the match kicked off. Rio Ferdinand, next down the United line, also blanked the racist and sod him. The tone for the match had been set!

Once the match kicked off it failed to meet all the pre kick off expectations as the first half was a dour affair. Liverpool packed their midfield to deny United space and nullify our wingplay as Giggs had to cut inside often to make up the numbers. Neither keeper was required to make a save in the first half with Rafael coming closest for United. Antonio Valencia once again proved he, along with Arsenal’s Robin Van Persie, is the form player in the League by making the excellent Luis Enrique feel as uncomfortable as he has all season long. Cue the Neanderthal from Uruguay. Phil Dowd, who refereed a very diffcult match excellently, whistled for half time and Mr Suarez decides to wallop the ball into the stands. The crowd incensed and Luis once again acts to calm nerves and relax things. Evra, allegedly confronts him in the tunnel and to the delight of Geoff Shreeves, another odious individual (though Kudos for pissing Dalglish off), Sky reporter, stewards and the Police are called in to usher each side into their respective Dressing Rooms. The second half started with tredpidation until man of the match, Wayne Rooney, buried a delightful volley past a flapping Pepe Reina in the Scouse goal. A couple of minutes later the same player nutmegs said keeper and 2-0. Paul Scholes then turned the clock back and gave a mastercalss in posession football that had £40 million of Liverpool midfield dross (Downing and Henderson) scrambling and running after the ball. Kenny Dalglish reacted by subbing in Bellamy and surely to be crowned Player of the Year, Andy Carroll. Liverpool reverted to a 4-4-2 and made a semblance of an attacking team. Another defensive mistake, hands up Rio, gifted the odious cunt from Uruguay a consolation goal. David De Gea once again pulled off an excellent save from Johnson as United go top of the league and now look to Villa to beat or draw with City tomorrow at Villa Park. The controversy did not finish there. A righteous Patrice Evra ran to the Stretford End waving his arms and pumping his chest in joyful celebration only to have Scouse Bastard players resent this. The icing on the cake was Kenny Dalglish losing it with the aforementioned Geoff Shreeves in the post match interview. Sour grapes from a dour Scot and Scouse Cunt to boot. The Self Pity City will no doubt go into overdrive this week but the cameras do not lie. Suarez did not remove his hand from Evra’s, he refused to accept Patrice’s. 2-1, 3 points. Loving it.

Manchester United Team

1   David De Gea

3   Patrice Evra

5   Rio Ferdinand

6   Johnny Evans

21 Rafael

11 Ryan Giggs

22 Paul Scholes

16 Micheal Carrick

25 Antonio Valencia

10 Wayne Rooney (2 Goals)

19 Danny Welbeck

And just because we love the wee little man from Clichy