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Five things we learnt from Manchester United’s win over Palace

Date: 9th November 2014 at 5:57 pm
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United kept a clean sheet - finallyFollowing their game against Crystal Palace, Manchester United moved up the table to sixth place after securing three points.

After a frustrating first half, a substitution made after the hour mark made all the difference for the Red Devils.

Louis van Gaal had this week claimed he feels ‘lousy’ for the fans given the poor start his side have made to the season but United fans do not want words, they want results and finally, the side have picked one up.

Bouncing back from their derby loss, there are some positives for the club and their fans to take into the international break.

With that in mind, we have come up with five talking points from a hard fought win for Louis van Gaal and his side.

Click on Luke Shaw to see our top talking points from the game.

Luke Shaw proves his worth

Manchester United fans. What did you think of the game? Just how much have you improved? Let us know your thoughts below or tweet us @LaFootyettes.

2 thoughts on “Five things we learnt from Manchester United’s win over Palace

  • Henry
    6 years ago

    What I think of is Man Utd beating Arsenal and securing the 3 points. We all expected them to beat Crystal Palace. No big deal

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  • joseph
    6 years ago

    Passing to any player in vicinity especially back passes is no football. Man u midfders and strikers need some creativity. Yo striker behind the opponent. I want to see lot of running with ball towards goal to result in goal shot or corners any pass to a team mate must find him in running motion

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