Man Utd 1-0 Everton Highlights

Manchester United turned up the pressure on the Premier League’s chasing pack and re-wrote the record books with victory over Everton at Old Trafford.



Cristiano Ronaldo’s 44th minute penalty – awarded after Mikel Arteta fouled Michael Carrick – put them five points ahead of Liverpool and Chelsea before they meet at Anfield on Sunday.

And in recording a 12th successive top-flight clean sheet, goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar eclipsed the previous league record of 1,104 minutes without conceding a goal, set by Reading’s Steve Death in 1979.

United deserved their victory and could have won by more, but they were made to work for the win by an Everton side displaying all their trademark defensive resilience.

Former United keeper Tim Howard saved well from Ji-Sung Park and Carlos Tevez, while Ronaldo also hit the post from 20 yards in the first half.

Everton – admittedly stripped of almost all of their recognised attacking strength – created few openings and Van der Sar rarely looked in danger of missing out on his place in history.


Everton 1-1 Manchester United
25 October 2008 – Ref: Alan Wiley
Everton scorer: Fellaini 63
Man Utd scorer: Fletcher 22


Mark Halsey (Lancashire)

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9 Responses

  1. burn says:

    manu on its track to the winning ways so get ready for another celebration

  2. bikram shrestha says:

    devils are back in action so resdy to enjoy the bpl celeveration in devils style

  3. FuzZy says:

    Well done MAN U!!! We will bring back the cup for the third conservative year, be prepared for not only a treble, expect the unexpected, GLORY, GLORY MAN UNITED!!!

  4. JASIM says:

    after this match manchester done a record……The 12 cleansheets in a row! A new football league record!.



  5. Anonymous says:

    man utd forever RULES!

  6. Farhan Andiaz says:

    CHAMPIONS OF 2008/2009 again surely….

    Devil Love From Singapore

  7. ROONEY 10 says:

    Great win … they were all over Everton through-out the whole match and surley deserved a bigger result. But it really doesn’t matter as long as they’ve  got the three points and a clean sheet and cemented their position on top of the table. 

  8. Chris says:

    WOW!!! He went down like he was shot!!!  not a good call at all.

  9. Godvictor Walter says:

    Am well pleased with your efficiency at this sector of sports. But i advice you to fix the table of results after every match is played as soon as possible rather than fixing it 2~3days later! Hope u get me wel, otherwise BIG UP.!.!.