Wednesday, February 17

United in the news

AC Milan 2 Manchester United 3: match report (Henry Winter, Daily Telegraph)

Manchester United waited 52 years to score against AC Milan at San Siro and then, like the local trams, three come along in quick succession.

Rooney gives Manchester United the edge over Milan (Kevin McCarra, The Guardian)

Throughout their previous visits, United had never scored against Milan, yet here they prevailed 3-2.

Rooney looks a world-beater as striker puts United in command after lucky Paul Scholes strike wrong-foots Milan (Ian Lawton, Daily Mail)

The night before this extraordinary Champions League encounter, Sir Alex Ferguson dared suggest he could not quite see what all the fuss was about.

Majestic Wayne Rooney ruins David Beckham’s reunion with Manchester United (James Ducker, The Times)

But despite having scored three away goals, United were left to rue an 85th-minute strike from Clarence Seedorf that gave Milan renewed hope.

Leonardo baffled by loss (Sky Sports)

"We did not deserve to lose this match," said Leonardo.

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