Hull City   1

Fagan (59)

Man United   3

Rooney (47), Dawson (OG 73), Berbatov (82)

27 December 2009 KC Stadium 24,627

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7Fagangoal
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15Vidic
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16Carrick
24Fletcher
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9Berbatovgoal
10Rooneygoal
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Tomasz Kuszczak

- The Pole was forced into some smart stops in the first half, but was given no chance with Fagan's penalty for the hosts. Otherwise, a solid outing.

Rafael - A superb surge forward in the first half would have ended with a goal, but for a fine save from Myhill. A mixed display, though, after his rash challenge gave the Tigers their penalty.

Wes Brown - Great to have him back fit. Fortunate not to concede a penalty in the first half, but otherwise gave an outstanding display in the face of the hosts' upbeat approach.

Nemanja Vidic - Magnificent, in the air and on the deck. The Serbian made a huge difference to the Reds' defence and formed a fine partnership with Brown in the centre.

Patrice Evra - An unusually quiet display in attacking terms, but had all the answers defensively. Now walking a disciplinary tightrope after accruing his fourth booking of the season.

Antonio Valencia - Like Evra, an unexpectedly indistinct outing from the Ecuadorian, who started well but faded and was replaced by Park in the second half.

Darren Fletcher - Back in his natural habitat, Fletch marauded around the field in his customary fashion, and put in a superb cross for Rooney to open the scoring.

Michael Carrick - Likewise, back in midfield and far more comfortable. Surrendered possession occasionally, but was heavily involved and was

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