Portsmouth   1

Boateng (33)

Man United   4

Rooney (24, 47, 55), Giggs (88)

28 November 2009 Fratton Park 20,482

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1Begovic
21Ben-Haim
12Wilson
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7Hreidarsson
11Brown
32Yebdasub17
24O'Hara
23Boatenggoalyellow card
24Dindaneyellow card
30Piquionnesub27
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17Utakasub32yellow card
18Vanden Borre
22Hughes
27Kanusub30
39Belhadj
19Webber
Man United
29Kuszczak
2Neville
6Brown
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3Evra
24Fletcher
16Carricksub8
18Scholes
7Valencia
10Rooneygoalgoalgoal
11Giggsgoal
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7Owen
8Andersonsub16
9Berbatov
7Park
17Nani
30De Laet

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Tomasz Kuszczak - A rare start for the Polish stopper, and he took his chance to shine. A commanding performance littered with outstanding saves; most notably his fingertip stop from O'Hara

Gary Neville - The skipper was rarely called upon to bomb forward, given Antonio Valencia's single-handed dominance of the right flank, but overall a steady, calm display

Wes Brown - Given a tough time in the first half by the Dindane/Picquionne axis, but recovered to withstand the hosts' physical approach after the break

Nemanja Vidic - Similar to Wes in that he grew in stature, and can count himself very hard done by to concede a penalty for a routine shirt tug on Picquionne

Patrice Evra - Came close to opening the scoring and was regularly up in support of Ryan Giggs down the left flank. Typical energetic outing from the Frenchman

Darren Fletcher - Dominant in the centre of midfield, as ever, and increasingly grew in his attacking influence. Superb ball for Giggs to lay on Rooney's second goal

Michael Carrick - Another elegant display of midfield string-pulling from the England international, who also offered a midfield screen for the defence before being replaced by Anderson

Paul Scholes - Chanced his arm from distance on a number of occasions, twice coming within inches of scoring, and a real hub of activity at the heart of the midfield

Antonio Valencia - Breathless stuff from the Ecuadorian, who terrorised Pompey with his direct running and power. With a bit more composure, a deserved goal would have capped the display

Wayne Rooney - A calm, classy display from Wazza,

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