Wigan   0

Man United   4

Hernandez (18, 75), Rooney (83), Fabio (87)

26 FEBRUARY 2011, DW STADIUM Attendance: 18,140

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Wigan
26Habsi
2Gohouri
5Caldwell
3Alcaraz
31Figueroa
4McCarthy
8Watson
21Diame
10N'Zogbia
20Rodallega
13Mosessub9
Subs:
12Pollitt
9Di Santosub13
13Caldwell
16McArthur
24Lopez
6Thomas
14Gomez
Man United
1Van der Sar
22O'Shea
12Smalling
15Vidic
3Evra
24Fletcher
16Carrick
18Scholessub28
17Nanisub20
14Hernandezgoalyellow cardgoalsub9
10Rooneygoal
Subs:
29Kuszczak
6Brown
9Berbatovsub14
20Fabiosub17goal
2Rafael
28Gibsonsub18
41King

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Edwin van der Sar

The Dutchman’s had far quieter games when United have conceded goals. Against Wigan he had to be alert throughout and produced three fine stops.

John O’Shea
Kept busy in the first half by the impressive Victor Moses, O’Shea tackled and blocked crosses well.

Chris Smalling
Another impressive display by the youngster. Had to remain calm under pressure as Wigan’s forwards pressed the Reds’ back four high up the pitch.

Nemanja Vidic
Hugo Rodallega’s a tricky customer but Vidic coped well with the big Colombian. He also produced a vital tackle early on to thwart N’Zogbia.

Patrice Evra
A heavy knock in the second half curbed his attacking instincts somewhat but until then he’d looked dangerous, linking well with Nani down the left.

Darren Fletcher
The Scot asserted himself well on the game and relished the physical battle in midfield. He also delivered a number of dangerous crosses from the right.

Michael Carrick
Shielded the back four superbly and was often the first man to meet Wigan’s onrushing forwards. Also passed well and often combined with Scholes to keep possession.

Paul Scholes
Picked up where he left off in Marseille. Always looked to keep the ball moving and pick out men in advanced positions. A solid midfield display.

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