Man United   2

Rooney (15), Scholes (68)

Queens Park Rangers   0

8 APRIL 2012, OLD TRAFFORD Attendance: 75,505

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Man United
1De Gea
2Rafaelsub4yellow card
6Evans
5Ferdinand
3Evra
7Valencia
16Carrick
22Scholesgoalsub23
18Youngsub11
10Rooneygoal
19Welbeck
Subs:
40Amos
4Jonessub2
11Giggssub18
7Park
14Hernandez
23Cleverleysub22
42Pogba
Queens Park Rangers
1Kenny
42Onuoha
35Ferdinand
6Hill
34Taiwo
12Mackie
2Diakitesub11
14Buzsaky
4Derryred card
10Taarabtsub21
10Bothroydsub9
Subs:
24Cerny
6Gabbidon
9Campbellsub10
18Young
11Wright-Phillipssub2
52Zamora
21Smithsub10

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We measure the Reds' individual performances in the clash with QPR...

David De Gea

- A virtual spectator throughout - understandably, given the visitors' shortage of numbers - but dealt with Adel Taarabt's looping first-half shot well. Good job he was wearing gloves on a cold afternoon.

Rafael - Spent the vast majority of his time on the attack in support of Antonio Valencia, but was thankful for the last-gasp intervention of Evans after he had gifted possession to Taarabt. Perhaps should have done better with his one-on-one against Paddy Kenny.

Jonny Evans - Once again, superb. Confident, powerful, first to every ball and continues to read games as well as any defender around. A flawless afternoon's work from the Northern Ireland international.

Rio Ferdinand - Given seldom little to do in defensive terms, other than ferry possession around as United built from the back. Carried the ball forward during the second period in a bid to coax the visitors towards him - a ploy which regularly succeeded.

Patrice Evra - Enjoyed a keenly-contested battle with Jamie Mackie and made some key interceptions on the rare occasions that the visitors threatened. Always available in support of Young and latterly Giggs.

Antonio Valencia - Continued where he left off against Blackburn: driving United forward and always on the front foot. Edged a physical battle with Samba Diakite and sent countless inviting balls into the Rangers box.

Michael Carrick - Just the man required to dictate tempo and possession. Looked as impressive as ever as he patiently probed for openings in Rangers'

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