Saturday 28 September 2013
Barclays Premier League

United 1 (Rooney, 57) West Brom 2 (Amalfitano, 54; Berahino, 66).

United: De Gea; Jones, Ferdinand, Evans, Buttner; Nani, Carrick, Anderson (Fellaini, 67), Kagawa (Januzaj, 46); Rooney (c), Chicharito (van Persie, 58). Subs: Amos, Evra, Welbeck, Valencia.

WBA: Myhill; Jones, McAuley, Olsson (c), Ridgewell; Yacob, Mulumbu, Amalfitano, Sessegnon (Rosenberg, 90), Sinclair (Berahino, 13); Anichebe (Lugano, 88). Subs: Daniels, Dawson, Popov, Dorrans.

28/09/2013 12:14, Report by Adam Bostock
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Live blog: United v WBA

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That's all from the live match blog but stand by for reaction stories from Old Trafford on's homepage, including quotes from manager David Moyes. Over and out.

16:58 What a shock that was. So much for the fixture list getting easier... we've had proof again today of how competitive the Barclays Premier League has become. 

16:55 This was West Brom's first Premier League win over the Reds, home or away, after 15 meetings. And their first victory at Old Trafford since 1978.

Full-time: Manchester United 1 West Brom 2. The Reds lose for the third time inside the first six games after Wayne Rooney's free-kick equaliser proves in vain. The Baggies were bold and deserved something from the match - but they've taken all three points after goals by Morgan Amalfitano and Saido Berahino.

93' Januzaj gets into a great position but his final effort flashes across goal... that would have been a dream moment had his shot flown in.

92' Oh! Carrick smashes a shot on target but Myhill beats it away with a fine save, after Nani went down appealing in vain for a penalty.

91' We're inside four minutes of injury time... come on Reds...

90' Substitution: Markus Rosenberg on for Stephane Sessegnon. A third change by West Brom further breaks the flow of the game.

89' Berahino shoots high and wide for West Brom.

88' Substitution: Diego Lugano on for Victor Anichebe. West Brom make their second change.

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