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22/02/2013 09:41, Report by A Marshall & S Bartram
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Feature: Sir Alex and 'Arry

their only attack of the game. Tomasz Kuszczak was dismissed for bringing down Milan Baros and Sulley Muntari despatched the penalty past stand-in keeper Rio Ferdinand.

Wembley wahey: United 0 Tottenham 0, 2009 (United won 4-1 on pens)
When the inside of a post denied Cristiano Ronaldo in the last minute of the Carling Cup final and extra-time yielded little goalmouth action, penalties were required. Step forth Ben Foster as a wonderful stop from Jamie O'Hara preceded a horrible miss by David Bentley as Spurs were deposed as cup holders.

Comeback kings: United 5 Tottenham 2, 2009
Given United's stunning comeback win at White Hart Lane in 2001, roaring back from two goals down shouldn't have raised many eyebrows. Instead, the imperious power with which the Reds overcame adversity and crushed the visitors provided the momentum to clinch an 18th league title.

Young at Hart: Tottenham 1 United 3, 2012
The visitors had barely looked like threatening Brad Friedel's goal until Wayne Rooney nodded home on the stroke of half time. Two superb strikes from Ashley Young provided the gloss after the interval and Jermain Defoe's late consolation proved largely

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Sir Alex's record v Redknapp

Bournemouth (1983-1992):
P4 W2 D1 L1 GF5 GA3

West Ham (1994-2001):
P15 W9 D4 L1 GF32 GA14

Portsmouth (2003-2004):
P4 W2 D0 L2 GF7 GA4

Southampton (2004-2005):
P3 W3 D0 L0 GF9 GA1

Portsmouth (2005-2008):
P9 W6* D2 L2 GF13 GA6

Tottenham (2008-2012):
P11 W9 D2 L0 GF23 GA6

TOTAL: 
P46 W31* D9 L6 GF86 GA32

*includes victories on penalties.

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