Berbatov’s dream was not enough against Liverpool

Berbatov's dream was not enough against Liverpool

Liverpool legends drew the longest straw in Saturday’s match against Manchester United legends. The match, which was organized as a charity match to increase income for the local community, provided a nice environment for the attendees. About 30,000 spectators were in the stadium to watch their old champions rebound the victory.

Just seven minutes later, Dimitar Berbatov hit the ball into the net, with a goal that could easily have been the goal of the week in the Premier League. United, who started with Michael Carrick and Darren Fletcher in midfield, was a former captain, the leading team in the first half and leading in the first half.

However, it took a short time for Liverpool to slow down. Only two minutes were played in the second half when Mark Gonzalez reduced the team from Merseyside. Liverpool continued to dominate the game and even Roy Keane, who was substituted in the 74th minute, was unable to turn the game in United’s favour.

In the end, United couldn’t hold out any longer. After a bit of fumbling in the penalty area, the ball ended up with Florent Senama Pongol, who directed the ball into the corner well. It should also be noted that Fraizer Campbell had a disallowed target, in what was arguably a questionable offside position.

Ronnie Johnson was the only Norwegian on the field and when Roy Keane was substituted, the Norwegian tried to give the captain’s armband to the man who had been the club’s captain for eight seasons. The Irishman reacted in the most possible way to Roy Kinski by pushing the stopper away with 150 games for Manchester United.

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