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Manchester United wins 20th League title

22 Apr

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The Red Devils of Greater Manchester have won the club’s record 20 Premier league titles today, after thrashing relegation-threatened Aston Villa 3 – 0 in crucial match at Old Trafford .

After narrowly losing the record 20 titles to rival and neighbours, Manchester City in last year’s season, the Red Devils of legendary Scottish coach, Sir Alex Fergusson set out for this season with a mission.

That is the mission to grab back the champion title, and to prove their critics wrong that they remain the best of all times in the English premier league.

With 16 points clear from runner-ups Manchester City, United are now crown champions with four more matches to go to end the season. 

In a very decisive tie, where the head coaches of both teams are Scottish, with one trying to make history and another one under heat to escape relegation, it was Man U that opened score through van Persie just 2 minutes into the game.

The Dutch man, made it 2 -0 just 11 minutes later.

With the Championship title bag, the prolific striker added another one to earn a hat trick at the 33th minute of the game. With the victor Aston Villa doomed to relegation there was not need hitting a man already lying helpless.

Although the competition continues for clubs battling for the Champion League prestigious positions, and the bottom teams fighting to stay in the league, it is season over for the Red Devils and its vibrant fans that will have the longest night with celebration and fireworks.

 
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Posted by on April 22, 2013 in News Analysis

 

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