Southampton 1 v 3 Manchester United, Premiership, Matchday 22, 13th January 2002, Season 2001-2002, Venue: St Marys Stadium
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Sunday 13th January 2002

Matchday 22
St Marys Stadium
Match 101 of 133 vs Southampton


Ferguson, Alex Strachan, Gordon
Red Card
Portrait Player Name RED CARD
Portrait Player Name Kept Clean Sheets
HAN P W D L F A Diff Win%
H 64 40 15 9 131 63 +68 0.63
A 66 26 23 17 98 80 +18 0.39
N 3 2 0 1 4 3 +1 0.67
Totals 133 68 38 27 233 146 +87 0.51
EVERY GAME VS Southampton
Southampton 1
James Beattie 3'
Manchester United 3
Ruud van Nistlerooy 9', David Beckham 45', Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 63'
MATCH (101)
4-4-1-1. Manchester United moved to the top of the Premiership for the first time this season. Van Nistelrooy's goal saw him equal a Premier League record by scoring for the seventh successive match. Former Man Utd player Gordon Strachan is manager of Southampton. David Beckham scores from a free-kick.

Barthez, Fabien

Neville, Phillip

Neville, Gary

Blanc, Laurent

Silvestre, Mikael

Beckham, David 45'

Veron, Juan Sebastian

Keane, Roy

Giggs, Ryan

Solskjaer, Ole-Gunnar 63'

van Nistelrooy, Ruud 9'

Irwin, Denis ON for P.Neville 46'

Scholes, Paul ON for van Nistlerooy 85'
Newspaper Match Report

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