Blackburn Rovers 4 v 3 Manchester United, Premiership, Matchday 24, 1st February 2006, Season 2005-2006, Venue: Ewood Park
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Wednesday 1st February 2006

Matchday 24
Ewood Park
Match 99 of 113 vs Blackburn Rovers


Ferguson, Alex Hughes, Mark
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Portrait Player Name RED CARD

Portrait Player Name Kept Clean Sheets
Blackburn Rovers
HAN P W D L F A Diff Win%
H 55 31 14 10 118 62 +56 0.56
A 57 20 15 22 91 103 -12 0.35
N 1 1 0 0 2 0 +2 1.00
Totals 113 52 29 32 211 165 +46 0.46
EVERY GAME VS Blackburn Rovers
Blackburn Rovers 4
David Bentley 35', 41', 56', Lucas Neill 45' (pen)
Manchester United 3
Louis Saha 37', Ruud van Nistlerooy 63' 65'
MATCH (99)
4-4-2. Former Man Utd player Mark Hughes is manager of Blackburn Rovers. Blackburn's David Bentley 35', 41', 56' scores a hat-trick v Utd, the 1st hat-trick of the Premier league era. Dennis Bailey of QPR was the last player to score three goals against United in a league match 01-01-1992. Rio Ferdinand is sent off 88' for the 1st time in his MUFC career.

van der Sar, Edwin

Neville, Gary

Brown, Wesley

Vidic, Nemanja

Evra, Patrice

Ronaldo, Cristiano

Fletcher, Darren

Ferdinand, Rio

Richardson, Kieran

Rooney, Wayne

Saha, Louis 37'

van Nistelrooy, Ruud ON for Richardson 54' 63', 65'

Park, Ji-Sung ON for Fletcher 54'

Silvestre, Mikael ON for Brown 76'
Newspaper Match Report

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