For the first time in Premier League history Stoke came out victorious against manchester United with a Michael Carrick own goal and a Charlie Adam thunderbolt, either side of a Robin van Persie finish securing three points for Mark Hughes. The Red Devils may have had Rooney, Mata and RVP, but, as our Twitter reports shows, it was not a good day to be a follower of the champions

Mata starts, and the fans predict big things

 

Despite not doing any late deadline day deals, Moyes wasn’t looking fresh on the sidelines

Although attackers are much talked abut at United, it was Jones performing most notably

But the Red Devils’ midfield was still struggling

CHARLIEEEE ADAAAAAMMMMMM – the Scot’s free-kick goes in off of Michael Carrick

 

From bad to worse for United

 

HT – fans call for changes

 

RVP starts the second 45 minutes well with a fine finish

vp2

 

 

This wasn’t in the script…, Adam makes it 2-1 with a worldie!

Adam

 

 

United fans grow more frustrated

 

It ends 2-1 to Stoke, who register their first EVER Premier League win against Manchester United

 

 

 

But lets have some love for Stoke!

 

 

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    Mukund Thanki
    2 months ago

    Goal of the month Adams was brilliant

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