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- Manu Aravind
28 Apr, 2015
After an undeserved loss at Stamford Bridge, came yet another loss, this time at Goodison Park. In the match against Chelsea, had the last minute penalty been awarded, a point might have been secured, giving hopes of somehow winning the title. But, only a top four finish is now possible. Victory against Everton would have pushed us to second, which is second best to winning. But, an early lead due to our defensive error changed the course of the match. We kept possession for long time, creating decent attacks but our finishing was poor. They pressed forward in the counter and were successful in set-pieces as well.

De Gea was powerless in this match as was Rooney, who tried to create more chances rather than attack himself. Rooney was always successful when he pushed forward and did what he does best : Score Goals! But he was not to be blamed alone, the others weren't creating that good a chance themselves. Valencia did good at moving forward, but did poor at marking the opposition which led to the second goal. So, it seems the curse of Goodison Park continues as we fail to win yet again for the third time in a row.

This match shows once again, how much we miss the Midfield Maestro, Michael Carrick. His calm and composed presence always led us to victory. Daley Blind failed to impress in his position. He lacked the attacking mentality and ability to pull in key passes. Blind is better off defending. He's already shown that this season. He's a natural Left-back and very good at intercepting. Whatever Louis van Gaal has to do, he needs to do it now. The last 4 mathces of the Premier League remain and we need to win all four of them to ensure a Champions League spot.

14 Apr, 2015
Derbies don't get much bigger than this. When the two halves of Manchester collide, the outcome is little but predictable. Having lost 4 of the previous meetings, victory was all that was acceptable. And victory was the result. A thrilling match with a final score of 4 - 2 and stellar performances from the likes of Ander Herrera, Juan Mata, Marouane Fellaini and Ashley Young silenced the opener from Aguero. Doubts were raised as we went 1 - 0 down, but we responded in a way we've always done before.

The big Belgian was key to our victory. Carrick, too was instrumental in the match with his accurate passes. He often slowed down the game and controlled the flow of the match.

It seems as though van Gaal's tactics and 'philosophy' are finally working. It took some time though, but all good things do take time. We face Chelsea next week at Stamford Bridge. They are in quite good a form themselves but when the red devils are rolling, we won't stop till we're finished.