Wigan vs Manchester United 2012 Highlights 1-0 Shaun Maloney Goal Video

By Soccer Blog | Apr 11, 2012

Click here for Wigan vs Man United 0-4 Highlights January 1, 2013

Wigan vs Manchester United 2012 ( Wigan Athletic Man UTD 2012 VIDEO BELOW)

Final score and result:- Wigan vs Manchester United 1-0 ( Shaun Maloney)

DW Stadium, Wigan- 11 April, 2012- Wednesday- 19.45 UK- 11/4/12

Shaun Maloney’s second half strike throws open the title race again and gives Wigan Athletic three precious points as they beat Manchester United 1-0.

Wigan vs Manchester United 0-1 ( Shaun Maloney goal vs Man U 50′)

Wigan vs Man Utd 2012 attendance:- 18,115 ( Referee- Dowd)

Wigan starting lineup vs MU 2012:- Al Habsi, Alcaraz, Caldwell, Figueroa, Boyce, McCarthy, McArthur, Beausejour, Moses, Di Santo, Maloney

Manchester United starting lineup v Wigan Athletic 2012:- De Gea, Jones, Ferdinand, Evans, Evra, Valencia, Giggs, Carrick, Young, Rooney, Hernandez.

( Credits of this Wigan vs Manchester United Highlights video with uploaders)

16 Comments so far
  1. Steven April 11, 2012 11:05 pm

    Wigan just wanted it more, and for once, the referee’s decisions didn’t go United’s way

  2. Kizito nyamuzereza April 11, 2012 11:42 pm

    Yamama man united pasara kuti isu tiikwire

  3. ducaysane April 12, 2012 1:12 am

    what a joke, the sh**t manure was stuned by religation troubled side wigan. they can only beat 10 or 9 man, but are nothing when it comes to 11vs 11. kkkkkkkkkkkkkk the stupid alex was waiting the refree to a ward penalty or red card the opponent, but invain.

  4. brian k April 12, 2012 3:39 am

    While! its so fan to watch this. Man u should have proved to the world that they are united for life in england by beating wigan,but they failed.Shame on them.Always favoured by referees to win games. Thats not nice.

  5. khan April 12, 2012 4:11 am

    wat ever the decision was, but we as in MANU are still on top list keep it up all my support and cheers for you people!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!………?

  6. khan April 12, 2012 4:15 am

    Wat ever the decision was but still we as in MANU are on the top of the list keep it up. All my support

  7. Richard April 12, 2012 5:29 am

    Hativerenge bhora rehusiku manzwa here vanhu vemudarjon bar. Utddd……..ddd for title.

  8. Richard April 12, 2012 5:35 am

    Ana Nehwangura muchachema chete, ko Wigan ndeyedu maUtd

  9. Ngov April 12, 2012 5:53 am

    where is my Paul Scholes!!!!!!!!!!!

  10. lewis April 12, 2012 6:07 am

    man u still remain d english champion whether wigan won or nor we still remain d champion united 4 life.

  11. lewis April 12, 2012 6:10 am

    i want 2 encourage united fans all over d world dat they shud fear nt dat d league is still ours,jst stand on ur foot nd shout up united nd d victory is our………… United 4 life.

  12. Nick April 12, 2012 8:16 am

    Bitch all you want haters. United has lost many points this season due to referees’ decisions. And the match above is another example.Although,Wigan played better and won fairly,Figueroa’s hand-ball is the definition of a penalty. It doesn’t matter we still lead by 5.

  13. alawrence April 12, 2012 8:48 am

    Khan is a glory hunting f!

  14. Stan nnaji April 13, 2012 3:55 am

    Manu is still on top no matter happened against wigan the cup is still there for manu

  15. Stan nnaji April 13, 2012 3:59 am

    Manu is still on top by 5 point no matter what happene against wigan we are still the best champion

  16. Ye Myint ( Myanmar) April 19, 2012 11:29 am

    I decided to quit from being a Man-U fan after encouraging for one decade . I did so after watching the match Wigan Vs Man-U (11th April). It is not because of our beloved Man-U players but because of the Manager Ferguson. To say severely and frankly, I want to suggest him to retire from the Man-U Club as son as possible. The older he becomes , the more foolish and stubborn he is. His idea for laying line-up and substitutions were often unacceptable.. Besides, he is famous for mind game. But, he is not strong enough to stand the verbal attack of his opponent. Mancini verbally attacked him that Fergi made a short-term contract with Paul Schole because Man-U is in trouble . Actually, he must ignore Mancini’s words and must use Paul Schole, the most important play maker who is the key to success of Man-U. But, he is a foolish old man and went into the trap of Mancini. He did not let Schole play in that match. As a consequence, there was no one who could precisely send the ball to the right place and who could score a goal from any area outside the box if the defense line of opponent side was very thick to penetrate for wingers. Giggs, Fletcher and Cleverley are midfield players who are not qualified to play as a play maker. All of you have seen only three or four goal attempts within 95 minutes. Another mistake was that he used Hernandez in the first-half and 15 minutes in the second-half. He substituted Welbeck late as he did in some matches in the past. As a result, our pitiable players had to struggle very hard not to lose or get draw. It is absolutely unacceptable. We must use the best players to give the mental pressure on the other side and try to get as many goals as we can. Then the victory will be in our hand after we have scored 2 or 3 goals. At that time, you may use your reserves as you wish to leave your best players for another important matches. It is the right technique to practice to get win after win. If you don’t do so and underestimate or look down your opponent, you must pay for it shamefully like that match. In conclusion, 8 marks in hand is a situation without pressure and worry to march on to Victory even if we lose in the coming match with Man-city. If we are not the Premiere League Champions this season, Fergi is entirely responsible for the loss and deserves the termination from the Club.

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