Man Utd boss Ferguson: Chelsea could not live with our wingers

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson felt their wingers were the difference in victory over Chelsea.

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson felt their wingers were the difference in victory over Chelsea.

United's attacking play again pleased Sir Alex, especially when the Reds utilised the wings instead of trying to feed Wayne Rooney and Javier Hernandez through the centre.

"I think we did okay when we got the ball up to Nani and to Ashley Young, I thought that was our strength and they couldn’t cope with that," said the manager.

"When we tried to be clever in the middle of midfield, we kept botching it up and they kept counter-attacking us. When we got the ball out to Nani and to Ashley Young, I thought that was our strength and they couldn’t cope with that."

 

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