Manchester United has defeated Stoke City in a Premier League match played at Old Trafford on Saturday. Manchester United won the match by a big margin of 4-2. This was the sixth victory for United in the ongoing Premier League.
With the help of this victory, United has maintained its no. 2 status in the points table. Sir Alex Ferguson’s team currently has 18 points in 8 matches. On the other hand, after this defeat, Stoke City has now moved down to no. 13 in the points table with 8 points in 8 matches. This was the second defeat for Stoke City in the competition.
The Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has said that he decided to drop the Spaniard David de Gea in favour of Anders Lindegaard for the match against Southampton due to the mistake made by the Spaniard in the match against Fulham.
Manchester United managed a very narrow 3-2 win over Fulham at Old Trafford, but they could have easily done the match and lost the initiative in the title race at this early stage in the campaign. Manchester United were coming on the back of a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Everton on the opening day of the season.
Manchester United goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard has said that he is extremely happy to sign for four more years with the Manchester club. The 28-year-old moved to Old Trafford as a backup replacement for the young and upcoming David de Gea.
The Danish goalkeeper Andreas Lindegaard has said that he does not want to be a substitute at Manchester United this season. Despite not being expected to become a first team regular at Manchester United, Andreas Lindegaard forced his way into the first-team action in the middle of the last campaign due to the irregular form of the Spaniard David de Gea.
Germany go into their final group game on Sunday as the only side to boast a 100 per cent record in the competition so far.
They could however still miss out on qualification if they lose, and Portugal beat the Netherlands, though even then goal difference would come into the equation. Opponents Denmark will qualify if they win the game, whilst a draw will be good enough if the Netherlands beat Portugal.
Manchester United goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard, who has been out for quite a while from the Manchester United first-team, made his much anticipated return from injury.
However, he was only part of the reserve team of Manchester United, but still he proved that he is one of the top goalkeepers at the club.
Anders Lindegaard made two penalty saves in the match against Blackpool after a 0-0 draw between the two clubs in normal time. As a result of the penalty shootout victory, Manchester United now progress to the Lancashire senior cup final.
It has been rumoured that Manchester United goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard could miss the rest of the season after suffering a serious setback in his attempts to overcome the ankle injury suffered a few months ago.
Anders Lindegaard successfully overcame the competition from new summer signing David de Gea to establish himself as the first-team regular at Manchester United, but he was unable to nail down the first-team opportunity due to the ankle injury. It has been keeping him out of first-team action for a few months now, but he was expected to be back at the start of April.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed that goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard is all set to be back from his injury layoff to the first-team action soon.
Sir Alex Ferguson has been without his second choice goalkeeper for more than a month ago. However, the Manchester United manager expects Lindegaard to make his appearance in the first team within three weeks. This would come as a major boost to Manchester United in the race for the title.
Anders Lindegaard is all set to return to the Manchester United first team after it was revealed that he is now ready to undergo training.
The 27-year-old goalkeeper has not played for Manchester United for over a month now after suffering an ankle ligament damage. He was initially expected to be out for up to 6 weeks, but he has handed a major boost to Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson after declaring himself fit for the match against Manchester City.
Manchester United reserve goalkeeper Ben Amos has said that he is currently up against the likes of Anders Lindegaard and David de Gea when it comes to securing a first-team spot in the Manchester United team.
Anders Lindegaard was initially signed as the reserve goalkeeper last season, but the poor performances of Spanish goalkeeper David de Gea has meant that Anders Lindegaard has found himself in the first team action more often than not.