So much for the 1-0 results. Manchester United finally found a way to net more than one goal in a game, scoring four to thrash Wigan, 4-0, and move into first place in the English Premier League. The hold on first place may not last long, not with Arsenal holding two games in hand with a trip to Sunderland scheduled for Sunday. Carlos Tevez looked as dangerous as ever, with his partnership alongside Wayne Rooney beginning to flourish. They, along with Cristiano Ronaldo, who scored twice today, could give the injury-hit squad the boost it needs to keep pace with Arsenal. What do you think of Manchester United’s performance today? Share your thoughts below.
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