by GIANFRANCO PANIZO
For the first time in nearly four years Manchester United lost back-to-back games in the English Premier League.
Following their abysmal 4-1 defeat at home to Liverpool last week, Manchester United dropped three more crucial points to Fulham on Saturday, in a game that saw Paul Scholes and Wayne Rooney given red cards. Goals from Danny Murphy and substitute Zoltan Gera paved the way for the Cottagers' 2-0 victory, making it the first time since April 2005 that Manchester United has lost consecutive games in the Premiership.
The loss, which was United's fourth of the season, keeps the reigning EPL champions at 65 points in the standings, just four ahead of Chelsea and Liverpool. And while Chelsea lost to Tottenham on Saturday afternoon, the Reds could cut that lead down to one point if they defeat Aston Villa at Anfield on Sunday.
What do you think of Manchester United's loss? Are you a worried Red Devils fan? Think Liverpool has what it takes to take first place? Think Rooney is going to get it on Special 1 TV?
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