Flying Robin hits the title jackpot

Robin Van Persie


The little Robin is flying once again 🙂 , as Robin Van Persie helped Manchester United secure their 20th title in football, as he struck not once, but three times to claim a 3-0 win over Aston Villa at Old Trafford some minutes earlier, ensuring that whatever happens in the remaining 4 games, United are well and truly the champions of this season in the Premier League. The gates of hell were opened for Villa from the first minute, as Rafael’s looped cross was collected by Giggs on the far post, and his pass across goal was easily met by RvP to open the score. United kept the pressure on, and RvP showed his class again as Rooney found him with a very brilliant opening from the half way line, and RvP volleyed the ball in from outside the box to double the lead. United looked very much comfortable, and RvP nailed Villa’s coffin on the 33rd minute, as yet again Giggs set him up in the box, and he toyed with Villa’s defense before unleashing a clinical finish off the post to complete his hat-trick, and go one ahead of the “mad-biter” Suarez 😆

The second half however was not that eventful, as United calmed down the tempo, and Kagawa even managed to sky a shot when being one-on-one with the keeper, but fortunately the result was already secured, and the miss did not matter much. Even if United lose their remaining 4 games now, they will not regret anything, and am sure SAF will now give the younger lads like Cleverley, Buttner and others a run in these games, unless he wants to set the record of most wins in a season, where he will need to win all 4, including games against Arsenal and Chelsea. But speculations about Rooney’s departure just rose to a higher level, as he was subbed with around 20 minutes left to play, the only substitution for United, which looked more like a little punishment from SAF, as earlier he had lost the ball near the box which could have led to a goal, till De Gea repelled the danger.


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