Alex Ferguson took a massive gamble by dropping Welsh wonderboy Ryan Giggs and still saw his champions win. And Lee Sharpe’s 53rd-minute clincher was a real classic. Everton should have punished United in the 13th minute.
Stuart Barlow robbed Roy Keane, but he shot straight against Peter Schmeichel’s legs. And the dependable Gary Pallister charged down Tony Cottee’s follow-up. Sharpe finally cracked the stalemate with a blistering 53rdminute left-foot volley.
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