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#mustread #PremierLeagueStories on Dec 13 1992 – #ManchesterUnitedFC beat #NorwichCityFC in a huge top of the table clash

Match Day

In this blog series – “What Happened Today”, we are going to revive some of the moments from past which will revive moments of the golden history of the league.

  • Manchester United beat Norwich in a huge match at the top of the table

  • Queens Park Rangers lose to Crystal Palace in a dramatic London derby

  • Aston Villa secure all three points in a controversial encounter against Nottingham Forest

 

Manchester United beat Norwich in a huge match at the top of the table

Manchester United 1 Norwich 0

With Eric Cantona making his full debut, Manchester United claimed their most important win of the season, cutting Norwich’s lead at the top to five points. Mark Hughes scored his fourth goal in four games as United continued their impressive run to climb to the second spot in the league and suddenly we’re looking like a real dark horse in a title race where Norwich, Blackburn Rovers, and Arsenal were considered to be the front runners.

Queens Park Rangers lose to Crystal Palace in a dramatic London derby

Queens Park Rangers 1 Crystal Palace 3

Irish international Eddie McGoldrick spearheaded a Crystal palace revival to give the premier division strugglers a hard-earned win over QPR at Loftus Road. Mcgoldrick scored twice, as the lowly Eagles came from behind to beat Rangers 3-1 and register only their second away win of the season.

Aston Villa secure all three points in a controversial encounter against Nottingham Forest

Aston Villa 2 Nottingham Forest 1

Ex-Manchester United player and Aston Villa star Paul Mcgrath sent his team in the top three in the table. In a controversial match, Mcgrath scored the vital goal in the 47th minute which proved to be the difference. But controversy irrupted in the 81st minute when he brought Roy Keane down just outside the penalty area but the referee refused to give a free-kick. Roy Keane chased the referee and Nigel Clough made his feelings clear post the final whistle.

 

Other Results that game week:

Ipswich Town                3    Manchester City             1
 
Leeds United                3    Sheffield Wednesday         1
  
Sheffield United            1    Everton                     0
 
Southampton                 2    Coventry City               2
               
Tottenham Hotspur           1    Arsenal                     0
  
Wimbledon                   5    Oldham Athletic             2

 

 

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