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Reserves: Wigan 1 United 0 – Youthful reserves lose to the Latics

Posted by nickogs20 on April 27, 2010


April 26th 2010, 7pm
Robin Park, Wigan

Wigan Man Utd
Wigan Athletic Reserves 1-0 Manchester United Reserves
Kupisz 63

 
After a previously unbeaten 2010, United’s Reserves followed last week’s cup exit at the hands of Manchester City with a second successive defeat, losing 1-0 to Wigan after being forced to play the second half with just ten men.

While the defeat to City came after a disappointingly lacklustre performance, a slightly makeshift United XI acquitted themselves much more respectably at Robin Park and were unfortunate to end up on the losing side after having the better of the game even after Ritchie de Laet’s red card just before half-time. The Belgian defender received his marching orders after an off the ball clash with Latics forward Tomasz Kupisz, who rubbed salt in the wound when scoring what proved to be the winner just after the hour mark, and despite hitting the woodwork twice, the recently crowned champions couldn’t quite find the goal to preserve their long unbeaten league run.

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Full report to come…

 
UNITED
1. Ron-Robert Zieler
2. Michael Keane (12. Charni Ekangamene 76)
3. Joe Dudgeon
4. Corry Evans (c)
5. Ritchie de Laet
6. Oliver Gill
7. Cameron Stewart
8. Rodrigo Possebon
9. Febian Brandy (15. Larnell Cole 90)
10. Oliver Norwood
11. Etzaz Hussain (14. Jesse Lingard 84)

Subs not used
13. Sam Johnstone

Booked: Brandy, Stewart, Ekangamene

Sent Off: de Laet

Ref: P Banks

Wigan: Nicholls; Buxton, Meace, Jukes, Mustoe; Breeze, Morris, Redmond; Crane, Serrano (Willis, 89); Kupisz
Not used: Williams, Chiocchi, Girvan, Amos.

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3 Responses to “Reserves: Wigan 1 United 0 – Youthful reserves lose to the Latics”

  1. Brooks said

    How’d Ekangamene do? Was this his reserve team debut? Only 16 or so isn’t he?

  2. fuego said

    I’m also interested. As far as I know he hadn’t even played for the u18’s before, so I guess it was his debut for the reserves.

  3. […] to Manchester earlier this year after turning 16 and made a surprising late-season appearance in the reserves’ 1-0 defeat at Wigan. He was unable to make much of an impression in a 15-minute cameo that day but will be given every […]

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