RVP matter of luck in his First Goal, Fitness, and Momentum MU
Agen Judi Casino – Through a pair of goal Robin van Persie appeared to be a star Manchester United’s victory over Southampton. Calling one of the fortunate goal, he also hopes to continue a series of positive MU which is currently being undertaken.
The Red Devils return from a visit to St. Mary’s, Tuesday (09/12/2014) pm dawn, with a 2-1 victory. Both Manchester United’s winning goal was made by Van Persie, respectively in the 12th minute and the 71st.
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For the first goal, Van Persie maximize the error back pass from Jose Fonte. Van Persie had the ball that the pace is too slow, led him to dealing one on one with Frasier Forster, before ending with a flick telling.
“The first goal there was a bit of gambling, nine times out of 10 it does not work and you should still make the score. At that time I was a little lucky, the ball past the keeper‘s legs but you also seek fortune in situations like that,” said Van Persie at the BBC.
On the second goal, Van Persie who are successful at the far post to meet the ball free kick Wayne Rooney. It became the third goal Van Persie of his last three games with Manchester United are currently entrenched in the top three Premier League standings after a record five consecutive wins.
“I feel comfortable, in the context of fitness I feel comfortable during the last two weeks. Tonight I could play until the final minute. That’s what I want and then goals, assists, and victory will come.
“We are pleased to now being headed up so we have to continue this momentum,” said the Dutch international striker who is also familiarly called by its initials, RVP, is.
With the addition of two goals against Southampton in this fight, the BBC stated that Van Persie became the 10th player who has collected 140 goals in the Premier League, after Alan Shearer (260), Andrew Cole (187), Wayne Rooney (178), Thierry Henry (175), Frank Lampard (174), Robbie Fowler (162), Michael Owen (150), Les Ferdinand (149), and Teddy Sheringham (147).