Posted by sean on October 24, 2004 at 8:56 pm in Football with No Comments

So Arsenal’s fabulous unbeaten run has come to an end after 49 games. They lost 2-0 in a disappointing performance to Manchester United which saw Ruud Van Horseface score a penalty and Wayne Rooney (who I only like playing for England) score a late goal to slam the final nail in the coffin.

It was a very scrappy game, often violent at times. It looked like the football games you see from the 1970’s. It makes you wonder if it had been played any place but Old Trafford a few red cards would have been shown. Still, I’m not complaining, I got to see Cristiano “Fake” Ronaldo being shoved to the ground which is always funny.

I’m not an Arsenal fan by any means, but in the past they have played some brilliant football, which as a neutral has been great to watch, this also stops teams I hate like Man United winning the league! Hopefully they can pick themselves up and stop the Old Trafford Scummers winning the title!

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