This is a news post and as such I will not go into it as much as I will tomorrow but if I were to guess, I´d say we had one shot on target in the second half and when you are playing against ten men, that isn´t good enough.
However, I thought we would draw tonight and put a tenner on it at 12/5 and if it were offered to us at the start of the night, I think we would have all taken it, so on that note, I suppose we must be happy.
A lobbed header from King Carlos from 15 yards put us into the lead but an own goal from James Collins a few minutes later made it 1-1. I have to say also, that the own goal had nothing to do with Collins - he was just in the wrong place at the wrong time. Just in case anyone thinks it was a mistake by the player.
But to the turning point of the game; Manchester United were reduced to ten men after about half an hour and while most would have then expected us to do something, we didn´t.
For most of the second half we looked like the team with ten men. We were rarely in their final third and we were often defending. I know some will disagree, but I think it just goes to show that we are not very capable at attacking teams. I don´t think we work on how to do it, I really don´t.
Anyway, we will look at the stats tomorrow and there is some good news; Nani, who was sent off for a two footed lunge on Petrov will now miss the League Cup Final.
I am off to have a beer but I should say, once again, it was a point we would have all taken at the start of the game, so I suppose, we should be happy with the result, if not the performance.
Oh and before I go, Spurs lost to Wolves and it looks like Arsenal are going to beat Liverpool so we are still 7th with a game in hand and two points off fourth.
Brad Friedel, King Carlos, Jimmy Collins, Ricardo Dunne, Luke Young, Stan Petrov, Webcam Young, James Milner, Fabian Delph, Stewart Downing and Gabby Agbonlahor.
Subs: Guzan, Sidwell, Carew, Delfouneso, Davies, Salifou, Beye.