Manchester United endured an awful first half away to Norwich, in the absence of the likes of Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie, leaving reds to fear our run of good results was about to come to an end.
However, David Moyes’ decision to bring on Danny Welbeck at half-time turned the game around. There was the obvious match-winning goal, but just the change of tempo that came with having two strikers on the pitch and Welbeck’s unrivalled work ethic.
The manager has hailed the difference our young striker made.
“I thought Danny Welbeck came on and made a massive difference for us. He gave us something slightly different. I have got to say it was all about Danny’s performance for me.”
Read what Scott wrote about Danny for The Metro.
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