Group stages: Sporting Lisbon Lisbon 0 United 1

 

 

Cristiano Ronaldo scores the only goal of the game, a header against his former club.

Group stages: United 1 Roma 0

Rooney scores with 20 minutes to go after we were promised revenge following the 7-1 thrashing at Old Trafford

Group stages: Dynamo Kiev 2 United 4

Rio opens the scoring for United on ten minutes, Rooney making it 2-0 seven minutes later. Ronaldo scored the other 2.

Group stages: United 4 Dynamo Kiev 0 

 

Carlos Tevez scores his first Champions League goal after a Gerard Pique header takes the lead. Rooney and Ronaldo wrap up the points.

Group stages: United 2 Sporting Lisbon 1

Sporting take the lead before a Tevez equaliser and a brilliant Ronaldo freekick rack up another 3 points. United have confirmed their top spot in the group with a game to go.

Group stages: Roma 1 United 1

Wayne Rooney captains United in Rome with Pique scoring his second goal of the competition.

Round of 16: Lyon 1 United 1 

Carlos Tevez bags an away goal for United 3 minutes from time

Round of 16: United 1 Lyon 0

Ronaldo scores the winner in the first half

Quarter finals: Roma 0 United 2

Rooney and Ronaldo scored United’s goals in a game where Vidic was worrying subbed through injury in the first half

Quarter finals: United 1 Roma 0

Carlos Tevez scores the only goal of the game after Roma missed a first half penalty. Rooney and Ronaldo start on the bench, Eric Cantona was in the stands, and Gary Neville made his first appearance in over a year.

Semi finals: Barcelona 0 United 0

Ronaldo misses a penalty 2 minutes in to the match. Could have been costly.

Semi-finals: United 1 Barcelona 0

Paul Scholes scores a stunning first half goal to put us in the final




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