Manchester United Close Asia Tour 2013 with Win

Mas Aal - Manchester United close the circuit on the Asian continent tour pramusimnya well. Facing the Hong Kong club, Kitchee FC, The Red Devils won 5-2.

Playing at the Hong Kong Stadium with poor quality grass, Monday (29/07/2013) night local time, United still able to show the game nicely. Duo Danny Welbeck and youngster Will Keane be an option David Moyes on the front lines.

Appear pressed, United managed to break the deadlock in the 14th minute. As bait away Michael Carrick, received a perfect ball by Ashley Young on the side of the goal, and then release the left-footed shot hit the post still.

However, the goal Kitchee had not fully secure. The reason is, it leads to rebound the ball Wellbeck which easily struck the ball into the goal. Score 1-0 for United.

Scored one goal, United's more incentive to apply pressure. Five minutes later, United's supporters in the stadium cheered a goal back Chris Smalling. Tom Cleverley's cross into the penalty box, greeted Smalling's header in front of goal and was dammed goalkeeper Kitchee.

Two-goal lead, United's increasingly shows its dominance by scoring the third goal, three minutes later or 22 minutes. Wilfried Zaha became its creators after feedback into the penalty area was converted into a goal by Fabio da Silva who do overlap. Score 3-0 to United last until halftime.

Four-minute second-half run, United again add to the coffers of his goal. Alexander Buttner sending sweet bait Adnan Januzaj greeted header to put United ahead 4-0.

Left behind four goals, Kitchee actually getting hot and able to provide resistance. 52nd minute, striker and captain of the team, Lam Ka Wai Kitchee broke the deadlock.

Accelerated in the United penalty box, Lam then release the hard left-footed shot that lodged in the corner of the goal Ben Amos. 1-4 Kitchee dropping.

United continued to control the game and create some good opportunities through Zaha, Cleverley and Wellbeck. However, so far the chances they created not produced results.

While the occasional Kitchee pressure, even managed to cut desifit tally to two (2-4). The second goal was created Kitchee Alex Tayo Akande directional kick left foot after outwit United defender in the penalty box in the 65th minute.

Score 2-4 to make the game more interesting. United's back eager to distance goal difference, while Kitchee started confidently serve children attacking game the Red Devils.

79th minute, United managed to add to his tally. Young English midfielder, Jesse Lingard again prove his quality. Terarahnya right foot shot from outside the box forcing Kitchee keeper could only watch as the ball came rushing into the corner of the net.

Winning 5-1, Moyes is still not satisfied. Sir Alex Ferguson's successor insert striker, Robin van Persie in the last 10 minutes. However, the inclusion of RVP who is recovering from an injury, not much have a significant impact.

United failed to add to his tally in the remaining time. While Kitchee successfully created a number of dangerous chances, but failed fruitful goal. Final score 5-2 to United's victory.

Despite win, but United's general performance has not been satisfactory. Of five preseason games that they played in Asia and Australia, the Premier League champions last season was just picking up two wins and two defeats (of Singha Thailand All Stars and Yokohama F Marinos).

After this, United will resume pramusimnya tour to Europe, specifically to Sweden. Robin van Persie et al will deal with AIK Football, (6/8) and the last diving with a testimonial match against Sevilla Rio Ferdinand at Old Trafford, August 9, 2013.

New United will play official matches on August 11, with the winner facing the FA Cup, Wigan Athletic in the Community Shield. It was only on August 17 launch struggle in the Premier League stage with a face host Swansea City in the opening match.

Asia United in the preseason results:
Vs All Stars Singha (Thailand) 0-1
Vs A-League All Stars (Australia) 5-1
Vs Yokohama F Marinos (Japan) 2-3
Vs Cerezo Osaka (Japan) 2-2
Vs. Kitchee FC (Hong Kong) 5-2