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Man United skipper Wayne Rooney: What I really think of drawing Man City in the cup

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Thursday, 22 September 2016 ()

Man United skipper Wayne Rooney: What I really think of drawing Man City in the cupWAYNE ROONEY believes drawing Manchester City in the EFL Cup is the 'perfect' draw for United.
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Manchester United demolish English champions Leicester City 4-1 as Mourinho leaves traditional club captain Wayne Rooney on the bench, insisting later their performance was not due to his absence.

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