Owen on target in United win
Wayne Rooney had plenty of fire in him as he reacted badly to a penalty area challenge when really he would have been better advised to let the matter rest. Given the humid conditions, it was hardly a surprise Sir Alex Ferguson fielded an entirely different starting line-up to the one he named for the first game between the teams on Saturday. On that occasion, Owen grabbed the late winner to save his side's blushes in a less-than-convincing 3-2 win. This time around, the former Liverpool striker scored the second, showing his usual predatory instincts after the home defence had made a woeful attempt at clearing a Zoran Tosic cross. Another forward with a desire to impress is Macheda, who made such a huge impression when he was introduced to senior ranks last term. There was plenty to be admired about the calm way he finished off a Ryan Giggs cross to open United's account. Owen came close to grabbing his second when he met a low Tosic cross with a near-post flick that cannoned off the inside of a post while in the second half Dimitar Berbatov nodded a free header straight at Mohammed Farizal Marlias.