first_img 44 Chong Matheson, an A-level student, will be 17 next week but it was United’s own 17-year-old, Mason Greenwood, whose earlier strike appeared to have won the tie. United then drew Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in the next round and the manager said: “If you want to win it you have to beat the best.”Solskjær had retained only Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Andreas Pereira from the West Ham loss. The headline inclusion was Axel Tuanzebe who, at 21, captained United in only a 10th appearance. He was the youngest to do so since a 20-year-old Norman Whiteside in 1985. This was despite Paul Pogba’s first start for close to a month because of injury.Brian Barry-Murphy’s side are 17th in League One, six points above the relegation zone after nine games, yet reached the break on level terms.Of particular interest was how Greenwood would perform in his first game as United’s No 9 – and he impressed. He would have had a first clear chance if Pogba had turned a far-post header to him. Moments later, he was put in along the left by the same player but his control faltered.United seemed to be moving closer to the breakthrough: Greenwood crossed the ball in from the right, yet Pogba’s header was a particularly woeful miss. Possession was largely United’s but they lacked the class and composure to make it count. 39 McTominay Share via Email Corners 4 McNulty 28 Morley Match stats Man Utd 2 Lindelof Read more 14 Rathbone Goal attempts Substitutes Reuse this content 38 Tuanzebe 14 Lingard 7 Dooley Share on Twitter 8 Williams 22 Romero Fouls 17 Fred 12 Lynch 29 Wan Bissaka 37 Garner Read more 40 Henderson 10 Camps 10 2 43 Thomas 15 Andreas Pereira Substitutes (s 46′) Rochdale (s 81′) 35 Bradley 21 James ROC35MNU65% There was then a real scare for the United defence: it could do nothing as Ollie Rathbone – once of United – found Callum Camps and suddenly Wan-Bissaka had to clear off the line.This had the packed away end delirious and the home support wondering what, precisely, their team was doing. Rochdale could start to believe the upset was on.Greenwood was United’s brightest player, as he continued to pop up in and around Robert Sánchez’s goal.The sign of United’s desperate times came on the hour when Solskjær replaced the toothless Tahith Chong for James, whose impact was instant, laying off a pass to Greenwood whose shot forced Sánchez to concede a corner.Then United had the breakthrough and Brandon Williams, on his debut aged 19, was instrumental. He found Pereira, who relayed the ball to Jesse Lingard: Greenwood took over, and it was 1-0. Yet now came the twist as Matheson raced in from the right and buried a finish past Sergio Romero and penalties beckoned.Rathbone finished disappointed but proud. “It was amazing We were expecting to get drummed here. We did really well,” he said. Solskjær added: “You know we’re better in penalty shootouts than in proper games.” He was joking yet some fans may be worried that such a jest is now true of their team.center_img Possession (s 60′) 9 Andrew 53 Williams 41 Matheson 26 Greenwood (s 74′) Carabao Cup fourth-round draw: Chelsea v Man Utd, Liverpool v Arsenal – as it happened Rochdale 35 65 15 3 13 Keohane 16 Rojo Carabao Cup Lineups 13 Grant 6 Pogba ROC MNU 18 Wilbraham Manchester United squeezed through to the Carabao Cup fourth round, 5-3 on penalties, Daniel James confidently dispatching the decisive kick on a night when Rochdale gave Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s men an almighty scare.Yet the result should not mask the latest worrying display, one that followed Saturday’s defeat at West Ham, as they were taken to spot-kicks by a 16-year-old right-back named Luke Matheson. He will long remember his 76th-minute equaliser and sprint to celebrate in front of the Rochdale fans he had sent into ecstasy. 20 Ryan Share on Messenger 23 Man Utd Off target 3 Rochdale 8 Man Utd On target 2 Rochdale 37 Tavares Share on WhatsApp Share on Pinterest 8 Mata 25 Sanchez Manchester United match reports Share on Facebook (s 85′) Oxford United humiliate West Ham in shock Carabao Cup thrashing Share on LinkedIn Topics 3 Norrington-Davies (s 90′) 4 Joneslast_img read more

first_imgBournemouth defender Nathan Ake on Leicester radarby Paul Vegas2 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveLeicester City are seeking a new central defender for the January transfer window.The Foxes could use some of the money generated from the sale of England international Harry Maguire to Manchester United over the summer.The Telegraph says Leicester are expected to reignite their interest in Bournemouth’s Nathan Ake and Burnley’s James Tarkowski in the new year.City made a late run for Tarkowski in the summer window but could not convince Burnley to sell their star defender.Foxes boss Brendan Rodgers is apparently keen to bring in more cover at centre-half to add competition for places, along with Wes Morgan. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

Police Investigating The Death Of A Woman In Oceanside

first_imgPolice Investigating The Death Of A Woman In Oceanside Posted: November 5, 2018 KUSI Newsroom OCEANSIDE (KUSI) – A man was jailed Monday on suspicion of killing his 64-year-old mother after she failed to meet another of her sons in Las Vegas and was found dead inside her Oceanside home, police said.Officers were called at 12:30 p.m. Sunday to Regina Sardina’s residence in the 3900 block of Shenandoah Drive, near Pauline Way, after one of her three sons found her dead of severe upper body trauma, Oceanside police spokesman Tom Bussey said.The son had gone to check on his mother after she failed to meet one of his brothers as planned in Las Vegas, Bussey said.Officers found Sardina’s Mercedes-Benz sedan around 5 p.m. Sunday in the parking lot of a shopping center near the intersection of Plaza Drive and College Boulevard, he said.The suspect, identified as 37-year-old Anthony Sardina, was spotted leaving the area in a taxi cab, Bussey said. The taxi company told police that the suspect was dropped off in Carlsbad, and Carlsbad police arrested him shortly after 6 p.m., the spokesman said.Police have not disclosed a suspected motive for the killing.Sardina was booked into the Vista Detention Facility around 10 p.m. on suspicion of murder and is being held without bail pending arraignment, scheduled for Tuesday afternoon. KUSI Newsroom, center_img November 5, 2018 Updated: 11:46 AM Categories: Local San Diego News Tags: Crime FacebookTwitterlast_img read more