Manchester United vs. Sunderland: 5 Lessons on Ferguson's 25th Anniversary

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Manchester United vs. Sunderland: 5 Lessons on Ferguson's 25th Anniversary
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On the anniversary of Alex Ferguson's 25th year at the helm of Manchester United, his team picked up a 1-0 over Sunderland to go back into second place and keep the pressure up on leaders Manchester City.

A Wes Brown own goal was enough to settle the game in first half injury time but it was an unconvincing performance by the Red Devils who will be glad that Sunderland turned up ready to play equally bad and more than offer their fair share of sloppiness and fear to a dull game bereft of quality attacking football.

Ferguson will have seen most things in his time in football by now. Here are five things the rest of us might have learned from United's latest 1-0 win.

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