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Manchester United are rock solid, as usual.
Somehow, Sir Alex Ferguson's side, no matter how talented, always manages to pull off a win, whether it's a 1-0 tough one, or an 8-2 trouncing.
The climax of the season was on August 30th, as every fan knows, when they did undescribable things to Arsenal, winning 8-2. However, in October, the low point of the season so far came, as Manchester City brutally exposed their weaknesses in a 6-1 win for the "noisy neighbors."
Wayne Rooney started off the season extremely well, establishing himself as the leader of the Premier League Golden Boot race within the first few games.
Since then, however, the Englishman, who is the key player in United's offense, has slowed down, and isn't scoring as much.
Their attack, which possesses great players like Rooney, Javier Hernandez, Luis Nani, Ashley Young and Danny Welbeck and their defense—Nemanja Vidic, Rio Ferdinand, Chris Smalling, and Patrice Evra—were so good that their midfield looked worse than it actually was.
Now, however, they look much better, as players like Anderson, Michael Carrick, Darren Fletcher and Park Ji-Sung are improving greatly.
The Red Devils will have no trouble finishing in the top three, and the top two finish is probable, but can they win the Premier League yet again?