man utd vs galatasaray 1993 score
Cantona's verdict was simple. This allegedly happened in 1994, but no video and scant evidence of the incident exist. The bus was bricked on the way back to the hotel; one shattered a window where Bruce had been resting his head. There have also been strong rumours that United's chief scout Les Kershaw – echoing Howard Wilkinson's infamous scouting report from Italia 90 – said that Galatasaray were nothing to worry about. Merse: Partey 'number one signing of summer', 'A desperate position' - Nev's damning Man Utd verdict. On the plane home, Schmeichel bollocked a load of journalists for unnecessarily scaring his family. 13'), Éric Cantona (81') Venue: Old Trafford, Manchester (39,396) Referee: Peter Mikkelsen Line up: Sir Alex Ferguson's quest to win the European Cup with Manchester United was the sort of epic tale that usually takes a lot more than six years. All rights reserved. Ole's 100 games at Man Utd: A success or failure? The horror movie of 1993 became a vital part of United's European education. United players smiled their way through it, albeit a little nervously. Galatasaray 0-0-03/11/1993. "That would have just about summed it up.". Old Trafford, Manchester. The win will give Jose Mourinho's side plenty of confidence ahead of next weekend's FA Community Shield game against Premier League champions Leicester City at Wembley. (sic) was the most famous of many banners. When United arrived at their beautiful hotel, Pallister trailed in last, doing things in his own time as usual. "They pulled every stroke in the book." The reality is that Terry Christian could have refereed the game and Galatasaray would probably still have gone through. Lee Sharpe had a goal disallowed but the best opportunity went to Gala, with Schmeichel making a remarkable save from Hakan. Parker was also clouted down a few steps, where Schmeichel broke his fall. "It was a terrifying business which had nothing to do with sport, and can be categorised objectively as an absolute disgrace." That seemed impossible when United took an early 2-0 lead in the first leg at Old Trafford. But they had never seen anything like this. And we want to keep our journalism open and accessible to all. The lively Bruma scored a classy second from the edge of the box (40) to give the Turkish club a half-time lead, but the game was turned on its head after the break. It took the combined efforts of the [assistant] manager, Brian Kidd, and a few of the players to restrain him. The general assumption was that, even with the debilitating foreigner rule that permitted only five overseas and assimilated players, they could challenge Milan, Barcelona and Monaco for the trophy. First it assaulted the English ears. "It was depressing to see how completely frustrated our fellas were when Galatasaray man-marked everybody." Wayne Rooney's clever flicked finish (55) levelled the affair, and it was Rooney finding the net for a second time three minutes later after Marcus Rashford had won a penalty at the end of a sparkling run. Ref Watch: Were Kane, Salah pen calls correct? And United got better and better as the game went on, with Juan Mata providing the cherry on top with a poked finish at the end of a sublime team move on 74 minutes. Eric Cantona scored a late equaliser, although the second half was as notable for Peter Schmeichel's roughhouse treatment of a Kurdish demonstrator off the pitch. In fact he went back a year later, when United again drew 0-0 in very different circumstances, and will be returning again in November. ", They almost gave a bit more. The silky football on show from United's substitutes in the second half threatened to overshadow the main event, but Ibrahimovic's debut will live long in the memory. "Och, you bet. The day Harry Redknapp brought a fan on to play for West Ham, The forgotten story of … Heleno de Freitas, The forgotten story of ... Ian Rush at Sydney Olympic, The forgotten story of … England under Joe Mercer, The forgotten story of ... the Socceroos in Vietnam, when Ferguson uttered his most famous phrase, echoing Howard Wilkinson's infamous scouting report from Italia 90, though there have been subsequent allegations about this game. "If it had smashed through I'd have been dead," he said. Rashford was one of those introduced, and the youngster's sparkling second-half display will surely have forced him into Mourinho's first-team plans for the start of the season. So they were. Then, in a rather different sense than usual, United took the result on the chin. That start prompted a hubris which, as ever, would beget nemesis. It was a recurring metaphor; after the game, the headline in one paper was "The Turkey mounted the English". vs Galatasaray. United were cruising towards the retention of the Premier League; going into the second leg, they had a staggering 11-point lead after only 13 games. The Guardian is editorially independent. Galatasaray fully deserved to go through. During that trip to Istanbul 19 years ago, Ferguson said United were "exposed … to as much hostility and harassment as I have ever known on a football expedition". Galatasaray. "Galatasaray is a little team but today so were Manchester United. "As I did, a shield smashed into the back of me. He was banned from refereeing for life in 1997 after being found guilty of bribery and, though there have been subsequent allegations about this game, nothing has ever been proven. It was not only the inexperienced who picked up new tricks; the whole club learned about man-to-man marking, the need for central-midfield discipline, not to mention the alien environments they would encounter on their quest to lift the giant trophy. "I was just about to thank the policeman when he punched Eric. Galatasaray were an accomplished side – their spine of Bulent Korkmaz, Tugay and Hakan Sukur was also the spine of the Turkey side that ended 42 years on the periphery of international football by qualifying for Euro 96 – yet far from world-beaters. But, as Rob Hughes wrote in the Times, this was all a "violent smokescreen to a more horrid truth" – that United, and English football, were out of their depth in the European Cup. A fan got right in Paul Parker's face and offered a touch of clarity: "You will die. He had to omit one of Schmeichel, Cantona, Giggs, Denis Irwin, Keane and Hughes. It culminated at the Nou Camp in 1999, when Ferguson uttered his most famous phrase, and pretty much began when United were eliminated by Galatasaray in November 1993. They beat Honved pretty comfortably in the first round, 5-3 on aggregate, and few people expected Galatasaray to give them any problems.


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