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Thursday, 22 September 2011

Michael Owen


Michael Owen insists he still has a sharp finish that can be offered to Manchester United after helping the team to maintain unbeaten record by scoring two goals in 3-0 win over Leeds in the third round, League Cup on Tuesday. The role of Owen appears to be restricted to the Old Trafford, but the former Liverpool and Real Madrid striker proved he was still valued as a key to the team with a clog of two goals in the first game this season to help the victory at Elland Road on Saturday.

The 31-year-old striker played more submissive to the game, but admits it is a contest and are delighted with the contribution of each time the opportunity comes.
"There is pressure," he said. "You are not a lot of opportunity and then when you are given the opportunity, it will be several months before you can see the field again if you fail to play well. "You have to prove to yourself and others you can play better but we play in game faster and more intense this season. " Owen, one of the 11 changes made ​​to Sir Alex Ferguson in a match against Leeds, clearly pleased with the role and example given to the club's young players, mostly playing at Elland Road.


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