Yes...Man Utd's 3rd team put away Crawley, but were not very convincing.
Mind you, Crawley are not your run of the mill non league side, as financially they are better off than most current Division 1 or Division 2 sides. Unfortunately, money talks in modern day football, so it will not be long before Crawley climb up the football ladder to the top. Football was in a much more healthy and entertaining position in the 1960s and 1970s when "real" footballers played the game for reasonable money, rather than the gigantic sums that are paid today to veritable plonkers.
As for Wayne "Shrek" Rooney coming on in the 2nd half...you might as well have my granny on. That "bicycle kick" goal of his, by the way, was a sheer fluke if you saw it in slow motion. The ball was struck by his shin pad, not his boot, similar to one that I remember England get in the recent World Cup in S. Africa.
I cringe when I think of the dosh that Man Utd pay out in wages each week to that donkey. But, he crossed Alex Ferguson in recent months, there was talk that he almost left and just you wait and see, he will be gone (thank goodness) when the Premier League season is over.
Rooney’s current wage deal is thought to be worth in the region of £160,000 per week in basic salary but could top £200,000 once incentives are worked in. All parties in the deal are prevented from speaking publicly about the details of the deal by a confidentiality agreement, but it is widely thought that there is a "break" deal written int his contract, although Man Utd deny it (they would...wouldn't they).
Basicly, Shrek can leave for as little as £30 million if certain targets are not met on a year-by-year basis.
Imagine....£160,000 per week for that asshole!!!
What would George Best, Pele, Puskas, Di Stefano, Stanley Mathews have been worth if they were about today? Those guys could play...that twat Rooney is all strength, put the head down and run and has absolutely no technical skills to match those I just mentioned.