Date: 2nd March 2013 at 5:45pm
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Shinji Kagawa silenced any critics he may have had today with a hat-trick against Norwich at Old Trafford that moved United 15 points clear at the top of the table.

The former Dortmund man deserved his goals as he showed any doubter just why Sir Alex signed him in the Summer and gave the Reds the perfect result before Real Madrid visit on Tuesday.

Wayne Rooney grabbed United’s fourth with a cracker as the title race may not be quite over just yet but it’s in danger of becoming a procession if the Reds current form continues.

City face Aston Villa on Monday and you have to wonder whether even the most optimistic of Roberto Mancini’s men really believes this is anything other than United’s year.

Naturally Tuesday will be a far greater test but nothing will give United confidence like demolishing a side and moving so far clear at the top.

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2 responses to “[Video] Kagawa Hat Trick As United Hammer Norwich”

  1. John says:

    Kagawa needed a game like that to boost his confidence. The boys potential is sky high and he can develop into one of Europe’s top players in the next couple of years. He is only 23 and will become physically stronger over the next 12 months. I think he is one of the most intelligent footballers we have had at the club.

    Kagawa is a goalscorer and his previous stats prove this point. He can regularly get 10-15 goals a season, and a strong finish could still see him get 10 goals this season now. Kagawa will also be the creative hub and provide plenty of assists, like Mesut Ozil does for Real Madrid.

    A hat-trick today answered his critics, but also ensured his place in the starting line up for Real Madrid. We need to win the game to go through and Kagawa now has the hunger for goals.

    ……………De Gea…………




    ………….Van Persie……….

  2. Rooney’s assists to Kagawa and his own superb goal show how he has developed into a real team player.
    He does the same for R V-P, Wellbeck and Cleverley and with that sort of skill and selflessness it shows that he has faith in his team mates to not let him down when he passes rather than having a shot himself.
    That combination in a team is rare and when it occurs great things are possible !