Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Late on Giggs wrapped up the points when he pounced on Eric Djemba-Djemba's pass, got in front of Gareth Southgate, before poking the ball past Schwarzer. For their next game, United hosted Chelsea. Liverpool drew level soon after the break when Steve Finnan's header was inadvertently turned in by fellow Irishman John O'Shea. It was Pompey's second successive Premier League victory over United at Fratton Park - but it looked unlikely in the early stages. Scholes' penalty miss meant that Arsenal lifted the FA Cup, and also meant that United finished the 2004–05 season trophyless, the first time they had done so since 2001–02. Alex Ferguson's men ended the game in shame as Gary Neville and Paul Scholes were sent off after the break. Manchester United signed Alan Smith from Leeds United and Gabriel Heinze from psg at the end of 2003-04- season for the 2004-05 season United laboured to break down a stubborn Southampton defence in a goalless first half. Source: Städtisches Stadion an der Grünwalder Straße, Estadio Municipal de La Línea de la Concepción, 2016–17 UEFA Champions League group stage § Group F, 2016–17 UEFA Champions League knockout phase, explosions close to the Borussia Dortmund team bus, "Pokalduell zwischen Lotte und BVB abgesagt", "Viertelfinale Lotte gegen BVB am 14. Their Champions League campaign ended in the first knockout round at Milan, while they were eliminated from the League Cup by Chelsea in the semi-finals. On 20 April, United travelled to Goodison Park to face Everton. Rooney and Mikaël Silvestre, who had a header cleared off the line by Morten Gamst Pedersen, also brought fine saves from Blackburn keeper Brad Friedel. In the fifth round, Manchester United were paired with fellow FA Premier League side Everton. +-0. Dean Ashton headed Norwich ahead from David Bentley's free-kick and crossed for Leon McKenzie to volley home. United lost 3–1. Wayne Rooney then finished emphatically from Ryan Giggs' pass before Cristiano Ronaldo volleyed the third. But Paul Scholes ended the resistance by heading home from close range early in the second half. After returning to England, United played in the Vodafone Cup at Old Trafford, a four-team tournament featuring PSV, Boca Juniors and Urawa Red Diamonds. United played a home tie with fellow FA Premier League club and rivals Arsenal in the fifth round. Chris Sutton gave Celtic an early lead with a penalty after Jonathan Spector fouled Stiliyan Petrov. The game ended 0–0. The game was played on 10 May 2005, and United lost 3–1. United travelled to St James' Park to face Newcastle United in their next FA Premier League game. But Van Nistelrooy scored from the spot after Shay Given fouled Paul Scholes and then Rooney slotted home from close range to seal victory. United went up to 5th with this win. In the end, United were drawn with Lyon, Sparta Prague and Fenerbahçe. The second leg ended as a 2–1 defeat for United, knocking the Reds out of the League Cup. Palace keeper Gábor Király saved well from Van Nistelrooy either side of the interval, and the Dutchman also wasted two great chances late on. Manchester United ended 2004 with a 1–0 away win over Aston Villa on 28 December. United won 4–2. Vassilis Lakis was sent off for two bookable offences after 63 minutes, but a lacklustre United failed to carve out a winner at Selhurst Park. Luke Chadwick was released six days later, while Diego Forlán left United for Villarreal after two unhappy years at Old Trafford. [5], United were top of the group going into their final match at Fenerbahçe, but with qualification assured, Ferguson chose to play a second-string team, with centre-back Gerard Piqué making his European debut off the bench in the second half. The season finished trophyless (only their fourth trophyless season in 17 seasons) for United, who finished third in the Premier League with 77 points. On 30 June, United released Northern Irish goalkeeper Roy Carroll, Welsh forward Daniel Nardiello, Spanish goalkeeper Ricardo, Republic of Ireland defender Paul Tierney and Gambian striker Arthur Gómez. Elle montre toutes les informations personnelles telles que l’âge, la nationalité, les détails de contrats et la valeur actuelle. 23, Âge moyen: Alan Smith scored the winner in the 49th minute on his home debut for the Red Devils with a volley that added to David Bellion's close-range finish in the 32nd minute that was set up by Smith. United travelled to Fratton Park to face Portsmouth in their next game. Talal El Karkouri's mistake allowed Smith to add a third, with a Rooney flick sealing a fine win, while late on Charlton's Chris Perry was sent off. Darren Fletcher slid the ball in after nine minutes when Mark Schwarzer was only able to parry a cross from Ryan Giggs. José Antonio Reyes set up Gilberto Silva to tap home the opening goal for the Gunners. Saints had started so well, a Graeme Le Saux corner bundled in via the thigh of Manchester United defender John O'Shea. 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United hit the post three times in the match. Villa pressed after the break and Gareth Barry came close, but Alan Smith hit the bar in the final minute. United hosted West Bromwich Albion in their next game, played on 7 May 2005. The match, played on 24 October 2004, is known as the Battle of the Buffet, and it ended Arsenal 49-match unbeaten run. The first leg in Romania took place on 11 August 2004, with the second leg at Old Trafford being played a fortnight later. Manchester United opened their Premier League campaign with an away game against Chelsea on 15 August 2004. United's first group game was away to Lyon, played on 15 September. But Liam Miller converted David Bellion's pass, Stephen Foster put the ball into his own net and United easily held on to ease into the next round. United won 2–1, through goals from Mads Timm and Kenny Cooper. United won 2–1, ending Southampton's 27-year stay in the top-flight. Watch Queue Queue But United were lucky not to concede a penalty when Mikaël Silvestre blatantly used his arm to clear the ball from a lurking Duncan Ferguson. Manchester United played their first pre-season fixture of the 2004–05 season away to Cobh Ramblers. This will be the 44th season for the club in the Westfalenstadion, located in Dortmund, Germany. Substitute David Bellion took advantage of slack defending to seal a multi-million cash jackpot for United. 1, Stade: Manchester United : retrouvez toutes les informations sur le club, le calendrier, les résultats, le palmarès, les statistiques mais aussi l'effectif. As winners of the 2003–04 FA Cup, Manchester United played in the 2004 FA Community Shield against Arsenal. It was harsh on Alex Ferguson's depleted side, who enjoyed the majority of possession but could not cash in. Arsenal's best chance saw Tim Howard beat out Jermaine Pennant's free-kick. It was a shock 2–0 win for Pompey. United's Alan Smith was sent off for a second bookable offence. The win pushed United up to 2nd in the FA Premier League table, their highest position in the 2004–05 season so far. United got their first win of the season with a 2–1 win against Norwich City at Old Trafford. The second leg was a more emphatic win for United, winning 3–0. Ryan Giggs put United ahead with a free-kick after 20 minutes, fired past injured keeper Russell Hoult. 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Cristiano Ronaldo took advantage of good work by Wayne Rooney to score the second in first-half injury time, and Paul Scholes added a third from 12 yards in the 47th minute, then headed home four minutes from time. Ruud van Nistelrooy's penalty three minutes before the interval ensured the Red Devils won consecutive FA Premier League matches for the first time in the 2004–05 season, went up to fifth in the table, and ended Spurs' unbeaten run. United won 4–0. Giggs had already forced a great save from Thomas Sørensen before his goal, although at the other end, Lee Hendrie and Liam Ridgewell saw shots saved. After a 0–0 draw, the match went to penalties, with Bayern prevailing 4–2 in the shoot-out. Crewe had chances of their own, with Dean Ashton and Steve Jones testing United goalkeeper Tim Howard. However Richardson enjoyed an element of luck, Palace keeper Julián Speroni letting the shot bounce under his body. For the replay, played on 19 January, United travelled to the south coast to face Exeter in the replay. United threatened after the break, with substitute Paul Scholes firing only inches wide deep into injury time. He side-footed straight at goalkeeper Maik Taylor from only six yards as he raced on to Quinton Fortune's cross. Shola Ameobi steered in an effort for Newcastle but Cristiano Ronaldo's shot ended their faint hopes of a comeback. The first leg took place at Stamford Bridge on 12 January 2005, while the second leg at Old Trafford was played two weeks later.