Ferguson on 'strange' win over Arsenal

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson says the 2-1 victory against Arsenal was a "strange game", that "failed to live up to its billing".

Robin van Persie and Patrice Evra made the game safe for United before Arsenal - reduced to 10 men after Jack Wilshere's second yellow card - scored a late consolation at Old Trafford.

Ferguson jokes that he may have to take the side's penalties himself after Wayne Rooney missed a first-half spot kick, his seventh failure from the spot in 20 Premier League attempts.

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