Well that was almost embarrassing! I mean the ease with which a certain Serb called Dejan breached our almost first choice defence at will will have given Sir Alex something new to include in our preparations for next season. Granted, FC Seoul are in the middle of their season and leading their league but you have to give that first half to them. A few changes half-way the second half and we were suddenly comfortable enough. I mean United treated us to the frustrating 'foreplay' that Arsenal would have been proud of. Passing the ball up to the six-yard box but failing to get the final shot away. Scholes in particular could have played in Michael Owen to score but opted to smash the ball against the post. I mean for whatever reason Scholes would want to shoot that hard four yards from goal when picking your spot is the ideal option...we'll never know.

Anyhow, goals from Wayne Rooney, Federico Macheda and at last Dimitar Berbatov won us what should be our most difficult match of the Asia tour. I thought Kiko took his goal well and if he can keep himself level-headed and take advantage of whatever chance he gets to play in the team, he'll succeed in the first team. Fergie certainly does think he can be our fourth striker.

Club Captain Gary Neville picked up a new injury and has been sent home. It's unfortunate for him because the competition we have for the right-back position is quite a lot.
United's third and final stop in the Far East will be in China against Greentown---tomorrow lunchtime. That should be easy! But I'd like to see United basing their attacks more on the wings as we do have goal-getters in our team. One of the reasons as to why we did so poorly in the first half was because we wanted to penetrate FC Seoul's defence from the middle where they were crowded and yet there was enough space to exploit on the wings. This is the part where I say I can't wait for Antonio to link up with the squad.