Robin Van Persie is an incredible player that displayed an exquisite game this season since he came from Arsenal last year.
In his 2011/2012 season with Arsenal he scored an incredible amount of 35 goals and earned the Player of the Season Award at the Emirates.
He then moved to the Old Trafford for £24 million after telling Arsenal he wouldn’t be renewing his contract. Sir Alex Ferguson pulled out all the stops to prise the Dutchman away from rival Manchester City.
His season began brilliantly when he scored a hat trick against Southampton in Manchester United’s 3-2 victory. But this was only the beginning, RVP shone in the Premier League with a total of 26 goals in 35 starts despite going on a nine game goal drought. He also scored three goals in the UEFA Champions League and one in the FA Cup.
His ability to adapt to Manchester United was quite remarkable taking into account the time that players usually take to start scoring goals or having brilliant performances in their new teams.
Van Persie took only five days to score his first goal against Fulham and one week later he would accomplish his first hat trick for the Red Devils and will finally score the third goal for his team’s 20th league title against Aston Villa.
Van Persie has displayed an impressive shot and adept finishing, which has been the difference between United and rivals City.
There is no doubt that Van Persie will be great support for David Moyes for next year and certainly will help United retain their league title.
With great players such as Wayne Rooney, Shinji Kagawa, Michael Carrick and Antonio Valencia, Van Persie will certainly have an impressive and striking season with one of the best teams of the world and will soon make it in to the club’s hall of fame.
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