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Manchester United's crossing failures v Fulham

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David Moyes and Manchester United were left dejected and a little hard done-by after a cruel 94th minute equaliser from Darren Bent earned Fulham a point at Old Trafford at the weekend.

During the game, the Red Devils made a record number of crosses - 81 of them in total.

In this video, we have a compilation of all of Manchester United's crosses, with the vast majority ending in disappointment.

Moyes' tactics were clear and the stats from the game show that United were the dominant force - but they ultimately paid the price for not putting the game to bed and earning themselves a comfortable lead.

Of course, take nothing away from Fulham: they defended very well and 'keeper Stekelenburg played a blinder. Check out their stout defence in the video above...

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