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European Champions League

Real Sociedad 0 - Manchester United 0

Real: Claudio Bravo; Carlos Martínez, Mikel González, Iñigo Martínez, De la Bella; Rubén Pardo (Xabi Prieto 71'), Bergara, Zurutuza; Carlos Vela, Agirretxe (Chory Castro 62'), Griezmann (Seferovic 79'). 4-3-3.
Man Utd: De Gea; Smalling, Ferdinand, Vidic, Evra; Fellaini, Giggs; Valencia, Rooney (Young 62'), Kagawa (Jones 90'); Chicharito Hernández (Van Persie 62'). 4-2-3-1.

Goals: None.

Real Sociedad kept their slim hopes of survival alive with a 0-0 draw at home to Manchester United, although they now have to win their next two games and hope that the Premier League side do the same for them to qualify for the next round. The Basque side had yet to pick up their first point in the competition, and they were overawed at first by their prestigious opponents, Carlos Martínez deflecting a shot by Kagawa just wide of the post, and Iñigo Martínez clearing ahead of Chicharito Hernández. Agirretxe slipped when presented with a good chance though, and De la Bella and Rubén Pardo fired shots wide either side of half time. Chicharito missed a good chance from Kagawa's assist soon after the restart, and Moyes decided to bring on Van Persie and Ashley Young with an hour or so gone. And the Dutch striker hit the post twice in the next ten minutes, the first from Young's cross and the second from the penalty spot after Young fell theatrically under a challenge from Bergara. Carlos Vela almost deflected a Xabi Prieto shot past De Gea at the other end, and after Fellaini got himself sent off for a second bookable offence, Seferovic and Chory Castro tried their luck, but in the end a point was the best they could get.