United manager Sir Alex Ferguson criticized his players for failing to capitalize on the talents Robin Van Persie, so beat Everton with a score of 1-0. Van Persie took to the field for the first time since joining United in the 68th minute, after a goal created by Marouane Fellaini in the second half at Goodison Park Stadium, on Monday morning.

However, the Dutch striker was brought to the United for a fee of 24 million pounds was not able to raise Ferguson's side and had to give up their opening match defeat in the Premier League, for the first time since 2004. Ferguson explained that the decision to put Van Persie on the bench early in the game because players are not playing enough in the pre-season.

Ferguson explained that Van Persie is a great player and every coach will surely be tempted to play him if have a player like him. However, it is reasonable to stoke the player first.

United are not eager for a long time and requires a lot of rescue from the original Spanish goalkeeper David De Gea, to stop Everton win bigger. Midfielder Leon Osman played exceptional hosts to victory, but Ferguson admitted that his team failed to conquer scorer, Fellaini. Meanwhile, Everton manager David Moyes, who appreciated his team managed to win but refused to carried away after Everton had won the first match for the first time since 2007.

Curiosity surrounding the game before joining Van Persie to United, and Moyes admitted that he took the extra motivation after he ignored the guidance. Moyes insists that Everton are a tough team and hard to beat at Goodison Park, their headquarters.

However, Moyes was impressed with the appearance of a Japanese national midfielder who plays for United, Shinji Kagawa, who displays a great game for United, and Moyes believes that Kagawa can give a big impact after his move from Borussia Dortmund. Moyes added that MU has done some good contracts, one of which is this Japanese player.

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