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The 2006 Carling Cup Final was played between Manchester United and Wigan Athletic on 26 February 2006. Manchester United won the match comfortably, by four goals to nil. Louis Saha and Cristiano Ronaldo both scored one goal, and Wayne Rooney scored twice. For the trophy presentation, the Manchester United players wore special shirts reading "For You Smudge", referring to Alan Smith, who had broken his left leg during a recent FA Cup match against Liverpool. Wigan goalkeeper Mike Pollitt picked up a nasty hamstring injury during the match, which cut short a dream cup final for the journeyman player, having started his career with the Red Devils.

Match details



MANCHESTER UNITED:
GK 19 Edwin van der Sar
RB 2 Gary Neville (c)
CB 6 Wes Brown
CB 5 Rio Ferdinand
LB 27 Mikaël Silvestre
RM 7 Cristiano Ronaldo
CM 22 John O'Shea
CM 11 Ryan Giggs
LM 13 Park Ji-Sung
SS 8 Wayne Rooney
CF 9 Louis Saha
Substitutes:
GK 1 Tim Howard
DF 3 Patrice Evra
DF 15 Nemanja Vidić
MF 23 Kieran Richardson
FW 10 Ruud van Nistelrooy
Manager:
Alex Ferguson
WIGAN ATHLETIC:
GK 12 Michael Pollitt
RB 2 Pascal Chimbonda
CB 16 Arjan de Zeeuw (c)
CB 6 Stéphane Henchoz
LB 26 Leighton Baines
RM 21 Jimmy Bullard
CM 11 Graham Kavanagh
CM 19 Paul Scharner
LM 20 Gary Teale
CF 7 Henri Camara
CF 30 Jason Roberts
Substitutes:
GK 1 John Filan
DF 4 Matt Jackson
MF 8 Andreas Johansson
MF 23 Reto Ziegler
FW 10 Lee McCulloch
Manager:
Paul Jewell
MATCH RULES
  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary.
  • Penalty shootout if scores still level.
  • Five named substitutes.
  • Maximum of three substitutions.


Road to Cardiff

Manchester United

Round 3 Manchester United 4–1 Barnet
Round 4 Manchester United 3–1 West Bromwich Albion
Round 5 Birmingham City 1–3 Manchester United
Semi-final (1st leg) Blackburn Roversmarker 1–1 Manchester United
Semi-final (2nd leg) Manchester United 2–1 Blackburn Rovers
  (Man Utd won 3–2 on aggregate)


Wigan Athletic

Round 3 Wigan Athletic 2–0 Bournemouth
Round 4 Wigan Athletic 1–0 Watford
Round 5 Wigan Athletic 2–0 Bolton Wanderers
Semi-final (1st leg) Wigan Athletic 1–0 Arsenal
Semi-final (2nd leg) Arsenal 2–1 Wigan Athletic
  (2–2 on aggregate. Wigan Athletic won on away goals)


References

  1. Clubs in the Premier League receive a bye to the second or third round


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