23/01/2015, par
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Cambridge 0 United 0

A replay will be required to decide Manchester United's FA Cup fourth-round tie with League Two side Cambridge United following a frustrating goalless draw at the Abbey Stadium on Friday night. 

Louis van Gaal's men controlled the majority of the proceedings, particularly in the second half, but ultimately struggled to break down an impressively-organised home defence that performed with great courage and determination, for which their manager Richard Money deserves great credit.

Wayne Rooney was absent but van Gaal still named a strong team that began the match in the 4-4-2 diamond formation. James Wilson and Adnan Januzaj were brought into the starting XI to add pace and creativity, while Marouane Fellaini slotted into midfield, perhaps with a view to quelling the threat of Cambridge’s physically-imposing squad.

The hosts controlled the early exchanges with a raucous home support making themselves heard, although the first half-chance fell to Daley Blind in the 10th minute when he unleashed a low shot from a tight angle inside the box that was saved by Chris Dunn. Januzaj, starting his first match since 8 November, also looked eager to impress but scuffed another decent opportunity 10 minutes later when

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