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Marouane Fellaini's Performance Summed Up In Two Clips From Yesterday

Paul Ring
By Paul Ring
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To call Marouane Fellaini maligned at Manchester United would be charitable in the extreme. The Belgian international had a disaster of a debut season at Old Trafford with his bumbling, awkward style seen as symptomatic of the confused reign of David Moyes. The lowest point was arguably United's Champions League tie against Bayern Munich last March where Fellaini careered forward with the ball and simply ran it out of play much to the bemusement of Philip Lahm.

But having already shut West Brom's twitter account up on Monday night, Fellaini went into yesterday's clash with Chelsea feeling pretty good about himself and he delivered a fine performance, shackling Cesc Fabregas and playing his part in United's equaliser. These two clips best sum up his performace, firstly keeping up with and dispossessing fellow man-giant Nemanja Matic:


And then this impish back heel:

Maybe, just maybe, David Moyes was onto to something.

GIF: Reddit


Vine: Bleacher Report


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