Evra: Win against Chelsea dedicated to FA

Patrice Evra has dedicated Manchester United’s 3-0 victory over Chelsea to the FA, after completing a four-game ban for his part in the fracas at Stamford Bridge last season. The French left-back was given the suspension – and fined £10,000 – after he was found guilty of improper conduct, a decision United opted not to appeal against. “I dedicate this win to the FA because I still haven't swallowed my four-game suspension,” said Evra. “But I had a nice time with my family and a nice holiday.” Evra was firing on all cylinders against the Blues, providing the cross that Wayne Rooney turned in for United’s second goal. However, he injured his foot in the process and had to be substituted immediately. “I hope it is just a minor injury,” said the Frenchman. “I will have tests on it, and we’ll see what they have to say.”

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