A less than stellar start to the season for Man-U.
TSN courtesy of The Canadian Press reported:
Since Burnley was last in England's top division in 1975-76, the club had played United just three times. United had triumphed in each encounter -- all in the League Cup -- by a combined 9-0.
Burnley celebrated a night they will never forget as veteran duo Robbie Blake and Brian Jensen emerged the heroes in a sensational 1-0 victory over Manchester United. Blake's name will go down as the matchwinner, and rightly so for a fine 18th-minute near post volley which flashed past Ben Foster after a sustained period of Clarets pressure.
But Jensen deserved equal billing for a superb penalty save to deny Michael Carrick an equaliser just before half-time.
Jensen then kept his cool during a tense second-half that United dominated, without ever looking likely to deny a team desperately trying to record their first top flight win since 1976.
Owen harshly had a goal ruled out for offside when he appeared to have timed his run onto Patrice Evra's through-ball to perfection before beating Jensen at the second attempt.
Is it too early in the Premiereship season to be concerned about lack of finishing?