Manchester United 4, Norwich City 0 - what the nationals said
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The national newspapers' views on Norwich City's 4-0 defeat at Manchester United.
Sunday Mirror: 'The Japan international proved he is much more than an Old Trafford marketing gimmick with a glorious hat-trick in a pivotal period in United's season.'
The Mail on Sunday: 'United hardly broke sweat re-establishing their 15-point cushion at the top of the Premier League. Challengers Manchester City don't play until Monday night.'
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The Observer: 'This was the 'mundane' match Sir Alex Ferguson wanted put away professionally before Tuesday evening's encounter with Real Madrid.'
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The Sunday Telegraph: 'United are still looking after business at home. It took a while to come together but when it did Norwich were swept away by a red tide masterminded by Rooney.'
The Independent: 'If they (Norwich) had survived until half-time, perhaps they could have turned a screw themselves, in terms of frustrating the hosts.'