EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) - Tim Howard found out fast that playing for Manchester United is a lot different than being in goal for the Metrostars. Howard made 12 saves in his first game with the English Premier League champion, which beat Italian League winner Juventus 4-1 in an exhibition soccer game Thursday night. "The game is very fast," Howard said. "It's like getting thrown into a frying pan, but I have to get used to it." Howard's debut with the world's biggest club came of front of a sellout crowd of 79,005, the largest for a soccer game at Giants Stadium. The 24-year-old from North Brunswick, N.J., played in the same stadium for 4½ season with Major League Soccer's MetroStars before Manchester United acquired his rights on July 14 for $3.6 million.