Manchester United kept their winning record intact, but boy it wasn’t easy. Jose Mourinho’s side went toe-to-toe with a resilient Southampton. But in the end, the Red Devils managed to win 1-0 thanks to yet another goal from the boot of Romelu Lukaku.
Manchester United kept up their superb Premier League form on Saturday afternoon, with the Red Devils overcoming a resilient Southampton side 1-0. Jose Mourinho must have been pleased with the result, as it keeps us moving in the right direction.
Picture: Romelu Lukaku’s passionate celebration at full-time as Man United pick up three vital points
Well it wasn’t pretty, but Manchester United picked up another vital three points in the Premier League race. The win makes it five out of six in the division for the Red Devils, and who else scored but Romelu Lukaku? The Belgian beast just keeps on hitting the target.
Arguably Manchester United’s toughest test of the season so far is just under an hour away. Jose Mourinho’s men head to the South coast to take on Southampton in their own backyard. The game itself is an intriguing one, and three points here would send out a real statement.
Manchester United are plotting a sensational £52million January bid to bring in AS Monaco star Fabinho, according to Calciomercato, translated by the Daily Mirror.
Manchester United Football Club takes on Southampton in a potentially tricky away game this weekend, with Jose Mourinho looking to keep us at the top in the Premier League. Ahead of that match, the self-proclaimed Special One has one key selection dilemma on his hands.
Manchester United are sitting joint top of the Premier League table right now, alongside fierce rivals Manchester City. The games are starting to come thick and fast across all competitions, and next up is a potentially tricky away game at Southampton.
Manchester United Football Club had a cracking transfer window in terms of incomings. Jose Mourinho is continuing to fix the holes within the current squad, and slowly but surely, we’re looking more and more like a team that could challenge for the title.
After around a five-month injury lay-off, Luke Shaw made his return to the Manchester United team against Burton Albion on Wednesday night. The talented Englishman came on at half-time, and completed the second 45 minutes whilst putting in a solid performance.