Manchester United fielded a somewhat ‘weakened’ team against Turkish side Fenerbahce yesterday, but still managed to stick four past Robin van Persie’s team. On the day, United were just too much too handle, and one man in particular more than proven his worth going forward.
Manchester United decimated Fenerbahce by a 4-1 scoreline last night, with Jose Mourinho’s men getting back to winning ways after two draws on the bounce. However, the fans were left questioning one key decision by the manager on the evening.
Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney has certainly come in for some extremely heavy criticism at the start of the 2016/17 season, and you have to say that most of it has been deserved. That led to our club captain getting dropped, but he got his chance against Fenerbahce yesterday.
The Old Trafford faithful certainly left the ground feeling much happier this evening, thanks to an excellent 4-1 victory at home to Turkish giants Fenerbahce. On the night, the match was a comfortable one, and it did include a homecoming goal for Robin van Persie, but thankfully it was just a consolation.
Manchester United Football Club will be looking to press on from the 1-1 draw away at Anfield this weekend, with Jose Mourinho’s side playing host to Fenerbahce in the Europa League group stages. The game itself won’t be easy, but three points here is vital.
Manchester United Football Club turn their attentions to Europa League football tomorrow evening, in a game where the manager could potentially rest some stars ahead of the trip to Chelsea this coming Sunday. Ahead of the match, Jose has given us an early bit of team news.
Manchester United have struggled on the field over the last couple of games, with Jose Mourinho’s men drawing at home to Stoke before following that up with a draw away at Anfield. Off the field however, there has been a bit of positive news to smile at.
Manchester United will be hoping for a huge performance tomorrow night at Old Trafford, to begin to take control of their Europa League group following a poor start away at Feyenoord. Tomorrow’s opponents Fenerbahce won’t be easy, though, but United have been handed a boost.
Manchester United have had a real mixed start to life under Jose Mourinho. Some games they look unstoppable, just look at Leicester City at home. Others, we just look truly awful; Watford away being the prime example. Now, attentions switch to Fenerbahce in the Europa League.