Manchester United came away from the Etihad with a hard-earned point on Thursday night, largely thanks to some excellent defending from all of the back four. The match as a whole was a rather dull affair, but in the end, a point for both was definitely the correct result.
Well, we’re just an hour away from the big kick-off, and Manchester United head to the Etihad in the hope of getting one over on their fiercest of rivals. The game is set to be a close encounter, but I genuinely feel we have every chance of getting a positive result.
Manchester United Football Club kept the ball rolling in the Premier League over the weekend, with the Red Devils beating Burnley 2-0. In the dying embers of that fixture, Paul Pogba pulled up limp with an apparent injury. Now, the 24-year-old has been ruled out of the Manchester derby.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been a simply sensational football player for us, during his short stint as a Red Devil. The 35-year-old has found the back of the net on twenty-eight occasions, as he has almost single-handedly won games for us at times this season. That was until he got injured…
Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s season is over, after that horrific injury he suffered in the Europa League quarter-final against RSC Anderlecht almost a week ago. The 35-year-old, who has scored 28 goals for us in all competitions this season, has confirmed his desire to continue his career via social media.
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Just over a year ago, Marcus Rashford’s story began. The young forward from Wythenshawe was given his chance thanks to an injury Anthony Martial suffered in the warmup ahead of a Europa League game against FC Midtjylland – and boy did he take that opportunity with both hands.
Manchester United and Manchester City lock horns for the final meeting between the pair this season tomorrow, in a match that could well prove to be the deciding factor in the top four race. The game itself will be intriguing, with the Red Devils in good form, whilst our opponents were dumped out of the FA Cup at the weekend.
Manchester United head to The Etihad Stadium tomorrow, in the hope of continuing their good Premier League form. The game itself will obviously be a tight-knit affair, but it’s a match that we go into with the confidence flowing and we have every chance of getting a positive result.
The derby is fast approaching, as Manchester United and Manchester City prepare to lock horns once again. This is the first time that Jose Mourinho will be taking his Red Devils to The Etihad, and we go there in some pretty decent form.