Manchester United got another piece of silverware under their belt at the weekend, when Jose Mourinho’s side beat Southampton 3-2. The game itself was an entertaining one, but thankfully we came out on top and were celebrating our 42nd major trophy.
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Manchester United secured their first trophy of the season at the weekend, when Jose Mourinho’s side came out on top in a hard-fought game against Southampton. The final score was 3-2, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic stealing the headlines and plaudits with a wonderful display.
Well, there you have it. Jose Mourinho became the first Manchester United manager to win a major trophy in his first major season as boss, and what a way to win it. The Red Devils were below par for the most part, but somehow, we came out and top in the end.
Manchester United’s team news for their big game is in. Jose Mourinho has gone supremely strong for the EFL Cup final against Southampton, and you wouldn’t expect anything less. This is a real chance to get our first piece of silverware under the new coach, and it’d really boost morale and belief.
Manchester United’s next game is by far the most important one of the season until this point. Jose Mourinho has the chance to grab the Red Devils his first piece of major silverware as manager, but it won’t be easy as Southampton will provide a firm test.
Manchester United Football Club have been embroiled in the heart of a rather odd transfer saga over the last couple of days, and it involves their club captain, Wayne Rooney. Reports have suggested that his agent, Paul Stretford, had been in China about the possibility of discussing a move to the CSL.
Manchester United Football Club are still fighting it out in four competitions (three come Sunday evening), and that has obviously played into the manager’s thinking when it comes to team selection. He has a duty to keep his players fit – but the fixture pile up really isn’t helping.
Manchester United certainly made light work of Saint-Etienne over the two legs, with Jose Mourinho’s side progressing comfortably. The 4-0 aggregate score was more than deserved, and now all eyes can turn to the upcoming EFL Cup final at Wembley.
Manchester United are playing some brilliant stuff right now, with Jose Mourinho’s men looking in ominous form. A large part of that is due to excellent man-management from the self-proclaimed Special One – who has been key in the form of Anthony Martial of late.