Manchester United picked up yet another vital three points this weekend, with the team going to Turf Moor and beating Burnley in convincing manner. Next up, the derby against Manchester City. Ahead of that game though, we have a bit of an injury crisis.
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Manchester United Football Club. A place where legends are built and dreams are made. Back in the early nineties, the Class of 92 made their mark on the footballing world; including one of the finest strikers of a ball, David Beckham.
Manchester United’s good run of form continues. Jose Mourinho’s men put in a professional performance at the weekend as they beat Burnley 2-0 at Turf Moor. To be honest, the result was never in doubt and it was a match that we controlled from minute one.
Manchester United’s injury problems have been well documented of late, with Jose Mourinho being without several players for the long-term. One of those guys is Juan Mata, with some reports claiming the Spaniard is done for the season.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic suffered a horrific, potentially career-ending injury against RSC Anderlecht in the Europa League on Thursday night. The 35-year-old has been our figurehead and lynchpin this season, and now, we’re without him until the end of the campaign.
Manchester United Football Club piled the pressure on both City and Liverpool this weekend, thanks to a comfortable 2-0 victory away at Burnley. Things are definitely starting to look up for us at the moment, and we head into the derby just one point behind our fierce rivals.
Manchester United Football Club are in a rich vein of form right now, with Jose Mourinho’s men recording a good string of wins together in the Premier League, whilst still progressing in Europe. However, the inevitable injury problems are now building up due to playing so many games.
Manchester United Football Club piled the pressure on both Manchester City and Liverpool with a hard-fought victory away at Burnley this Sunday. The Red Devils were outstanding throughout, and more than deserved the 2-0 victory.
Manchester United’s attentions turn back to the bread and butter of the Premier League this weekend, with Jose Mourinho’s men probably feeling pretty tired after playing 120 minutes on Thursday night. We also play City in the derby this coming week, and the gaffer will have one eye on that.