Manchester United’s top four hopes and aspirations are mathematically over. The Red Devils lost back-to-back games in North London against Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur respectively, and now all of our hopes are pinned on the Europa League final against Ajax.
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Manchester United Football Club took on Tottenham Hotspur in the final game ever at White Hart Lane. The Red Devils lost 2-1, and thoroughly deserved to do so. The result made it mathematically impossible for us to finish in the top four, and acquire a spot in the Champions League via league position.
Manchester United’s first season under the watchful eye of Jose Mourinho is winding down to a close. The Red Devils have one trophy under their belt, whilst having one more to play for in Europe. However, their Premier League season is all-but over.
Manchester United made it to the Europa League final. The Red Devils were hanging on by the skin of their teeth in the end, but now, the fans have a day out in Stockholm to look forward to, in an extremely exciting game against Dutch side, Ajax.
Manchester United did it! By the skin of their teeth, the Red Devils made it to a European final under Jose Mourinho, in his first season in charge. The game at Old Trafford against Celta Vigo was looking pretty comfortable until they sat back and invited the pressure on.
I think it’s definitely fair to say that this season has been a mixed one for Jose Mourinho and Manchester United. The Old Trafford Club have gotten a piece of silverware in the trophy cabinet, by winning the EFL Cup back in February. But now, top four looks out of the question.
Manchester United will be ready go to now, as their biggest game of the season is just on the horizon. The Old Trafford club take on Celta Vigo, with a spot in the Europa League final the prize for the eventual winner. With a slender advantage in our favour, we’re looking in good shape.
Manchester United Football Club’s 25-match unbeaten run came to an end over the weekend. Arsenal beat the Red Devils at The Emirates Stadium, with Jose Mourinho deciding to field a much-changed starting line-up; probably to keep his key players fresh.
Manchester United’s hopes and ambitions of securing a top four finish look all-but over. The Red Devils lost their first Premier League match of 2017 at the hands of Arsenal, leaving us outside of the automatic Champions League places.
Manchester United’s unbeaten run is over. The Red Devils succumbed to relentless Arsenal pressure, and eventually lost the game at The Emirates 2-0. To be brutally honest, the hosts deserved the victory, and now, attentions for us are solely on Europa League glory.