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.
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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.
With every cloud, there is a silver lining. That feels like the case for Manchester United this evening. The Red Devils lost 2-0 at The Emirates Stadium, all-but ending their chances at finishing in the top four this season.
Manchester United slumped to a poor away defeat against Arsenal on Sunday, as Jose Mourinho’s men lost 2-0. The game put an end to their long unbeaten record in the Premier League, as well as ending our hopes at finishing in the top four.
Well, there you have it. Manchester United will be taking a first-leg Europa League semi-final lead back to Old Trafford. The Red Devils beat Celta Vigo 1-0 on the night, thanks to a simply stunning free-kick from Marcus Rashford.
Manchester United have made a tremendous start to their Europa League semi-final against Celta Vigo. The Red Devils come back to Old Trafford with a 1-0 lead under their belt, courtesy of a simply stunning free-kick delivered by the boot of Marcus Rashford.
Manchester United Football Club head to Spain today, to take on Celta Vigo for the first of our two-legged semi-final against the La Liga team. Jose Mourinho will be wary of the threat they pose, and he must have been worried about our injury situation ahead of the fixture.
Manchester United are already without Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Marcos Rojo for the remainder of the season, with the pair suffering ligament damage in the same game against RSC Anderlecht. Now, Jose Mourinho has confirmed that a third player will join them in being unavailable for the rest of the campaign.