Manchester United’s attentions will be turned back to the Premier League this weekend, fresh off the back of Jose Mourinho’s men winning the newly-renamed EFL Cup. The lads will be in buoyant mood and full of confidence, but they mustn’t underestimate opponents, AFC Bournemouth.
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Zlatan Ibrahimovic was at the forefront of a Manchester United side that secured their first major piece of silverware under Jose Mourinho, and what a brilliant result it was. The Red Devils beat out stiff competition from a talented Southampton team who themselves deserve plenty of credit.
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 takes on Saint-Etienne tomorrow evening, in a match that should see us progress into the last sixteen of the Europa League. Ahead of that game, we’ve been given a major boost as Wayne Rooney has been pictured back in training.
Manchester United managed to ensure safe progression into the next round of the FA Cup at the weekend, but the games are now coming thick and fast. Next up, a trip to France and the second leg of our Europa League double-header against Saint-Etienne; with United 3-0 up from the first game.
Manchester United’s attentions turn back to the FA Cup this coming Sunday, when Jose Mourinho takes his Red Devils to face Blackburn Rovers. The former Premier League side have put together a good cup run, but us fans of the Old Trafford club will be desperate for that to end.
Manchester United Football Club put in a commanding display at Old Trafford yesterday – when Jose Mourinho’s men stuck three past Saint-Etienne to take control of the tie. This gives the Red Devils some breathing room ahead of the return leg next Wednesday.
Manchester United Football Club made it back-to-back wins in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon, when Jose Mourinho’s men put Watford to the sword by a 2-0 scoreline. The performance as a whole must’ve been an extremely pleasing one and it certainly bodes well moving forward.
Manchester United are still putting the pressure on their Premier League rivals who sit above them in the table right now – but still without much reward. However, the gap on the top four is now just two points thanks to another victory, where Mourinho’s boys beat Watford by 2-0.
Manchester United’s attentions turn back to the Europa League this midweek, as French side Saint-Etienne come to town. The French team head to Old Trafford sitting fifth in Ligue 1, and that tells you all you need to know about the threat they’ll pose.