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.
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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.
Manchester United finally seem to have found some consistency in their results. The last few months have been pretty good for the Red Devils, with Jose Mourinho’s men already scooping one trophy, and looking good to make it into the final of another.
Manchester United Football Club secured a huge result in the first leg of our tie against Celta Vigo. The Red Devils beat the Spanish team 1-0 on their home turf, in a fixture that looked supremely tough on paper. It was great to get that all-important away goal, and heading home with a lead is just a bonus.
Manchester United have talents flourishing at the highest level right now, with Marcus Rashford at the forefront of that. The Old Trafford club have always been known for their ability to nurture young players and turn them into world beaters, and Jose Mourinho has singled out another star in the making.
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.
Manchester United Football Club have had some excellent captains over the years. The role is not always given to the most talented player on the field, but the one who leads by example. The prime example of this has to be Roy Keane, who wore the armband with pride and did an outstanding job.
In the early stages of Manchester United’s Premier League game against Swansea City, Luke Shaw had to be substituted off with an apparent injury. The 21-year-old didn’t even make it to the ten-minute mark before having to be hauled off – which must have been a bitter blow for the young man.
Manchester United dropped more points at Old Trafford this weekend, this time against Swansea City. Our season has been summed up by the amount of home draws we’ve suffered under Mourinho, and if we’d managed to convert even a couple of those games into wins, we’d be comfortably in the top four.
Manchester United Football Club’s season now rests on the Europa League double-header against Celta Vigo. The Red Devils dropped another couple of needless points at home today, with Swansea City coming to Old Trafford and leaving with a 1-1 draw; a situation that has happened far too many times this season.