Manchester United have begun to found some consistency under Jose Mourinho, with the Red Devils putting in some quality performances of late. The self-proclaimed Special One is beginning to have an impact on the playing squad, and we’ve started to climb up the Premier League table.
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Manchester United secured an absolutely huge result over the weekend, as the Red Devils put Chelsea to the sword in convincing fashion. Mourinho’s side won that game 2-0 with Marcus Rashford having an absolute blinder.
Manchester United Football Club have been in a pretty rich vein of form recently, with Jose Mourinho’s men really clicking into gear at a crucial stage of the season. One player who hasn’t played all that much recently is Luke Shaw.
Manchester United’s performance at Old Trafford over the weekend was truly brilliant. Manager Jose Mourinho played a tactical masterclass to help us win all three points, by starting Marcus Rashford up front, allowing Zlatan Ibrahimovic to rest on the bench.
Manchester United are looking in a rich vein of form at the moment, with Jose Mourinho’s men putting in a masterclass against Chelsea at the weekend. The Red Devils played their opponents off the park and more than deserved the three points.
Manchester United Football Club deserve all the plaudits coming their way at the moment, with Jose Mourinho masterminding an absolutely out of this world display. Getting one over on his former club must have tasted particularly sweet due to the manner in which we played them off the park.
Manchester United have had a whole host of top quality centre-halves on their books down the years, from Gary Pallister to Nemanja Vidic. However, the best one I’ve ever seen is without a doubt Rio Ferdinand. The Englishman is just a sensational defender.
Manchester United got their bid to finish in the top four back on track at the weekend, thanks to a pretty comfortable 3-0 victory away at Sunderland. The game itself was decided when Seb Larsson saw red for a tackle on Ander Herrera, then our front line did the rest.
Manchester United got back to winning ways in the Premier League this weekend, and moved up to fifth in the table, albeit temporary depending on the Arsenal score tonight. However, it was nice to see us get another three points under our belts, as top four hopes are hanging on by a thread.
Manchester United’s two games on the back of the international break have both resulted in draws, which obviously isn’t ideal as our hopes of finishing in the top four are hanging on by a thread. Jose Mourinho and his players just obviously haven’t been good enough.