Manchester United have done it again. That’s back-to-back 4-0 victories for the Red Devils, and Jose Mourinho must be so happy following that display. Swansea City stayed resilient for as long as possible, but in the end, United’s pressure told and the game became comfortable.
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Manchester United kicked off the Premier League season in stunning fashion. Jose Mourinho’s Red Devils put West Ham to the sword in a 4-0 thumping of the London club, and it was a game that certainly sent out a real message to the rest of the Premier League.
Manchester United’s Marouane Fellaini made a brilliant impact coming off of the bench against Real Madrid in Macedonia yesterday. The brilliant Belgian changed the game in our favour, thanks to his physicality and presence in such a key area of the field.
Manchester United’s Super Cup hopes were shattered by an excellent Real Madrid side in Skopje, Macedonia on Tuesday night. On the whole, Los Blancos always looked one step ahead, but credit to Jose Mourinho’s men for making a real game out of it.
Victor Lindelof was Manchester United’s first signing of the summer, and it is definitely fair to say that the ‘Iceman’ had a mixed pre-season. At 23, it will take him time to adapt to life in his new surroundings. The UEFA Super Cup against Real Madrid was always going to be a big test for him.
Manchester United’s first competitive game of the season is in the books, and unfortunately, it ended in defeat. Real Madrid won the match 2-1, and to be honest, they dominated for the majority, but the Red Devils were always within touching distance.
Last season, for some odd reason, Paul Pogba came in for heavy criticism. I guess that his fee will always overshadow whatever he does on the football field, but he made a solid start to life back at Old Trafford. With that said, I reckon his second-season is going to be insane.
Manchester United’s #TOUR2017 has drawn to a close, with Jose Mourinho’s men ending proceedings with a hard-fought victory. To their credit, Sampdoria didn’t give up and made a real game of it in the end – which is only a good thing for our players as fitness levels continue to build.
On Wednesday night, Manchester United handed a debut to Nemanja Matic. The 29-year-old midfielder signed for the Red Devils just a couple of days ago, and already, the Serbia international is getting his first minutes as a United man.
It’s official, Nemanja Matic is a Manchester United player. The midfield powerhouse, 28, signs for the Red Devils on a three-year deal with the option for an extra year all being well. What a stunning, and underrated acquisition this will be for Jose Mourinho.