Manchester United have done it. They beat Ajax (rather comfortably), to win the Europa League. Jose Mourinho must be so proud of his players, and we can end this season on a real high after such a tough, rigorous year, particularly on the players.
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Manchester United are just hours away from their biggest game in recent memory. The Red Devils are in Stockholm, ready to take on Ajax, for a place in the Champions League next season. The game itself will define our season, and it’s going to be an intriguing watch.
Want to feel old? Yesterday, Angel Gomes became the first 21st century-born player to play in the Premier League. Aged just sixteen, the young man was given around five minutes to show what he can do by Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho; and he dazzled.
Manchester United now have just one Premier League game left. The fixture against Southampton looked like a couple of sides coming to the end of their season, merely taking part in a rather dull game. However, one man stood out from the rest.
Manchester United Football Club’s hopes of finishing in the top four all-but ended today. The Red Devils lost to Arsenal, with the game at The Emirates ending 2-0. To be quite honest, we all expected to lose this one – especially as we have bigger fish to fry, continuing Thursday.
Well, Manchester United’s hopes of securing Champions League football via league position are all-but over. Jose Mourinho’s men lost 2-0 at The Emirates, in a closely-fought game until the first goal was scored.
What a performance, what a result. Manchester United head back to Old Trafford with a first leg lead under their belt, but more importantly, they have an away goal that could prove to be the difference. The moment of the match? A sensational free-kick from Marcus Rashford.
Manchester United’s season has been summed up by the countless amounts of points dropped at Old Trafford. That continued again today, with Jose Mourinho’s Red Devils conceding late on to draw 1-1 with a resilient Swansea City side.
Manchester United dropped two careless points at the Theatre of Dreams this weekend, as Swansea City were allowed a way back into the game late on. On the whole, our performance just wasn’t good enough, and if we continue like that then there is absolutely no chance we will be in the Champions League next season.
Manchester United Football Club picked up a hard-fought point at The Etihad Stadium yesterday, with Jose Mourinho’s men defending diligently throughout. The Red Devils had to play the last portion of the game a man down, thanks to a Marouane Fellaini red card; no surprises there, then.