Manchester United beat Valerenga 3-0 on Sunday afternoon, in our sixth pre-season tour game so far. The Red Devils looked pretty good, albeit against opposition weaker than we’re used to. With that said, you cannot take anything away from the professional performance we put in.
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Manchester United picked up a routine 3-0 victory against Norwegian side Valerenga this evening, in a fixture that would have made Jose Mourinho happy. The Red Devils barely put a foot wrong, and when Romelu Lukaku was subbed on in the second half, we looked even better.
The Premier League season is drawing ever closer. Jose Mourinho is beginning to put in the final touches of our pre-season campaign, as the players’ preparations for the important games is coming to its climax. Today, the Red Devils headed to Norway to take on Valerenga.
Manchester United’s ICC tournament ended in defeat. To be brutally honest, FC Barcelona more than deserved their 1-0 victory and for the most part, they played us off the park albeit in a pre-season match. One of the topics of discussion was the performance of our new striker, Romelu Lukaku.
Manchester United Football Club end their pre-season tour with a narrow defeat at the hands of FC Barcelona. Jose Mourinho’s men lost 1-0, and now it’s back to Europe come the weekend when the Red Devils take on Valerenga in Norway.
Manchester United Football Club continued their pre-season tour with a 1-1 draw against Real Madrid – with winning on penalties. The game as a whole was an entertaining affair, with Jose Mourinho getting to have a look at his players against the best club side in football at the moment.
Manchester United’s pre-season tour continued with a game against the European champions, Real Madrid. Jose Mourinho would have been hoping for a step up in performance levels yet again, despite the fact we seen a much-changed team.
Manchester United enjoyed derby day success out in Houston, Texas this morning, and it’s always nice to get one over your fiercest rivals. The star of the show? Without a doubt, Romelu Lukaku. The 24-year-old is already showing his sublime quality.
A Manchester derby during pre-season tour is a new prospect to us all, but it was a rare friendly game that we could actually look forward to. Jose Mourinho handed a start to Henrikh Mkhitaryan in a #10 role just in behind Romelu Lukaku, and what a joy it was to watch the man from Armenia play.
After making his debut as a second-half substitute against the LA Galaxy a couple of days ago, Romelu Lukaku was handed his first start against Real Salt Lake. The 24-year-old Belgian was the lone striker, and on the whole, he played superbly.