Manchester United Football Club’s defence of the FA Cup is over. Jose Mourinho’s Red Devils were dumped out by Chelsea last night, in a game that was, once again, ruined by a controversial refereeing decision. Ander Herrera saw red cards for two very questionable bookable offences.
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Over the summer when Manchester United splashed big money to bring in Paul Pogba, the Red Devils’ fans certainly got excited. The 23-year-old was regarded as one of the best central midfielders on the planet, but it is definitely fair to say he has had a mixed time of things this season. Read more
Well, there you have it. Manchester United will take a 1-1 draw back to Old Trafford next week, after a very tricky first leg out in Russia. FC Rostov certainly provided a stern test, and the terrible condition of the pitch definitely didn’t help matters at all.
Football is a funny old game. Last weekend we were loving life after a late EFL Cup final winner, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic taking all the plaudits. Things feel very different today, with the influential Swede at the heart of controversy as Manchester United dropped another two points at home.
Over the weekend, Manchester United Football Club lifted the first major piece of silverware of the season, when Jose Mourinho’s men got one over on Southampton. The Red Devils weren’t at their best, and perhaps that was down to the injured Henrikh Mkhitaryan who seems to make us tick.
Well, there you have it. Jose Mourinho became the first Manchester United manager to win a major trophy in his first major season as boss, and what a way to win it. The Red Devils were below par for the most part, but somehow, we came out and top in the end.
Manchester United secured their place in the next round of the Europa League yesterday night, when Jose Mourinho’s men beat Saint-Etienne by a 1-0 scoreline. The result must’ve pleased everyone involved in the club, but the game was marred by a key injury.
Well, Manchester United made it comfortably into the next round of the Europa League competition, with Jose Mourinho’s men progressing 4-0 on aggregate. The self-proclaimed Special One must be pleased with the professionalism shown by his team on the night, and he’ll be looking forward to the draw on Friday.
It wasn’t that long ago when Henrikh Mkhitaryan wasn’t playing for Manchester United, and the Armenian was being somewhat frozen out of things by the manager due to a poor performance on derby day. However, after some wonderful man-management, the attacker is fully firing right now.
Manchester United certainly took a commanding lead in their Europa League two-legged tie against Saint-Etienne, as Jose Mourinho’s side won 3-0. The scoreline certainly flattered the Red Devils, with one man, in particular. stealing the limelight after scoring a hat-trick.