Manchester United Football Club made it four Premier League wins in a row this afternoon, thanks to 3-1 victory over David Moyes’ Sunderland. The Red Devils were just far too good for the Black Cats on the day, and it certainly bodes well going forward.
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Manchester United Football Club are playing some simply brilliant football at the moment, as Jose Mourinho’s men seem to have clicked nicely into gear at a key part of the season. Now the wins are flowing, and hopefully, we’ll slowly start to climb that Premier League table.
Manchester United grabbed another three points yesterday evening, and what a richly deserved win it was. Jose Mourinho’s team are beginning to look like an outfit capable of winning trophies, and right at the heart of it, there is one man in particular who is catching the eye.
Manchester United finally secured back-to-back wins for the first time since late September, and Jose Mourinho looked absolutely delighted at full-time. The Reds more than deserved the victory despite another awful refereeing performance on the night, and fair play to the team for sticking with it.
What a day, what relief for the Old Trafford Faithful. Manchester United finally managed to secure all three points in a home game in the Premier League – and what a scalp it was to take. Tottenham Hotspur were beaten by a 1-0 scoreline, and Jose will certainly sleep well tonight.
Manchester United finally secured a home victory in the Premier League this afternoon – courtesy of a stunning goal from Henrikh Mkhitaryan. The Red Devils closed the gap on the top four to six points, but the game was marred somewhat by a needless suspension suffered by Antonio Valencia.
Manchester United ensured safe progression through to the Europa League knockout stages this evening, thanks to a 2-0 victory away at Zorya Luhansk in Odessa. Despite the match being played in difficult conditions, Jose’s men put in a spirited performance and it was great to see.
It’s beginning to feel a lot like deja vu at the moment for Manchester United. Jose Mourinho’s men seem to play some excellent football for large portions of the game, but switch off at the worst possible moment which eventually leads to points dropped. That was the case again today at Goodison Park.
Manchester United really aren’t having a good time of things on the field at the moment. Jose Mourinho’s side were once again nothing short of atrocious against Fenerbahce, as the lads slumped to a 2-1 defeat – their fifth away loss in a row in continental competition.
Somehow, Manchester United could not bundle the ball into the back of the net this afternoon against a resilient Burnley side, where three points for the Red Devils was an absolute must. How the game finished 0-0 is beyond me, but there were a few questionable decisions on the day.