Manchester United’s third game of their pre-season tour took place in Houston, Texas. Jose Mourinho’s men played fiercest of rivals Manchester City, and it was great to see how our lads got on against one of the toughest sides in the Premier League.
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Today was what we expect to be Romelu Lukaku’s first Manchester United goal of many. The 24-year-old joined the Red Devils from Everton just over a week ago, and it was great to see the Belgian beast handed his first start in our famous jersey.
Manchester United’s injury problems have been well documented recently, with Chris Smalling, Phil Jones and Juan Mata not expected back until next month at the very earliest. Englishman Smalling took to social media to provide us an injury update, and it looks like good news.
Manchester United Football Club simply have to get back to winning ways this evening, when they host Everton in an eagerly anticipated clash. The game itself should be intriguing, with the visitors sitting just three points behind the Red Devils right now.
Manchester United take on Saint-Etienne at Old Trafford this evening, with Jose Mourinho’s men looking to get a lead to take to France. The game itself won’t be easy, but over the two-legs, you’d imagine the Red Devils should have enough firepower to pull through.
Manchester United’s Europa League campaign is looking a whole lot better now, largely thanks to a dominant 4-0 victory at home to Feyenoord on Thursday evening. Jose Mourinho’s men finally put in a performance that they had been threatening to display for quite some time – and it was a joy to watch.
Manchester United got back to winning ways at the weekend in pretty good style, with the boys slamming four past current champions Leicester City. Jose Mourinho had to be pleased with the all-round play of his starting eleven, and you’d have to urge him to stick with the same team next weekend.
Manchester United really do have a top class player on their hands in Marcus Rashford. The young man made his England debut over the summer, but a lack of game-time for his club saw him drop down to the U21 level – and he’s made an outstanding impact there.
Manchester United had an excellent second half of last season, and a lot of that was down to the goal threat that Marcus Rashford provided from February onwards. The young man has been nothing short of outstanding since bursting onto the scene, and it truly has been a privilege watching him play.
Manchester United as a whole put in a brilliantly professional performance away at AFC Bournemouth this weekend, with Jose Mourinho’s men looking really strong right from the start. However, the result certainly covered up one of the worst performances by a single player we’ve seen in quite a while.