Sergio Romero – Struggled with his distribution and was almost embarrassed with an absolute clanger. 4/10
Matteo Darmian – Kept it simple just as you’d expect. Did alright on the whole, but tired in extra time. 5/10
Manchester United continue their Capital One Cup campaign with a tough test at home to Middlesbrough on the cards. The Championship side have been in fine form domestically, and they’ll certainly come to Old Trafford full of confidence believing in an upset.
Just minutes after beating Ipswich Town 3-0 at Old Trafford, the draw for the Capital One Cup fourth round was made. Another home tie is coming for Manchester United, as Louis van Gaal’s side will play host to Middlesbrough towards the end of October.
Manchester United kick-off their Capital One Cup campaign with a potentially tricky tie at home to Ipswich Town. Louis van Gaal lost his only game in this competition so far, as his side were hammered 4-0 away at MK Dons at this stage last term.
It is a midweek game again for Manchester United. This time around it is not under the glaring lights of Champions League football, but domestic cup action. Capital One Cup duties beckon and the competition is usually seen as an ideal opportunity for the youngsters to get a game or two.
A truly humiliating performance from Manchester United ended in a 4-0 defeat to MK Don, seeing United bow out in the second round. There was wholesale changes from the 1-1 draw with Sunderland, with only De Gea keeping his place. There was debuts for Saidy Janko, and Reece James, and also a start for Nick Powell and Marnick Vermijl. All four goals were given to them on a plate after United continued to lose the ball.
United face the former Wimbledon men in the 2nd round of the Capital One Cup. This is the first time United have been in the 2nd round of the Capital One Cup since 1995 where they faced third tier side York City. Let’s hope that the result is better this time round rather than then as York City beat the reds 3-0 at Old Trafford in the first leg.
After a disappointing start to the Premier League campaign, Manchester United’s attentions to turn the Capital One Cup. Its the first time in a while that United have entered the tournament at the second round stage, and as a result they take on League One side, Milton Keynes Dons.