Manchester United Football Club made it into a Europa League semi-final by the skin of their teeth. The Red Devils beat RSC Anderlecht 2-1 on the night, winning the tie 3-2 on aggregate with the winning goal coming courtesy of Marcus Rashford.
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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’s preparations for their home game against West Brom will now be well underway, with Jose Mourinho’s men desperate to get another win under their belts. However, things haven’t been made any easier by our injury situation.
Manchester United Football Club welcomed Chris Smalling back from England duty prematurely, just over a week ago now. It was confirmed that the centre-half had picked up an injury; with the Football Association choosing not to specify the nature of the problem.
Well, our international injury curse strikes again. Manchester United confirmed last week that Phil Jones had been injured in England training and would return to the club, now a second player is on his way back to the Aon Training Complex.
Manchester United Football Club take on FC Rostov at Old Trafford this evening, with a place in the Europa League quarter-final at stake for the winner. Jose Mourinho’s men took the lead out in Russia through Henrikh Mkhitaryan, but the hosts levelled up in the second half.
The first dreaded international break of 2017 is rapidly closing in, with Manchester United set to go on a two-week hiatus following the Middlesbrough game this weekend. Before that, was the announcement of the squad from boss Gareth Southgate.
It was always going to be tough going out in Russia, and when the state of the pitch became evident, things looked even harder. However, Jose Mourinho’s men managed to come away with a 1-1 draw, which isn’t too bad when all things are considered.
Manchester United Football Club had a cracking weekend of football, with Jose Mourinho’s men winning, whilst both Liverpool and Arsenal dropped crucial points. The gap on the top four is just two points now, and we’re really putting the pressure on.
Manchester United scraped into the final of the newly-renamed EFL Cup this evening, as they lost 2-1 to Hull City on the night but managed to squeeze through 3-2 on aggregate. Jose Mourinho’s men looked really lethargic on the evening, and that certainly won’t fill the boss with confidence.