David de Gea – Had a really quiet evening at Old Trafford and wasn’t really tested by the Hull City team. 5/10
Antonio Valencia – Very happy to run up and down that touchline all game. Did well on both sides of the ball. 6/10
Manchester United play the first leg of their EFL Cup semi-final this evening, as Jose Mourinho’s men take on Hull City. The Tigers currently prop up the rear of the Premier League table, but they’ll be more than up for a fight as there is a place in the final at stake.
Manchester United have made it into the semi-final of the newly-renamed EFL Cup, and the draw has been made. Jose Mourinho’s men will take on Hull City over two legs in January, with a potential place in the final against either Southampton or Liverpool at stake.
Manchester United will be hoping to progress through to the semi-final of the EFL Cup this evening when West Ham come to town. The game itself is the second time we’ve played Bilic’s men in a four day period, so the teams will be familiar with each other’s games.
Manchester United Football Club have progressed safely through to the fourth round of the EFL Trophy, after overcoming a stubborn Northampton Town side. The game finished 3-1, but the biggest talking point came after the final whistle as the draw for the next stage was made.
Manchester United head to Northampton Town this evening, as Jose Mourinho gets our EFL Cup tournament underway. The boys come into this one on the back of some awful results and performances, so as you’d expect, the manager has decided to switch things up in terms of the starting XI.
Manchester United kick-off their EFL Cup campaign with an away trip to Northampton Town this evening. The hosts will be wanting to spring a surprise against one of the biggest clubs in the world, but Jose will be after his side to bounce back and put the last three results out of their system.