David de Gea – Couldn’t do anything about Van Persie’s late consolation goal. Putting that to one side he didn’t really have an awful lot to do. 6/10
Matteo Darmian –
Manchester United Football Club will be looking to press on from the 1-1 draw away at Anfield this weekend, with Jose Mourinho’s side playing host to Fenerbahce in the Europa League group stages. The game itself won’t be easy, but three points here is vital.
Manchester United Football Club simply have to win this coming game this evening, as the reds lost last time out away at Feyenoord. That means Mourinho’s men are already three points off the pace, and a win here is essential we hold any aspirations of topping the group.
Manchester United have been playing well over the last few games which must be great to see for Jose Mourinho, particularly after a bad spell. Later today, his side take on Zorya Luhansk for the first competitive meeting between the sides in their history.
Manchester United’s Europa League campaign gets underway in just under one hours time, with the opening match away at Dutch side Feyenoord. Some big names have understandably been left out of the squad to allow for rest, and we will see a much-changed starting line-up.
Manchester United suffered a devastating loss to local rivals City at the weekend, and Jose Mourinho will be looking for his boys to bounce back away at Feyenoord in the Europa League. The game won’t be easy, though, but it does provide some of those fringe players with an opportunity to shine.
Manchester United found themselves dumped in the Europa League this season, largely down to Louis van Gaal’s poor tactics and dull style of play. The baton has been picked up by Jose Mourinho, and his side will be doing their utmost to succeed in all competitions.
Another disappointing season saw United finish in 5th place, with an FA Cup win proving scant consolation for the club once feared above all others across the world. With Louis van Gaal gone, the task of restoring United’s place in the proverbial Parthenon of football now falls firmly on the “Special One” Jose Mourinho.