Manchester United Football Club’s hopes of finishing in the top four were made mathematically impossible by Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday. The Lilywhites beat Jose Mourinho’s men 2-1, and in truth, the Red Devils never looked like winning the match.
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Manchester United slumped to a poor away defeat against Arsenal on Sunday, as Jose Mourinho’s men lost 2-0. The game put an end to their long unbeaten record in the Premier League, as well as ending our hopes at finishing in the top four.
Manchester United have begun to found some consistency under Jose Mourinho, with the Red Devils putting in some quality performances of late. The self-proclaimed Special One is beginning to have an impact on the playing squad, and we’ve started to climb up the Premier League table.
Manchester United Football Club deserve all the plaudits coming their way at the moment, with Jose Mourinho masterminding an absolutely out of this world display. Getting one over on his former club must have tasted particularly sweet due to the manner in which we played them off the park.
Manchester United’s two games on the back of the international break have both resulted in draws, which obviously isn’t ideal as our hopes of finishing in the top four are hanging on by a thread. Jose Mourinho and his players just obviously haven’t been good enough.
Manchester United dropped a couple more home points at the weekend, making it nineteen costly points down the drain in the Premier League this season. Jose Mourinho must be getting frustrated at the situation, but he doesn’t have long to think about it with the Reds playing Everton at home tomorrow night.
Manchester United got their bid for a top four finish back on track over the weekend, with Jose Mourinho’s men showing real guts and determination to overcome Middlesbrough. Now, we’re on international hiatus, which gives some of our players time to regroup and get that energy flowing again.
Manchester United Football Club are having a pretty good season, with Jose Mourinho already having delivered a trophy with the Red Devils. Our form in the league has been pretty consistent, and we’re obviously still fighting it out to win the Europa League trophy.
Manchester United Football Club got another much-needed victory under their belt at the weekend, with Jose Mourinho’s team beating Watford by a 2-0 scoreline. The result was largely down to the fact that Anthony Martial was back in the side, as the Frenchman grabbed himself a goal and also an assist.