Manchester United retained their place at the top of the tree with another excellent victory – this time away at Swansea City. The Red Devils put in a powerful, dominant display to overcome the hosts, who put up a real fight – particularly in the first half.
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Manchester United’s #TOUR2017 has drawn to a close, with Jose Mourinho’s men ending proceedings with a hard-fought victory. To their credit, Sampdoria didn’t give up and made a real game of it in the end – which is only a good thing for our players as fitness levels continue to build.
The Premier League season is drawing ever closer. Jose Mourinho is beginning to put in the final touches of our pre-season campaign, as the players’ preparations for the important games is coming to its climax. Today, the Red Devils headed to Norway to take on Valerenga.
A Manchester derby during pre-season tour is a new prospect to us all, but it was a rare friendly game that we could actually look forward to. Jose Mourinho handed a start to Henrikh Mkhitaryan in a #10 role just in behind Romelu Lukaku, and what a joy it was to watch the man from Armenia play.
Manchester United Football Club made it into the Europa League final. Jose Mourinho’s men made hard work of it, but in the end, they made it to the Stockholm showpiece and that is all that matters.
Manchester United narrowly made it into the last four of the Europa League tournament, where they’ll play Celta Vigo over two legs. The Red Devils beat Anderlecht 3-2 on aggregate, with the eventual winner coming from the left boot of Marcus Rashford.
Manchester United got back to winning ways in the Premier League this weekend, and moved up to fifth in the table, albeit temporary depending on the Arsenal score tonight. However, it was nice to see us get another three points under our belts, as top four hopes are hanging on by a thread.
Over last summer, I thought that Manchester United made one of the most underrated transfers of the window. Jose Mourinho sanctioned a move to bring in Henrikh Mkhitaryan from Borussia Dortmund, with the Armenia captain taking the #22 jersey.
Manchester United Football Club simply have to get back to winning ways this evening, when they host Everton in an eagerly anticipated clash. The game itself should be intriguing, with the visitors sitting just three points behind the Red Devils right now.
Just before the two-week international period, Manchester United took on Middlesbrough away from home in a game they simply had to win. The Red Devils did manage to get a result as they beat their opponents 3-1, moving them up to fifth in the table.