Well, the 1-1 draw away at FC Rostov certainly wasn’t the worst result in the world. We all knew that it was not going to be an easy fixture out in Russia, particularly when you factor in the state of the pitch. There was more good news too – Henrikh Mkhitaryan returned from injury.
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Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United will be hoping for a positive result out in Russia tomorrow evening, when the Red Devils take on FC Rostov for the first time in their history. The game was never going to be easy, as at this stage of the competition all the opposition is tough.
Manchester United Football Club are on their way to Russia now, as they prepare to face off against FC Rostov for the first time ever. The Red Devils will be feeling confident ahead of the clash and here’s to hoping Jose Mourinho’s men can come back with a win.
This midweek sees the return of the Europa League, with Jose Mourinho’s men heading to Russia to take on Rostov. The game is due to kick-off at 18:00 BST this coming Thursday, in what is the first ever meeting between the two sides in a competitive fixture.
AFC Bournemouth are the visitors coming to Old Trafford tomorrow, in a Premier League game that could well see us move up the table depending on other results going our way. However, ahead of the match we’ve been dealt a cruel piece of injury news.
Over the weekend, Manchester United Football Club lifted the first major piece of silverware of the season, when Jose Mourinho’s men got one over on Southampton. The Red Devils weren’t at their best, and perhaps that was down to the injured Henrikh Mkhitaryan who seems to make us tick.
Manchester United secured their place in the next round of the Europa League yesterday night, when Jose Mourinho’s men beat Saint-Etienne by a 1-0 scoreline. The result must’ve pleased everyone involved in the club, but the game was marred by a key injury.
Manchester United Football Club deployed an extremely strong team in the Europa League this evening, as Jose Mourinho clearly wants to go out there and win the whole thing. It was always going to be a risky move, particularly with the EFL Cup final just on the horizon.
Well, Manchester United made it comfortably into the next round of the Europa League competition, with Jose Mourinho’s men progressing 4-0 on aggregate. The self-proclaimed Special One must be pleased with the professionalism shown by his team on the night, and he’ll be looking forward to the draw on Friday.
Well, the game wasn’t as easy as everyone expected, but Manchester United eventually managed to get the result they so desperately wanted away at Blackburn Rovers. Jose Mourinho’s men won 2-1, after going behind thanks to an excellently worked goal from Owen Coyle’s side.