Manchester United managed to earn a victory against Middlesbrough yesterday afternoon, with the Red Devils winning 3-1. The game as a whole was pretty comfortable as the hosts never really looked like threatening all that seriously – until the last ten minutes as they pushed for a leveller.
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Manchester United finally moved up from the infamous sixth place position in the Premier League this weekend, as Jose Mourinho’s side beat Middlesbrough 3-1. The game itself was an intriguing battle, but you always felt like the Red Devils were going to come out on top.
Manchester United Football Club finally managed to move out of sixth position in the Premier League table, with Jose Mourinho’s side climbing up to fifth. Today, the Red Devils beat Middlesbrough 3-1, in a performance that wasn’t all that convincing, but they managed to get the job done.
The first dreaded international break of 2017 is rapidly closing in, with Manchester United set to go on a two-week hiatus following the Middlesbrough game this weekend. Before that, was the announcement of the squad from boss Gareth Southgate.
Manchester United Football Club sold off a couple of first-team squad members in January, with both Morgan Schneiderlin and Memphis Depay leaving the Theatre of Dreams. That selling spree could continue into the summer, if the latest report from The Sun is to be believed.
Manchester United’s squad is one of real depth, and that is certainly benefitting the manager greatly right now. The Red Devils are still in all four competitions, and Jose needs real quality backups in every area of the field – and it seems to be working like a dream.
Manchester United Football Club are still working their way up the Premier League table, with Jose Mourinho’s squad on a good run of late. The gaffer’s ability to chop and change players for different situations is part of the reasoning as to why we’ve been pretty successful.
Manchester United fans clearly weren’t happy with Jesse Lingard’s performance last night – Twitter reacts
Manchester United managed to get one of their bogey fixtures out of the way with yet another three points under their belt yesterday; which is obviously a hugely positive thing going forward. The goals came courtesy of Juan Mata and Zlatan Ibrahimovic – but the game changed in the second half when subs were made.
Manchester United put in another supreme performance at the weekend, as Jose Mourinho’s team absolutely put a talented West Bromwich side to the sword. It feels as though the lads are starting to adapt and play to their strengths under the new system – and it’s great to see.