Manchester United Football Club take on West Brom later today, with Jose Mourinho’s men looking to continue their rise up the Premier League table. However, our task certainly hasn’t been made any easier, with the boss confirming long-term injuries to both Phil Jones and Chris Smalling.
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Ever since his rather stunning arrival at Manchester United’s training ground via helicopter, Juan Mata has always been a fan favourite. The lovable Spaniard made an immediate impression amongst supporters, mainly down to his willingness to learn and abide by the Red Devils’ traditions and history.
Well, Manchester United Football Club are into the last eight of the Europa League, thanks to a 1-0 victory at home to Russian side Rostov yesterday. Jose Mourinho’s men were not at their best, but they did manage to get the job done and dusted.
Perhaps the best thing to happen under David Moyes was the fact that we signed Juan Mata from Chelsea Football Club. The lovable Spaniard has been a fan favourite ever since, with him having a real connection with the fans as soon as he arrived via helicopter that day.
Over the weekend, Manchester United sealed their first major piece of silverware under Jose Mourinho. The Red Devils hope this will be the beginning of a new era at Old Trafford, but this cup, in particular, is very special to Juan Mata, after suffering from the loss of his grandfather.
Manchester United are still putting the pressure on their Premier League rivals who sit above them in the table right now – but still without much reward. However, the gap on the top four is now just two points thanks to another victory, where Mourinho’s boys beat Watford by 2-0.
Manchester United absolutely bullied the current Premier League champions Leicester City at the weekend, as Jose Mourinho’s side stuck three past The Foxes. The man of the moment was Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who scored a goal, laid on an assist and won the Man of the Match award.
Manchester United Football Club definitely have one foot in the final of the EFL Cup, thanks to a decent 2-0 result at home to Hull City in the first leg. The victory was sealed when Marouane Fellaini headed home to double United’s lead after being brought on as a second half substitute.
Manchester United may well already have one foot in the EFL Cup semi-final, thanks to a 2-0 victory at home to Hull City. Jose Mourinho’s men were on the attack from the get-go and finally got the breakthrough in the second half, as Juan Mata tapped home from a Henrikh Mkhitaryan header. The lead was then doubled when Marouane Fellaini found the back of the net.
Manchester United Football Club have been on a terrific run of late – particularly in the Premier League which is great to see. We’ve now made it three wins in a row in that particular competition, and you get the feeling that Mourinho is only just getting started.