Manchester United Football Club progressed into the semi-finals of the Europa League last night, thanks to an extra-time goal courtesy of Marcus Rashford. On the whole, the Red Devils deserved to go through as they were creating chances galore.
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The Luke Shaw situation has definitely been interesting. The young left-back hasn’t been in Jose Mourinho’s good books this season, but it seems as though he is forcing his way back into proceedings. Tonight, he was handed a massive chance to impress in the Europa League.
Manchester United play what is arguably their biggest game of the season later today, when they take on Anderlecht at Old Trafford – for a place in the Europa League semi-final. The tie is finely poised at 1-1 and it’ll certainly be an interesting watch.
Manchester United Football Club have been in a pretty rich vein of form recently, with Jose Mourinho’s men really clicking into gear at a crucial stage of the season. One player who hasn’t played all that much recently is Luke Shaw.
Manchester United’s Luke Shaw and Jose Mourinho haven’t really seen eye-to-eye as of late, with the manager having some rather scathing words to say about his player not so long ago. However, since then the Englishman has been handed a start and on the whole, he did pretty well.
Manchester United Football Club takes on Anderlecht in their Europa League quarter-final tomorrow, in an eagerly anticipated clash. A place in the final four is at stake, and obviously, everyone wants to be involved in these high calibre matches.
Manchester United won their first Premier League fixture in three attempts on Sunday afternoon, as they demolished Sunderland 3-0 without really getting out of first gear. It was also a game in which Luke Shaw was handed a rare chance to impress the manager.
Football really is a funny old game. Luke Shaw was handed a start under Jose Mourinho for the first time following the international break and some pretty heavy criticism from the manager. However, the 21-year-old handled the pressure excellently and put in a real pleasing performance.
Manchester United moved up to fifth in the Premier League table once again, with Jose Mourinho’s men beating Sunderland 3-0 without really playing at their best. Before the game, Luke Shaw was named in the starting XI which was brilliant to see following some recent criticism.
Well, there you have it. Another three points away from home are in the bag as Manchester United continue to perform much better away from Old Trafford. The game was effectively won when Seb Larsson saw red for a high-footed tackle on Ander Herrera.