Manchester United have been dealt some cruel injury news recently, with both Marcos Rojo and Zlatan Ibrahimovic suffering serious ligament damage. We’ll no be without the duo for quite some time, and there is absolutely no chance that either will recover before the end of the season.
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Manchester United Football Club made it into a Europa League semi-final by the skin of their teeth. The Red Devils beat RSC Anderlecht 2-1 on the night, winning the tie 3-2 on aggregate with the winning goal coming courtesy of Marcus Rashford.
Manchester United Football Club have somewhat of a defensive crisis on their hands at the moment. Both Chris Smalling and Phil Jones have been out with injury for quite some time, and now it looks as though Argentine Marcos Rojo looks set to join them on the treatment table.
Manchester United Football Club secured one of their biggest wins of the season over the weekend, as the Red Devils absolutely battered Chelsea at Old Trafford. Manager Jose Mourinho got his tactics absolutely spot on, and the gaffer deserves all the praise for hatching an excellent plan.
These are the days when it’s great to wake up as a Manchester United fan. A tactical masterclass from Jose Mourinho meant that the Red Devils absolutely battered Chelsea in a 2-0 victory. The game as a whole was a thoroughly enjoyable one; perhaps our best win of the season.
Manchester United Football Club are having an excellent time of things at the moment, all things considered. The Red Devils are particularly looking supremely solid on the defensive side of things, which has always been an integral part of any Jose Mourinho team.
It was always going to be tough going out in Russia, and when the state of the pitch became evident, things looked even harder. However, Jose Mourinho’s men managed to come away with a 1-1 draw, which isn’t too bad when all things are considered.
As we all know too well, Manchester United dropped a couple of points at the weekend, with AFC Bournemouth holding us to a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford. Sadly, this type of thing has happened far too many times this year and it could well be what costs us a spot in the top four.
Manchester United host Watford at Old Trafford this coming Saturday, with Jose Mourinho’s men desperate to back up the 3-0 victory away at Leicester – and keep the pressure on their rivals. However, we could’ve just been dealt a little bit of a blow on the injury front…
Manchester United’s biggest game of the season so far takes place this weekend, when the Red Devils host Liverpool at the Theatre of Dreams. With a win, Mourinho’s men can close the gap on the scousers to just two points, and with plenty of games still to play, it’d certainly be interesting.