Manchester United Football Club made it back-to-back wins in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon, when Jose Mourinho’s men put Watford to the sword by a 2-0 scoreline. The performance as a whole must’ve been an extremely pleasing one and it certainly bodes well moving forward.
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This evening, Manchester United dropped more points at home to a so-called ‘lesser’ side. Jose Mourinho’s men drew 0-0 with Hull City, and the performance as a whole was just an absolute mess. You have to say that the Red Devils just didn’t deserve anything else.
Cast your mind back to the summer, when Manchester United eclipsed the world record transfer fee for a player when they brought Paul Pogba ‘back home’. The 23-year-old Frenchman has obviously been a big part of Jose Mourinho’s plans – but now he could be used off the field too…
Manchester United made it into the EFL Cup final by the skin of their teeth yesterday, as Jose Mourinho’s men lost 2-1 on the night but came through 3-2 on aggregate. The work was done in the first leg, but the lads have to be careful because they came very close to letting it slip (ala Steven Gerrard).
Manchester United are starting to get to grips with manager Jose Mourinho’s idea of how the game should be played, with evidence over the last six weeks that the Red Devils could be in the hunt for silverware this season.
Over the summer, Manchester United broke the world record transfer fee to bring Paul Pogba back to the Theatre of Dreams, with Jose Mourinho intent on making a big impression at his new club. The 23-year-old has made a geat start to life at Old Trafford, but he did struggle against Liverpool on Sunday.
Manchester United Football Club had a tough time on the field yesterday, with one man in particular struggling. Paul Pogba gave away a daft penalty, and his head just wasn’t in the game. Maybe he was trying too hard, but he did have a supremely poor afternoon.
Manchester United put in probably their poorest performance in about three months yesterday, and it couldn’t have come at a worse time; Liverpool at home in the Premier League. Jose Mourinho’s men found themselves 1-0 down before the break, but somehow managed to level it up and escape with a point.