David de Gea – Couldn’t do anything about Sigurdsson’s stunning free-kick. Has precious little else to do putting that aside. 6/10
Ashley Young – Worked tirelessly. Got forward when possible, but his final ball was lacking for the most part. 5/10
The games are coming thick and fast now, and today, Manchester United host Swansea City in a key Premier League fixture. With just five games left to play, the Red Devils will be hoping to pick up an all-important three points here, that could see us end the day in the top four depending on other results.
Well, we’re just an hour away from the big kick-off, and Manchester United head to the Etihad in the hope of getting one over on their fiercest of rivals. The game is set to be a close encounter, but I genuinely feel we have every chance of getting a positive result.
Manchester United’s attentions turn back to the bread and butter of the Premier League this weekend, with Jose Mourinho’s men probably feeling pretty tired after playing 120 minutes on Thursday night. We also play City in the derby this coming week, and the gaffer will have one eye on that.
Manchester United take on Sunderland this afternoon, in a game that the Red Devils simply have to win to keep their top four hopes alive. Jose Mourinho will be desperate to get one over on former Reds boss, David Moyes in the process.