Manchester United have not won any of their last two games in the league and returning to victory ways would be on the minds of their players ahead of the important Tottenham Hotspur game this weekend. With Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur fighting for a place in the top four, the Red Devils can steal a march on their North London opposition with an home win at the end of their Premier League encounter on Saturday evening.
Spurs are the form team ahead of the game having won their last two league matches scoring nine goals in the process and without conceding a single goal. The North Londoners secured three points in each of their last twomatches after a run of one win and four defeats from five league matches. The two-match victory run in the league started with the 4-0 win at Leeds United penultimate weekend thanks to the first half goals from Irish fullback Matt Doherty, Swedish international DejanKulusevski and star player Harry Kane before Son Heung-Min wrapped up the win in the second half. Continue reading “UNITED TARGET RETURN TO VICTORY WAYS”→
Brentford striker Ivan Toney ended his scoring drought in the Premier League during the game against Manchester United at home, but his goal was not enough to give his team the win. His strike turned out to be a consolation as his Brentford side lost 3-1 to the Red Devils.
Both Brentford and Manchester United came into the game on the back of respective poor league forms. London team Brentford had lost their last two games in the competition, while the Red Devils were not much better with one draw and one defeat from their last two games. Continue reading “TONEY BREAKS SCORING DROUGHT AGAINST UNITED”→
Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick has a third straight home win in his sights in Premier League terms ahead of the Wolves game. The German tactician has won his two home games as the Red Devils boss in the league and a third succesive home win is on the horizon.
Rangnick began his reign as the Red Devils manager in the Premier League with a slim win over London team Crystal Palace. Brazil senior national team midfielder Fred scored the only goal of the game in the final quarter of the encounter as Manchester United secured a 1-0 victory at home to the Eagles.
French international Anthony Martial has been ruled out of the Champions League clash with Swiss champions Young Boys due to injury. Martial sustained a knee injury during Manchester United training and will miss the home game against the Swiss team as a result.
Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick provided the update on Martial during his pre-match press conference for the Young Boys duel. The German also gave an update on the injured duo of Edison Cavani and Frenchman Raphael Varane. On the duo of Varane and Cavani, Rangnick told reporters that they won’t be in the squad for the Young Boys game as they just returned to training after several weeks on the sidelines. Continue reading “MARTIAL OUT OF YOUNG BOYS GAME”→
The Manchester United duo of Luke Shaw and Marcus Rashford have pulled out of the final England qualifiers for next year’s FIFA World Cup tournament as revealed by the statement from the Three Lions camp on Monday. The two Manchester United players were part of four England ruled out of the World Cup qualifying matches against Albania and San Marino.
Rashford recently returned to the Manchester United squad for the Premier League clash with hosts Leicester City in the middle of last month after missing the first two weeks of the season due to a shoulder problem and he has withdrawn from the latest England games to concentrate on getting back to full fitness. For Shaw, the Manchester United left-back suffered concussion during the Premier League clash with city rivals Manchester City at home on Saturday and has pulled out of the latest England team as a result. Shaw and Manchester United were humbled by their neighbours via a 2-0 defeat and it could have been more if not for the inspired display from David De Gea in the Red Devils goal. Continue reading “SHAW, RASHFORD OUT OF ENGLAND GAMES”→
Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah scored his first treble of the season as he led his team to a big result against Manchester United in the Premier League. Manchester United on TV was a feature as Salah scored three goals in the 5-0 away win for the Reds. The Manchester United defence was not able to cope with the red-hot attacker who has been in very good form since the start of the season.
Salah was the provider for the opener scored by Guinean international Naby Keita after five minutes. He scored the opening goal of the game shortly after Portugal international Bruno Fernandes missed a decent opportunity to break the deadlock for the hosts. England right-back Trent Alexander Arnold then provided the assist for the second Liverpool goal scored by Portuguese star Diogo Jota who was surprisingly included on the left side of the Manchester United attack ahead of Senegalese international Sadio Mane. Continue reading “PREMIER LEAGUE: SALAH MAKES HISTORY AT UNITED”→
Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw is a big doubt for the Everton game this weekend. This is according to manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who informed pressmen during his pre-match media conference on Friday. The Norwegian tactician revealed that he’s not certain that Shaw would be able to make it in time for the Everton clash at home on Saturday afternoon.
England international Shaw has been struggling for full fitness due to the ankle injury sustained against Aston Villa last week Saturday. He was subbed off for DiogoDalot during the game which took place at Old Trafford. Continue reading “SHAW DOUBTFUL FOR EVERTON CLASH”→