MAN UNITED UP TO SECOND

Manchester United pressed home their status as Premier League title challengers for this season after securing a late win over stubborn Wolverhampton Wanderers in their latest league clash. Manchester United on TV was a feature during the latest set of Matchday 16 games played on Tuesday night and it ended with a slim win over Wolves at home.

Millions of fans around the world saw Manchester United on TV as the Red Devils closed the gap on league leaders and fierce rivals Liverpool with a 1-0 victory that was secured in added time. Those fans saw Manchester United on TV as England international Marcus Rashford scored the only goal of the game after receiving the pass from playmaker Bruno Fernandes. His shot took a deflection to hit the back of the net two minutes into added time for the only goal of the game.

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TOP 3 POSSIBLE SOLKSJÆR SUCCESSORS AT UNITED

 

Following a mixed start to the current campaign, fans have started calling for the head of head coach Olé Gunnar Solskjær and expect him to face the axe. United fell to a 3-2 defeat away in Germany at RB Leipzig – a result that condemned them to an exit from the Champions League and into the Europa League.


United headed to Germany knowing fully well that even a draw was enough to see them through to the last 16 of the Champions League but ended up crashing out of the competition and dropping to Europe’s second tier of club competitions. Continue reading “TOP 3 POSSIBLE SOLKSJÆR SUCCESSORS AT UNITED”

Solskjaer keen to seeing the best of Paul Pogba in the remaining few games

 

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking forward to seeing more of Paul Pogba in the upcoming matches of Premier League. He was benched for most of the 2019–2020 season due to the injury and played his first match after the recovery against Tottenham.


Pogba had made an immediate effect on the team with his presence on the team. He was substituted in the game on the final half-hour of the game. United was stalling behind Tottenham from the goal of Steven Bergwijn in the first half of the game. It was Pogba who got the decisive penalty which gained a goal for United.
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Fernandes and Ighalo lifted up United agrees Solskjaer

 

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has admitted that Manchester United has improved a lot since the arrival of Bruno Fernandes and Odion Ighalo. They both came to Old Trafford during the January transfer window. Fernandes was transferred from the Portugal club Sporting CP in January for €55 million. Meanwhile, Ighalo was taken in loan from Shanghai Shenhua during the last day of January transfer window.


Fernandes has uplifted the spirit of United and has to lead the team to a good run.Since his arrival at the club, he has scored nine goals and eight assists by appearing in 18 matches to establish himself as one of the best midfielders in United.
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Manchester United is ready to face Chelsea on FA Cup semifinal

 

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is confident that Manchester United is ready to face Chelsea in the semifinals of FA Cup. United has pushed forward themselves on chasing the top four position of the table with the win against Crystal Palace. With the goals from Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford, they were able to secure the win for 2–0.


Ahead of the semifinals, United has only been allowed a few hours of rest but whereas Chelsea have been assured more than 48 hours. Solskjaer has assured that his players are doing good and is physically fit and is awaiting to play a game in the field.
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Paul Ince says Manchester United can only dream about Harry Kane signing

 

Manchester United legend Paul Ince has said that the Red Devils can only dream about the possibility of signing Harry Kane from Tottenham Hotspur. The Mancunian giants have been linked with the England international on a regular basis this year but Ince does not believe the club have a chance of landing his services.


He told: “I cannot see Harry Kane to Manchester United happening. I can see him going, yes, and wanting to leave Tottenham, but not to join United. People keep saying that, but what they keep forgetting is they’ve got Marcus Rashford up front. He’s always wanted to play up front, but what you need to remember is he can also play off the left-hand side, as we’ve seen from plenty of his goals this season. So if you’re looking at Rashford left, Kane centre and Jadon Sancho on the right. It sounds pretty nice doesn’t it? But it probably sounds like a dream for a reason, it is a dream.”
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Berbatov advices Jaden Sancho to remain at Dortmund

 

Dimitar Berbatov says that Jaden Sancho should remain in Borussia Dortmund for another year. He says that it is not the right time for Sancho to move to Manchester United. In this season he has scored 17 goals and assisted in 19 goals. With two years left in his contract, he has been the interest of many top clubs of Europe and are awaiting the transfer window to open.


There is high speculation that Sancho will be moving to Premier League. He has spent his youth ranks in Manchester City and was transferred to Borussia Dortmund in 2017. Manchester United is extremely interested in bringing Sancho to their pitch. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen on signing him to the club.
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Bruno Fernandes looking forward to working with Paul Pogba

Manchester United playmaker Bruno Fernandes is looking forward to sharing the playing field with Paul Pogba. The France international has experienced a frustrating campaign with multiple ankle injuries but he is expected to return to first-team action when the season resumes at some point of time.


Speaking to the club’s official website, Fernandes said that the players have a lot of confidence in Pogba and talked about his experience of facing the Frenchman in the Serie A, he told: “Also us, the team, we have a lot of confidence in Paul. I know Paul from Juve, because I played against him in Italy. And believe me, it’s really hard to play against Paul. Because I play in midfield, I mark him.
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Fikayo Tomori hoping to emulate John Terry at Chelsea

Chelsea defender Fikayo Tomori is hoping to emulate John Terry by staying put with the club for the long-term. The England international made his breakthrough under Frank Lampard in early September and his consistent performances over the next few months contributed to him making his debut for the England national side.


However, Tomori has since struggled to command a regular run of games due to form and fitness concerns but he is determined to prove his worth to the manager while emulating the path taken by club legend Terry, he told: “Obviously we had John Terry who had made that step from the Academy and he was the player I looked at when thinking of the pathway to the first team.
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Paul Scholes criticises Martial after Manchester United’s win at Chelsea

Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has remained critical over the performance of Anthony Martial despite the fact that he was on the scoresheet against Chelsea on Monday night. The Frenchman had a relatively quiet opening half but he managed to find the breakthrough before the break after heading in the opening goal.


In the second period, he faced a similar situation with the inability to provide the threat and ended the game with just 19 successful passes. Speaking on Sky Sports, Scholes once again questioned the natural position of Martial and insisted that the Frenchman is more of a winger than a centre-forward.
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