After the days of glory, the Red Devils stare at a plethora of gloom all over as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer faces 2 consecutive defeats for the first time in his tenure. Manchester United were dominated all over and ground to dust at Molineux in their 2-1 FA Cup defeat in
The Red Devils visit Molineux Stadium for the FA Quarter-final clash of Wolves Vs United on Sunday. Ole's men enter the Wolves Vs United game riding on the back of a 2-0 loss against the Gunners at Emirates. This was Solskjaer's first league defeat since joining the Devils in mid-December
Manchester United, fresh from a fairytale victory over the French giants PSG, faced the Gunners who were left in the dust by the French side Rennes in the Europa league clash last week. There can’t be two clubs with more contrasting situations than this, locking horns with each other in
Arsenal dented Man United's Champions league hopes with a 2-0 win at the Emirates, yet many people believe that United played really well and didn't deserve to lose the game. Graeme Souness was critical of United's midfield against Arsenal.
According to Liverpool and Scotland legend, Graeme Souness, United's midfield trio of
Arsenal took a step closer to the much coveted Champions League spot after the Gunners beat Machester United at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday. The Arsenal Vs United match ended with a 2-0 scoreline in favour of the Gunners.
The battle for the third and fourth place is at its peak
Manchester United's confidence was at an all time high coming to the Emirates Stadium in the premier league. United were coming after scripting a historic win against PSG in the Champions league and seemed all set to continue in their blissful winning run against Leno and his team.
Last time out,
Six first team players injured, one suspended, three vital squad members injured. Already two goals down in the first leg at home. An important fixture away at France against one of the genuine title contenders. Who would have even given them a chance. Exactly that's when United scripted a fairy
The come back against PSG in the Champions League is one to savour for all Manchester United fans alike, with United completing the come back yet again in “Fergie Time”.
With that win in Paris, Ole has won his nine away games, which speaks volumes about the progress he’s made at
Arsenal host Manchester United on Sunday, 10th of March 2019. A win against United will see the Gunners go into 4th place, and take them a step closer to Champions League qualification.
The team selection will be a tough affair for Arsenal’s Spanish boss, though. Unai Emery must motivate his team
A night to cherish, A night to remember, A night specially scripted for a United fan. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer continues to give jaw-dropping results as the Red Devils knock PSG out of the Champions League on the back of a 3-1 drubbing at Paris.
Even in their wildest dreams, No one