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Diogo Dalot + Stats

Diogo Dalot + Stats

A year ago today I was at Old Trafford

A year ago today I was at Old Trafford

Zlatan Ibrahimovic + Stats

Zlatan Ibrahimovic + Stats

Michael Carrick + Stats

Michael Carrick + Stats

Alexis Sanchez + Stats

Alexis Sanchez + Stats

Premier League Match Week 7…Manchester United 4 – 0 Crystal…

Premier League Match Week 7…

Manchester United 4 – 0 Crystal Palace

  • Juan Mata assisted by Marcus Rashford
  • Marouane Fellaini assisted by Ashley Young 
  • Marouane Fellaini assisted by Marcus Rashford
  • Romelu Lukaku assisted by Anthony Martial 

Manchester United will play 6 matches in the month of October…

Manchester United will play 6 matches in the month of October across all competitions. Their first match once players return from international break will be against Liverpool before they fly to Lisbon, Portugal for a Champions League match against Benfica. After defeating Burton in the Caraboa Cup, United will play Swansea City in the fourth round. 

 Of the 6 matches that United will play during the month, 4 of them will be away before they round out the month at home with matches against Tottenham Hotspurs and Benfica. 

Champions League Group StageCSKA Moscow 1 – 4 Manchester…

Champions League Group Stage

CSKA Moscow 1 – 4 Manchester United

  • Romelu Lukaku assisted by Anthony Martial
  • Anthony Martial (Penalty)
  • Romelu Lukaku assisted by Anthony Martial
  • Henrikh Mkhitaryan assisted by Anthony Martial

Champions League Group StageManchester United 3 – 0 FC…

Champions League Group Stage

Manchester United 3 – 0 FC Basel

  • Marouane Fellaini assisted by Ashley Young
  • Romelu Lukaku assisted by Daley Blind
  • Marcus Rashford assisted by Henrikh Mkhitaryan

Jose Mourinho stars in Game4Grenfell charity matchOn 2 September…

Jose Mourinho stars in Game4Grenfell charity match

On 2 September 2017, a charity match was held in London to raise money for the victims of the horrific Grenfell Tower fire. The match which was held at QPR’s Loftus Road was ticketed but 2,000 complimentary tickets were to survivors, their families, volunteers, and emergency services.

Mourinho, who still has a home in west London,came on as a second half substitute for former England goalkeeper David James. Although his father was a professional keeper in Portugal, Mourinho never played professionally and his semi-professional career was as a midfielder.  

In typical Mourinho style, he was the center of attention while he was on the pitch. In his opening minute he made a crucial save to maintain the 2-1 lead his team had. He then went on to be booked for time-wasting, argue with the ref about the equalizing goal being offside, and score a penalty in the shoot-out.

In the 80th minute, four survivors and two firefighters came on and received a standing ovation from the sold-out crowd.

Survivor Paul Menacer said: “We met people who want to talk and actually care about us. Someone as big as Jose Mourinho coming down and talking to us is just an amazing thing”

Speaking after the match was over, Mourinho said that he had chosen to play as a goalkeeper so he didn’t “have to run so much” and that had he had wanted to bring “something fun and different” to the charity match.