newsfootball12 days ago

EPL Roundup | Tottenham Hotspur outclass Manchester United; Liverpool thrash West Ham

Tottenham Hotspur continued their unbeaten home run on Sunday when they outclassed Manchester United 2-1 to finished runners-up behind Chelsea which secured the Premier League title last week. Elsewhere, Liverpool thumped West Ham 4-0 to hand Jurgen Klopp his biggest win in 2017.
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featurefootball19 days ago

Jose Mourinho has to call time of death on Wayne Rooney's United career

"ROONEY!...it defies description! How about sensational? How about superb?" It has been over six years since the day when even the great Martin Tyler was lost for words on seeing a certain Scouser settle a Manchester derby with an overhead kick that justified "The White Pele" tag he had been given.
Faizan Qadiri
reportfootball19 days ago

PL Roundup | Arsenal power past Manchester United

Arsenal won an important game against Manchester United at home to brighten their chances of clinching a Champions League spot. Meanwhile, Liverpool were held to a goalless draw by visitors Southampton that saw them miss an opportunity to consolidate their position in the top four.
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reportfootballa month ago

EPL Roundup | Chelsea and Spurs stay on course with comfortable wins

Chelsea registered a convincing 3-0 win over Everton to take a step closer to the title. Meanwhile, Tottenham Hotspur, who have been snapping at the heels of the leaders, stayed in the hunt with a 2-0 victory over Arsenal. With the top honours still open, the league just got more interesting.
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newsfootball4 months ago

The Republik of Mancunia: Love him or loathe him, Wayne Rooney deserves his record

English blog Therepublikofmancunia argues why Wayne Rooney, who continues to divide opinions, deserves the record of being the Red Devil's top goalscorer. The writer believes that the recent blip in his performances only "highlights what incredibly high standards" he had set since joining the club.
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newsfootball5 months ago

Wayne Rooney becomes United's joint all-time top scorer

Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney's FA Cup goal against Reading on Saturday took him on level with club legend Sir Bobby Charlton's all-time highest tally of 249 goals for the club. It is more impressive to notice that the 31-year old has achieved this feat in 215 matches lesser than Charlton.
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reportfootball6 months ago

EFL Cup Round-up | Man United breeze past West Ham as Arsenal's unbeaten run comes to an end

An Anthony Martial brace, sandwiched between two Zlatan Ibrahimovic goals, saw Manchester United thump West Ham United 4-1 in the English League Cup at Old Trafford on Wednesday. Elsewhere, Arsenal's 19-game unbeaten streak was ended by Southampton, who won 2-0 at the Emirates stadium.
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newsfootball6 months ago

Jose Mourinho: Wenger gets more respect than me from the press

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has rekindled his rivalry with Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, saying that the Frenchman gets more respect from the media than he does despite winning the Premier League title with Chelsea only 18 months ago.
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featurefootball6 months ago

Five United-Arsenal matches that have been written into folklore

There was a time when a Manchester United-Arsenal game was like a heavyweight bout between Muhammad Ali and Floyd Mayweather Jr. Now, however, it looks like a Mayweather-Pacquiao fight where the latter(Arsenal) just keeps punching but the former somehow wins the game by a goal.
Faizan Qadiri
newsfootball6 months ago

Manchester United vs Arsenal | Preview : Can Arsenal break the jinx of Old Trafford?

Manchester United and Arsenal lock horns in the first game Premier League match after the international break. The match will mean a lot to both teams for very different reasons as Arsenal try to keep up with Liverpool at the top of the table while United will look to build on the Swansea win.
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