manchester united vs burnley

Super Manchester United finally got the basics right

Manchester United move to sixth

Manchester United put up a fine display at Old Trafford on Thursday night when they hosted Burnley. The reds were quick to take charge of the game in the first half after goals from Scott Mc Tominay (8′), an own goal by Ben Mee (27′), and Cristiano Ronaldo (35′). Although the Reds were in total control of the match against Sean Dyche‘s side which is lackluster, Aron Lenon still managed to put one behind David de Gea in the 38 minutes.

Burnley has only been able to manage 11 points in 16 games since the start of the season, sitting 18th on the log, with four games yet to be played. The relegation-threatened side was without spirit throughout the whole game time.

Jodan Sancho and Mc Tominay were grossly impressive throughout the play, with the latter being rewarded with a goal and the former denied of a goal by Ben Mee, which was adjudged as an own-goal. With a game to spare, manchester United climbed to the 6th position with five goals difference behind Westham, who currently occupies the 5th position, and 4 points adrift Arsenal, who is fighting hard for a place at the Europe next season.

Manchester United will be hosting Wolves on Monday 3rd of January at Old Trafford.

Always visit us to get the latest in the world of football

See also  FA Cup third round draw in full as Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham and West Ham know opponents

Similar Posts


    1. You are absolutely right about this bro. He is Manchester United’s property and his decision to join Napoli shoulsd also be respecdted. Who stays in a football club where he is not getting playing time?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.