Super-subs guide Manchester United past Leicester City

Posted August 27, 2017

"I can not understand the negativity of United fans who call 606 after back-to-back 4-0 wins and say, "Yes, but it was only West Ham and Swansea".

Leicester City, meanwhile, had a disappointing start to the season, after losing to Arsenal at Emirates 4-3 despite a good fight back.

"Everything about them at the minute is positive and it's tough to go to Old Trafford, no matter what team has been playing there the last few years".

Craig Shakespeare's side, who easily dispatched Championship outfit Sheffield United at Bramall Lane yesterday, will welcome the Merseysiders to town during the week starting September 18th before opening their doors for the Traveling Kop once again at the weekend.

That duo are without a point after three games - they are 7/4 and 4/1 respectively for relegation with Sky Bet - as de Boer's Eagles are yet to score after a 2-0 defeat to previously winless Swansea and were booed off three matches into the Dutchman's reign. There is more clarity to United's shape and style at the moment; there was also a better tempo with the ball than they displayed against massed defensive ranks during 2016-17.

The 26-year-old has made over 100 appearances for Leicester and has started both the Foxes' Premier League games this season.

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Jose Mourinho's men now sit pretty at the top of the Premier League table after successive 4-0 victories.

Dorset police said two City fans had been arrested for coming on to the pitch and that they were reviewing CCTV footage "as part of an ongoing investigation to establish whether any other offences may have been committed".

Marcus Rashford: "You do think it's going to be one of those days when you're watching the game".

Bournemouth are also without a point and 9/4 for the drop after three games this season as Pep Guardiola's City claimed victory through Raheem Sterling's stoppage-time victor. I like my team very much. The dimension of the player because it would be very easy for him to say goodbye, to say it's enough, one European competition, had success at Manchester United, big injury, goodbye. Not for me, when we make changes, it is always the right changes.

"We scored from a corner that I didn't even see because I was speaking with Lingard", the United boss said. He marshaled the line in front of him superbly well, knew when to come out of his box to block out potential counter attacks, and was probably the only reason his side weren't trailing at half-time. Hopefully he can play in the knockout stage but for that we have to finish in the top two of the group.