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United washed away after Moisés parts the Red Sea

Manchester United will officially register their lowest Premier League (PL) points tally as they suffered a humiliating 4-0 defeat at the hands of Brighton and Hove Albion, who are on track for their highest league finish since finishing 13th in the 1981/82 First Division. Brighton went into this clash lamenting the lowest home scoring record […]

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Manchester United crashed out of the FA Cup

Young striker Anthony Elanga ballooned his shot over the bar to give Chris Wilder’s side a win that was celebrated in enthusiastic fashion by a 9,000-strong visiting support. It was only the second time in 11 meetings with Premier League opposition that Middlesbrough had progressed, following on from their equally surprising success at Manchester City […]

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Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick admitted he "did not like the performance at all" | newspaper from nigeria echonewsng.com

Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick admitted he “did not like the performance at all” after seeing his error-strewn side salvage a point at struggling Newcastle.

Edinson Cavani came off the bench to score a second-half equaliser following an at times shambolically poor first half from the visitors, during which they conspired to partly gift Allan Saint-Maximin the opening goal. For much of the game, an out-of-sorts Red Devils repeatedly relinquished possession, missed tackles and failed to offer a sustained threat […]

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