The Robinson red card makes a mockery of VAR. Suspect if Azpicueta doesn’t over-exaggerate then it’s a yellow card and no review for a red. Bad challenge but a dubious red and VAR just isn’t an objective system. #FULCHE
First saw Wayne Rooney play for Everton reserves at Old Trafford in 2002, when he tried to score from inside his own half. He was a frigthening force of nature in his teens and early 20. Though never the same player again after Munich 2010, he won everything his talent deserved.
#mufc's trip to Anfield on Sunday is almost a year to the day since their last domestic away defeat and falls on the same date as their last win at #lfc in 2016. United have drawn two and lost three at Liverpool since, scoring just once (Lingard in December 2018).
Eric Bailly’s recovering quickly from injury, playing regularly, in his best form in years and improved Harry Maguire. He still might not be the answer but has shown #mufc what they need from a new centre half https://t.co/ZqpTuzMWFk
Given United's penalty penchant, it will be interesting to see if there is an incident inside the area in front of The Kop, minus fans. The last possible time #mufc scored a spotkick up that end was in 1953 (Roger Byrne).
Pep: “We are going to respect the protocols. But the moment you score a goal + one guy runs + others don’t go to celebrate with him, it is weird + uncomfortable. We are tested maybe 5/6 times last 10 days. Everyone is negative. We are outdoors where the virus is less aggressive.”
Just watched Maguire's disallowed goal back again - it really is a superb header. His elevation and momentum takes him over Pieters and his eyes are fixed firmly on the ball. What else is he supposed to do? It's an absolute shocker of a decision the more you watch it #mufc
“If you’re that glad why did you vote against it..you were shamed into it..do you regret voting against it now?”
The Health Secretary’s reply is shocking
Another masterclass from @piersmorgan in how to hold Gov’t to account https://t.co/ccTpeoDeCx
Timothy Fosu-Mensah is currently on his way to Germany ahead of completing move to Bayer Leverkusen. He's sad to be leaving United, but told he is 'excited to get a fresh start and show people what he is really capable of.' #mufchttps://t.co/xBSYkaUMx0
We've got a 12-page pullout on Colin Bell coming up in Sunday's paper where hopefully we can get across how much love there was for him as a footballer, a man, and a City legend https://t.co/rFoiq8uHwg