Manchester United Invades East London, Captures Three Points

Published on 04-Jan-2017 by srijan213
Soccer / Soccer Daily Review

Unbeaten still

In a sense, the Red Devils are the last of the best.

Winners of five straight Premiership matches, Manchester United has driven closer to the league's leaders, but they're still only in sixth place at the season's halfway point.

If ever there was a have vs have-not scenario at the top level, this is it.

Unless one of those being left behind gets white-hot, the chase for honors is down to six clubs:

Premiership table

West Ham United battled it out against the mighty Reds of Manchester only to be defeated 0-2 in the process.

Manchester United is finally getting a grip over their zigzag season.

Of course, it didn't hurt to face the Hammers, who haven't exactly been setting the world ablaze lately -- moral victories don't award points -- and can't even manage to throw £30million at a desperately needed striker and get any action.

Red Devil’s very own little magician, Juan Mata scored with an easy-to-watch but hard-to-do flip, making it 0-1:

This magician has so many tricks up his sleeves.

He could probaby even get people to do this:

The player for whom football was made, Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored yet again for his club as he does everywhere to seal the game.

'Way too easy for the king of football.

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