Manchester United Are the Comeback Kings

Published on 03-Oct-2015 by srijan213
Soccer / Soccer Daily Review

Comeback kings

The Red Devils' story just keeps getting better and better.

Manchester United had a tough fight against VW's club,Wolfsburg, but came out a deserving winner, 2-1.

The Champions League wasn't supposed to be a cup of tea for English teams, but United disagrees.

However, at the start of this one, it did look like it, thanks to Daniel Caligiuri:

Seems like United’s defense is going to be this bad all season long.

The Red Devils always take conceding as an adrenaline dose, though, and it happened again here:

It's not always that convincing when a comeback arises from a penalty, but if Juan Mata's kick is that good, then there's no reeson to complain.

And Manchester United have a rich history of great comebacks:

Perhaps this one wasn't that dramatic, but it was a comeback nonetheless:

The defenders can’t defend, but they can score. At least, Chris Smalling can.

It's a pretty decent trade-off.

The way it's been going in Europe for Premiership clubs lately, this was a triumph that was much needed.

 

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