Manchester United Can't Buy a Three-Pointer
The Premiership's most successful club doesn't really look like it these days.
Manchester United hosted Arsenal and gave them a lovely parting gift after stumbling into a 1-1 stalemate.
The Reds were better in every stat, but Arsène Wenger's crew matched them in the only thing that matters.
And whenever Wenger faces José Mourinho, it even matters a little more.
Juan Mata is an old enemy of the Gunners from his Chelsea days and he continues to haunt them in United colors:
Thaat cross couldn't have landed on a better Red player’s feet.
However, United got stage fright -- or something -- near the end, as Arsenal played its one and only patch of qualtity football, and Olivier Giroud did what he does best:
The sniping French international was on target yet again.
And United tossed two points into the River Irwell yet again.