Manchester clubs keep rolling in Premier League; Leicester's woes continue

Jessica Allison
October 5, 2017

Premier League clubs have rejected an initial proposal to end the equal distribution of overseas TV money, reports BBC Sport.

After the European champions, Everton is the biggest side to have played against Man United.

Romelu Lukaku's power and pace has been a critical factor in United's resurgent attack.

But that, he says, is fine if the bench is where Jose Mourinho thinks he is most useful to the team. CSKA Moscow and Basel are powerhouses in their respective countries, but are not a big task for a club like Manchester United. The latter was where, ironically, he scored a flawless hat-trick against Manchester United in Sir Alex Ferguson's last game in charge of the club in a 5-5 draw.

Pogba scored two goals and provided two assists in four league appearances before sustaining the injury and his midfield partner Nemanja Matic is confident that the 24-year-old will regain his form once he recovers. Their defence did great job so far, as well.

Real Madrid finally win at home thanks to Isco double
However, Madrid have yet to win at the Bernabeu this season, and Espanyol have pulled off some impressive draws this season.

Leicester City and Manchester United are the latest English Premier League (EPL) football clubs to confirm attendance at Premier League Live, which takes place in Bengaluru on October 14 and 15, it was announced on Wednesday. Even Ashley Young manages to bring the best out of himself playing at left-back.

United return from the worldwide break with a trip to Anfield to take on their bitter rivals. First up will be Liverpool at Anfield. A goal and an assist at Huddersfield on Saturday means he has been directly involved in four league goals for the north London side, all of which have come away from home.

United have been more creative than past year, striking a good balance with Nemanja Matic's presence allowing Paul Pogba to roam more, and for Henrikh Mkhitaryan to find space off the ball.

Victor Lindelof has spoken out about his relationship with Jose Mourinho and the criticism being sent his way by the media.

Manchester United legend Ronny Johnsen said: "Manchester United has nearly 35 million followers in India and each time we visit the growth in football's popularity is clear to see".

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