Jose Mourinho Flops on his Big Night Return at Old Trafford

By OMA | 05-12-2019 | Sports |  

Wanting to prove a point to his former employers at oldtraford, Mourinho failed being adamant


The romance between new head coach Mourinho and Tottenham seems to have come to an end after Manchester United broke the jink beating Mourinho's Tottenham 2-1.

Mourinho came to Old Trafford on the night with impressive resume with Tottenham haven won 3 matches in his first 3 games with the club and worst expected result at United would have been a draw for the Night.

Mourinho flopped and was too adamant to see his flop in choice of mid-field players where Manchester United outclassed Tottenham.

Like every new coach this season. They win their first few games before reality sets in and starts to bite real hard.

Manchester United on the Other hand got all 3 points deservedly and Ole Gunnar lived to die another day.

Such a great sigh of relief for the under pressure coach who had been churnning in absymal results of late.

The Sack equations and permutation for Ole Gunnar Solksjaer at Man United would seem on the low now with the 3 points from Tottenham in the bag while they have an uphill task at Manchester City staring them in the face.

This is football. Ole Gunnar can go ahead beating Mourinho and still have the last laugh over Guardiola with the Manchester city match.

Deservedly Manchester United were the better side for the night and deserved all three point in their 2-1 victory helping Man United Top Four Push gain momentum with the crucial win.

It was a total Mourinho flop on Manchester United Return to gift Solksjaer this vital victory. The Portuguese had hoped to prove a point to the club that scaked him but got it totally wrong.

Sometimes these managers strategy backfires and you think they have no initial plan.

Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard were at their best but ole gunnar Solksjaer was to take the credit.

Jose's selection was baffling and Tottenham displayed an error-strewn display against a impressive Man United.

Rashford, Lingard and Mason Greenwood were in top flight and at an unusual best.

Marcus Rashford's double goal in the 6th and 49th minute of the game sealed victory for Ole's United.

The matche ended 2-1 on the night in favour of Man United with Dele Alli scoring Tottenham's only goal on the 39th minute.