English Premier League results, Manchester United Lost from the Promotion Team
Huddersfield Town had to wait 46 years to beat England’s most successful team, Manchester United S88poker.com.
After the last time they met in 1971, the two teams once again met in the Premier League, England’s first caste, at John Smith Stadium on Saturday (21/10/2017).
Huddersfield who notabene promotion team, won 2-1 thanks to the slips Aaron Mooy and Laurent Depoitre. Manchester United can only reply through Marcus Rashford.
First, in the 28th minute, Mooy utilize a wild ball from Thomas Ince’s kick to open the scoring in this match.
The next attack again led to goals for Huddersfield Town. This time, the promotion team launched a long pass through goalkeeper Jonas Lossi.
Laurent Depoitre sprints to catch the ball, tricks Victor Lindelof, and conquers David De Gea. Jonas Lossi was recorded as an assistant printer for the goal.
On the other hand, Manchester United looked dull in the first half. Despite mastering 74.3 percent of the game, the Red Devils team is only able to release a shot right on target.
The minor performance sparked two substitutions by manager Jose Mourinho at the start of the second half. He drew Anthony Martial and Juan Mata, then included Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Marcus Rashford.
Mourinho’s decision is quite telling because Rashford cut the distance in the 78th minute. Standing at the far post, he welcomed a Romelu Lukaku cross with a header into the corner of the net.
Only, the second goal is waiting for the visitors did not come until the long whistle. A 2-1 score for Huddersfield Town victory closed the match.
With this defeat, Manchester United did not move from second place with a collection of 20 points from nine games.
However, they are five points behind Manchester City, who win over Burnley at the same time.
Huddersfield Town 2-1 Manchester United (Aaron Mooy 28 ‘; Laurent Depoitre 33’ – Marcus Rashford 78 ‘)
Composition of players
Huddersfield Town: 1-Jonas Lossl; 2-Tom Smith, 25-Mathias Joergensen, 26-Christopher Schindler, 15-Chris Loewe; 6-Jonathan Hogg, 19-Daniel Williams; 22-Thomas Ince, 10-Aaron Mooy, 9-Elias Kachunga (17-Rajiv van La Parra 39 ‘); 20-Laurent Depoitre (24-Steve Mounie 70 ‘)
Manager: David Wagner
Manchester United: 1-David De Gea; 25-Antonio Valencia, 4-Phil Jones (2-Victor Lindelof 23 ‘), 12-Chris Smalling, 18-Ashley Young; 21-Ander Herrera, 31-Nemanja Matic; 8-Juan Eye (22-Henrikh Mkhitaryan 46 ‘), 14-Jesse Lingard, 11-Anthony Martial (19-Marcus Rashford 46’); 9-Romelu Lukaku
Manager: Jose Mourinho
Referee: Lee Mason