Manchester United congratulated themselves with an emphatic 4-0 victory over Ligue 2 side Yeovil Town in the fourth round of the FA Cup. The game certainly was the best present for José Mourinho, who turned 55 on the very same day.
Marcus Rashford opened the score in the 41st minute following a shaky display from the home team’s defense. Ander Herrera doubled United’s lead in the 61st minute after a well-organized counter-attack. Jesse Lingard also put his name on the scoresheet, making it 3-0, while Romelu Lukaku wrapped up the final 4-0 in favour of the Red Devils during the stoppage time of the game.Opinion: Solskjaer needs patience from Manchester United Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – As we enter into one of the most complicated moments for Solskjaer, we believe Manchester United needs to be patient with him.Ole Gunnar Solskjaer…
The big news around the game, however, was the debut of Alexis Sanchez who joined Manchester United from Arsenal a few days ago. The Chilean took part in the build up that lead to the first two goals for his team before getting substituted in the second half.
This was also Mourinho’s 100th game in charge of the Red Devils and his current managerial record for the clubs looks the following: Played 100, Won 62, Drawn 23, Lost 15. Another interesting fact regarding Mourinho’s reign is that Zlatan still remains the highest scoring striker for United under the rule of the Portuguese tactician.