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[ad_1] Bruno Fernandes was the match-winner for Manchester United at Old TraffordBruno Fernandes scored his 100th career goal to boost Manchester United’s Champions League hopes and end Aston Villa’s 10-match unbeaten run.Fernandes pounced six minutes before half-time after Emiliano Martinez had turned Marcus Rashford’s shot into his path.It sealed a deserved victory for the hosts, who had already gone close through Marcel Sabitzer. United midfielder Casemiro also hit the bar and curled a second-half effort just wide.However, Ezri Konza nearly scrambled a close-range equaliser from a late corner that had been flicked on at the near post, but the Villa…

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[ad_1] Youssef En-Nesyri scored his 50th Sevilla goal to put the hosts aheadManchester United were dumped out of the Europa League following a dreadful performance in defeat to Sevilla.The Spanish side led after eight minutes when Youssef En-Nesyri finished following an error from Harry Maguire.Sevilla doubled their advantage with a looping header from defender Loic Bade, before En-Nesyri again capitalised on a mistake – from goalkeeper David de Gea – to complete the win.United were well below their best as they exited Europe with a whimper.This is the first of a series of potentially season-defining games for United – they…

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[ad_1] Antony’s goal was his first in the Premier League since 9 OctoberAntony scored one and assisted another as Manchester United moved up to third in the Premier League table with a clinical win over Nottingham Forest who missed out on a chance to move out of the relegation zone.The visitors deservedly went in front in the 32nd minute as Antony stabbed home after Forest keeper Keylor Navas had kept out Anthony Martial.And Antony played through Diogo Dalot who slotted in United’s second with 14 minutes remaining.The win puts United three points clear of fourth-placed Newcastle United and six points…

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[ad_1] Mary Earps deflected the ball into her own net for Brighton’s openerManchester United reached their first Women’s FA Cup final with a thrilling victory over Brighton.Second-half substitute Rachel Williams slotted past Lydia Williams in the 89th minute to settle an end-to-end game.Brighton opened the scoring in the first half through a Mary Earps own goal, before Leah Galton equalised for the hosts shortly after the break.Alessia Russo put United ahead but the visitors levelled through Danielle Carter – before Williams struck.More to follow.Line-upsMan Utd WomenFormation 4-2-3-127Earps2Batlle15Le Tissier21Turner6Blundell12Ladd10Zelem11Galton17García7Toone23Russo27Earps2Batlle15Le TissierBooked at 65mins21Turner6Blundell12LaddBooked at 56mins10Zelem11GaltonSubstituted forMannionat 90+1’minutes17GarcíaSubstituted forThomasat 61’minutes7Toone23RussoSubstituted forWilliamsat 78’minutesSubstitutes5Mannion8Bøe Risa9Thomas14Riviere20Tounkara22Parris28Williams29Cascarino32BaggaleyBrighton…

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[ad_1] Brodie Croft’s try was the difference along with a Marc Sneyd penalty goalSalford (6) 14Tries: Croft, Wright Goals: Sneyd 3Castleford (6) 6Tries: Eden Goals: WiddopSalford Red Devils had to graft to overcome a dogged Castleford Tigers in an intense, low-scoring Super League affair on home turf.Only a late Brodie Croft try ensured the hosts were all square at the end of a first half that the Tigers dominated and led through Greg Eden’s score.Both sides had a try chalked off before Shane Wright steamed through to establish the lead for the first time.Marc Sneyd’s penalty goal gave Salford an…

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[ad_1] Marcus Rashford scored his 28th goal for Manchester United in all competitions this seasonManchester United climbed back into the Premier League’s top four by overcoming Brentford at Old Trafford.Marcus Rashford’s 15th Premier League goal of the season – and 28th in all competitions for his club – secured the win.It took United back above Tottenham in the race to qualify for the Champions League, and was the response manager Erik ten Hag needed following Sunday’s defeat at Newcastle.Brentford, who are chasing European qualification, lost for only the second time in 17 Premier League matches.Scott McTominay and Antony went close…

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[ad_1] Manchester United’s performance in the 2-0 defeat to Newcastle United was “unacceptable” and “nowhere near good enough,” says defender Luke Shaw.Erik ten Hag’s side dropped to fourth in the table after being leapfrogged by Newcastle in the race to qualify for next season’s Champions League.The Red Devils have not won – or scored – in their past three league games.”They [Newcastle] wanted it more. At Manchester United that shouldn’t be possible,” Shaw told Sky Sports.The England full-back added: “I don’t think Newcastle won on quality today, they won on desire, passion, hunger, attitude. “We need to realise the problems…

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