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LASK 0-5 United: 5 Things We Learnt As United Lashed LASK.

Amid fears of COVID-19, Manchester United were forced to play behind closed doors for the first time in their history. The absence of fans did not prevent Olè's boys from spraying goals like money in a Naija party. Here are five lessons learnt from the five-goal lashing: 1. ODION IGHA-GOAL The Naija born Odion Ighalo has been on fire for United. He has scored in every game he has started in with 4 goals in 3 starts. His goal today was super. After some fantastic controls taking the ball to his left, right and left again, Igha-goal released a 'Shaka-boom' and all the goalkeeper saw was a ball dancing 'one-corner' inside the net. 2 . GOOD TIMES These are good times indeed for United with 11 games unbeaten, 9 clean sheets and 29 goals in all competitions. Olè has now equalled his own record again for longest unbeaten run for Manchester United. The team spirit is high, the attitude and mentality is changing and  we are dominating games we should

United 2-0 City. 5 Things We Learnt As United Crushed City At Old Trafford

The 182nd Manchester derby ended with a red painting of the city of Manchester as United demolished their noisy neighbours 2-0. Here are five things #ManUtdNaijaFM learnt for the sweet derby victory: 1. PEP IN THE POCKET It is official!!! Olè 'Ugonna' Solskjaer has put Pep Guardiola in his pocket. Olè has now beaten him three times in four games this season. To add 'maggi' to the matter, this is the first time in 10 years that United have beaten City home and away in the Premier league. 3. WHAT A GOLDEN JUBILEE Today was Olè's 50th EPL game in charge of Manchester United as manager. Indeed, there was no better way of celebrating it than claiming a derby victory spiced with a clean sheet!! To add 'tatasè to the stew', this was United's 10th game unbeaten with 24 goals scored between. 3. ANTHONY 'IKECHUKWU' MARTIAL. The French 'embarraser-in-chief' of right backs has been in fine form for United. His goal toda

Everton 1-1 United: 5 Things We Learnt As United Slipped At Goodison Park

It was a tough afternoon at Goodison park as Manchester United and Everton settled for a 1-1 draw. It was a drama-filled encounter at the end with Everton Boss Carlo Ancelotti picking up a red card after 90minutes. Here's what #ManUtdNaijaFM learnt from the Sunday afternoon draw: 1. VILLAGE PEOPLE AGAIN How our dear David 'Osinachi' De Gea gave such an assist to Calvert-Lewin was beyond imagination. Unbelievable to say the least. We can only explain it in a Naija way- 'very strong village people!!'. They obviously came today in a coconut shell, carrying all their drums. Well, it's one of those days in football. 2. BEST SIGNING SO FAR Following the end of the January transfer window, VAR has turned out to be United's best signing so far. 'He' has saved us so many points, including the one today....though rightfully so. We only pray 'he' doesn't score an own goal against us soon. 3. BRUNO 'OLISEH' FERNANDES The Po

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