BOURNEMOUTH JOSHUA KING’S GOAL DOWN MANCHESTER UNITED.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer saw Manchester United ’s ongoing picking of form by his players came to an abrupt end by Bournemouth’s Joshua King lone strike.

 

Joshua King, Bournemouth striker, 27, produced an excellent display and scored a goal at half time a tremendous pass from Adam Smith which the defence line felt to deal with and he made no mistake in putting the ball pass David De Gea in goal for Manchester United in the 45th minute of the 1st half and that was all Bournemouth needed to down Manchester United.
In the 2nd half, the Red Devils pressed for an equalizer but to no avail, the 49th minute of the 2nd half Ryan Fraser (Bournemouth) forced an excellent save by David De Gea which could have put the home side 2 goals up.

 

 

FRED AND LERMA CLASH

BOURNEMOUTH VS MANCHESTER UNITED MATCH STATISTICS
The match statistically Manchester United had an excellent display, 15 goal attempts while Bournemouth had 12. Manchester United had 4 shots on goal Bournemouth 6; Manchester United bagged 3 yellow cards, 4 for their opponent. Goalkeeper saves 5 for Manchester and 4 for Bournemouth, Ball possession 42% for the home side while the Red Devils has 58%. Corner Kicks 4 for the home side while the Red Devils had 10. Fouls committed by the home side 14 against Manchester United’s 12.

 

 

MANCHESTER UNITED AT THE 10TH POSITION WITH 13TH POINTS AFTER 11 MATCHES

DAVID DE GEA SHOWING HIS FRUSTRATIONS

Bournemouth tops Manchester United in the English Premiership table having 16 points after 11 matches in the premiership while Manchester United has 13 points after the same number of matches.

Manchester United went for this match after 2-1 win from the Carabao cup in midweek with Chelsea. After the International break Manchester United had been unbeaten in all matches they had played.
Having drawn Liverpool the premiership League leader so far this season, with a 1-1 draw against league leaders Liverpool with winnings over Partizan Belgrade, Norwich and Chelsea. Losing to Bournemouth is really a bad time for the Coaching crew led by Ole Gunnar Solksjaer and the entire squad.

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