Time for MU Back on Track Victory
Jakarta – Manchester United’s six-game winning streak halted when they offset Aston Villa 1-1. Boxing Day 2014, MU had a chance to return to the path they had just left at home to Newcastle United.
Although Louis van Gaal often express dissatisfaction with the performance of his team, Manchester United are now back to the top competition. Successive victory over Crystal Palace, Arsenal, Hull City, Stoke City, Southampton and Liverpool make them penetrate the big three.
But the winning streak halted at the end of last week. A visit to Aston Villa, Wayne Rooney et al could only draw 1-1.
This weekend, in the Boxing Day game, Manchester United had a great chance to get back to winning. At Old Trafford they will host Newcastle United, the team that currently sits in ninth position standings.
Related match held on Boxing Day, MU has a very okay statistics karema they only lost once. The following data and facts such action, as quoted from Opta:
– MU only lost once in 20 Premier League matches held in Boxing Day (W17 D2 L1)
– In 11 games last Boxing Day nine of whom acted Newcastle outside the cage. In that period they lost six times, drawing twice and only won once.
– Jonny Evans scored three goals in three meetings with Newcastle MU. Two he made to the opponent’s goal, one into his own goal.
– Two years ago Chelsea and Newcastle also face each other on Boxing Day. The result was 3-2 for the excellence of the ‘Red Devils‘.
– Newcastle have not won two games in a row at home to Manchester United since March 1935.
– Joint United, Wayne Rooney scored nine goals in 10 first encounter with Newcastle in the Premier League. But in the last five games face the same team he failed to make a goal.
– Robin van Persie scored six goals and three assists in eight mengreasikan installed chance as a starter for the game with Newcastle in the Premier League.
– Manchester United won 49 league victory in a match that was held on 26 December; not one club in England which reached 50 victories on that date.
– Newcastle being the only Premier League clubs who failed to make a goal in the first 30 minutes this season.