Europa now Mour­inho’s main pri­or­ity

Lesotho Times - - Sport -

MANCH­ESTER — Jose Mour­inho (pic­tured) has al­ready made the Europa League Manch­ester United’s main pri­or­ity this sea­son, even though an ef­fi­cient vic­tory over Sun­der­land means they are still in the hunt for a top four fin­ish.

United were able to cruise to an easy win on Wear­side as their hosts, al­ready trail­ing to Zla­tan Ibrahi­movic’s ex­cel­lent goal, were re­duced to ten men be­fore half time when Seb Lars­son was con­tro­ver­sially show a red card for a foul on An­der Her­rera.

That is pre­cisely what Mour­inho wanted ahead of the first leg of their Europa League quar­ter-fi­nal against An­der­lecht on Thurs­day and he is no longer con­flicted when it comes to set­ting his team’s tar­gets.

Jose Mour­inho has al­ready made the Europa League Manch­ester United’s main pri­or­ity this sea­son, even though an ef­fi­cient vic­tory over Sun­der­land means they are still in the hunt for a top four fin­ish.

United were able to cruise to an easy win on Wear­side as their hosts, al­ready trail­ing to Zla­tan Ibrahi­movic’s ex­cel­lent goal, were re­duced to ten men be­fore half time when Seb Lars­son was con­tro­ver­sially show a red card for a foul on An­der Her­rera.

That is pre­cisely what Mour­inho wanted ahead of the first leg of their Europa League quar­ter-fi­nal against An­der­lecht on Thurs­day and he is no longer con­flicted when it comes to set­ting his team’s tar­gets.

Jose Mour­inho has al­ready made the Europa League Manch­ester United’s main pri­or­ity this sea­son, even though an ef­fi­cient vic­tory over Sun­der­land means they are still in the hunt for a top four fin­ish.

United were able to cruise to an easy win on Wear­side as their hosts, al­ready trail­ing to Zla­tan Ibrahi­movic’s ex­cel­lent goal, were re­duced to ten men be­fore half time when Seb Lars­son was con­tro­ver­sially show a red card for a foul on An­der Her­rera.

That is pre­cisely what Mour­inho wanted ahead of the first leg of their Europa League quar­ter­fi­nal against An­der­lecht to­day­day and he is no longer con­flict­ed­cted when it comes to set­ting his team’s tar­gets.

Jose Mour­inho has al­readyady made the Europa League Manch­ester United’s main pri­or­i­tyrity this sea­son, even though an ef­fi­cient vic­tory over Sun­der­lan­dand means they are still in the huntunt for a top four fin­ish.

United were able to cruisee to an easy win on Wear­side as their heir hosts, al­ready trail­ing to Zla­tan­tan Ibrahi­movic’s ex­cel­lent goal,oal, were re­duced to ten men be­fore­fore half time when Seb Lars­son was con­tro­ver­sially show a red car­dard for a foul on An­der Her­rera.

That is pre­cisely what Mour­inho wanted ahead of the first leg of their Europa League quar­ter-fi­nal against An­der­lecht on Thurs­day and he is no longerger con­flicted when it comes to set­ting his team’s tar­gets.

— Tele­graph

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