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Martial Strikes Late As Man United Beat Tottenham 1-0 At Old Trafford



Anthony Martial

Anthony Martial scored a late winner as Manchester United earned a narrow 1-0 win over Tottenham at Old Trafford on Saturday.

The Frenchman, who had replaced Marcus Rashford as a second-half substitute, latched on to Romelu Lukaku’s flick on to beat Hugo Lloris with 10 minutes to go.

In a tight contest, Dele Alli missed Spurs’ best chance from close range before Martial’s late heroics.

The result leaves United three points clear of Spurs and in the second spot on the table while the Mauricio Pochettino wards are third on 20 points.



  1. Iniobong Robert

    October 28, 2017 at 5:17 pm

    nice, but utd play old school footbat

  2. Christopher Ochini

    October 28, 2017 at 2:51 pm


  3. Samuel Okparaocha

    October 28, 2017 at 2:18 pm

    Up United

  4. Emma Prince

    October 28, 2017 at 1:51 pm

    Welcome to old Trafford.

  5. Andrew Fineface Okenna

    October 28, 2017 at 1:47 pm

    man u for life

  6. Bonny Rossetti

    October 28, 2017 at 1:44 pm

    Narrow escape for Manchester United….

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BREAKING: Manchester United Agree To Extend Ighalo’s Loan Deal From Chinese Club



Manchester United have agreed on a deal to extend Odion Ighalo’s loan until the end of January 2021, pending formal approval.

Ighalo initially joined Manchester United in a Deadline Day move from Shanghai Shenhua in January and scored four times in eight appearances in all competitions prior to the suspension of the Premier League.

According to Skysports, his current deal at Shenhua runs out in December 2022 and he will be expected to sign a contract offer until the end of 2024 worth £400,000 a week.

Similarly, Ighalo’s agent has confirmed the forward is set to extend his stay at Manchester United for another seven months.

He will now miss the majority of the 2020 Chinese Super League season, which is scheduled to begin in June.

Shanghai’s original stance was that they would only agree to extend his loan if an obligation to buy was incorporated into the deal, with Ighalo likely to cost upwards of £20m.

However, with border restrictions potentially preventing Ighalo from returning to China in time for the new season, Ighalo’s parent club have softened their stance and have allowed him to extend his stay at Old Trafford.

Additionally, Ighalo made a personal request to his parent club to extend his time at United, with the boyhood fan keen to finish what he started after netting four goals in eight appearances since joining on deadline day.

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Chelsea Reportedly In Talks With Leicester Over Nigeria’s Wilfred Ndidi



Wilfred Ndidi

Highly rated Nigerian international, Winifred Ndidi, is said to be a possible replacement for Jorginho, who is believed to be linked with a move to Juventus.

Ndidi who joined Leicester from Belgian side, Genk, in 2017, has been in superb form for the foxes attracting interest from the likes of Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain. reports that Chelsea could need a defensive midfielder as Jorginho could be heading to Juventus to reunite with former boss Maurizio Sari, although Frank Lampard insists that the Italian is not for sale.

The 23-year old is valued at 40 million Euros by Leicester city and has a contract til 2024

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Premier League Set To Resume On June 17



Premier League football is poised to return after a three-month shutdown, with top-flight games in England provisionally set to resume on Wednesday, June 17.

The resumption of soccer in England follows Germany’s Bundesliga, which began play last week. It adds momentum to a comeback of sports, with several North American leagues also making plans to find a way back to play. Serie A, which has been suspended since March 10 in hard-hit Italy, announced on Thursday that it would also return, on June 20.

The Premier League’s return would come after weeks of uncertainty amid disagreement among teams over the possibilities. Germany’s successful return to action earlier this month, with the league completing two rounds of action without incident, helped build consensus among executives of England’s leading teams who would have faced huge losses should the season be called off.

The agreement still requires final clearance from British authorities.

In recent days, momentum had been building that the league would return to action after similar moves to complete the season without fans in a growing number of leagues across Europe. English teams earlier this week agreed to protocols for the resumption of full contact practice, a necessary step before competing in games again.

The first games on the schedule will be Aston Villa hosting Sheffield United and Arsenal’s visit to Manchester City. Those games were postponed earlier in the season because of a clash in the calendar.

Several setbacks had suggested that the Premier League might not find a solution to completing the season. Some players raised doubts about returning to action during the pandemic, and a number of smaller teams objected to the possibility of having to play the remaining games at neutral sites. Some of the more high-profile games are almost certain to be played at secondary venues to help manage crowds.

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