Mourinho’s hug for Shaw

Mourinho’s hug for Shaw

After so many months, Luke Shaw returned to play from the early minutes for Manchester United. Shaw’s appearance ended with a hug from Jose Mourinho.

Shaw fill the starting XI of the Red Devils in a 1-0 win when entertaining Bournemouth on Thursday (14/12/2017) early morning hrs. 22-year-old defender was escorting the left side of Manchester United’s defense for 83 minutes before being replaced by Ashley Young.

In the last seven months it was the first time Shaw appeared from the early minutes in a Premier League game. Performance was fairly disappointing.

According to BBC records, throughout the game Shaw contributed three tackles and was able to win six times back from an opposing player. He was pulled out after experiencing cramps.

Shaw left the field with a crowd of audience applause at Old Trafford. On the edge of the field Mourinho also welcomed the player with a hug. After the match, Mourinho complete with the words enhancer motivation.

“I would not say whether he is first choice or second choice, Shaw is an option,” Mourinho said as quoted by the BBC.

“His history contains tremendous injuries and further operations at the end of last season and he needs competitive matches, we have given him that and he has cramps so he has to replace it.”

“I am happy to hear the applause from the audience for him, it gives encouragement to the players concerned,” he said.

Guardiola: City record will be useless without champion

Guardiola: City record will be useless without champion

Manchester City has just carved out the history after shaving Swansea City 4-0. Josep Guardiola revealed, it would be in vain if City fail champion.

In a match at the Liberty Stadium on Thursday (14/12/2017) pm dawn, David Silva became a City star after contributing two goals. Kevin de Bruyne and Sergio Aguero scored two other City goals.

The victory marks that the Citizens have packed 15 consecutive victories in the Premier League. A longest winning streak, which broke Arsenal’s previous record of 14 in 2002.

More importantly, with those three extra points City kept the advantage 11 points away from nearest rivals Manchester United, who in another game won 1-0 at Bournemouth headquarters.

City manager Guardiola is happy after his team created this record. However, Guardiola stressed that the final result is calculated aka Premier League title.

“This record means big – scoring 15 consecutive wins is a wonderful thing,” Guardiola said. “The records are there to break, but at this level it’s so competitive now, managers, players, analysts, and that means we’re also mentally tough.”

“Naturally your concentration may decrease slightly, but when you do it 15 times in a row then that means every day you stay focused.”

“There are a lot of wonderful teams in history, Liverpool, Manchester United under Sir Alex Ferguson and Chelsea with Jose Mourinho There are a lot of good teams but we are the first team to win 15 consecutive times. Bayern Munich. ”

“Of course it’s a nonsense if we do not win the championship title, it’s just a record, but it will be broken too, but it will not be easy to win 15 consecutive games in the Premier League, which is so complicated.”

City faces a major challenge to extend its record at the weekend. David Silva et al. will host Tottenham Hotspur, Saturday (17/12) pm dawn.

So Favorite, Portugal Reluctantly Moroccan and Iran

So Favorite, Portugal Reluctantly Moroccan and Iran

Portugal coach, Fernando Santos, admits his team and Spain is a favorite in the group Judi bola. But that does not mean Morocco and Iran can be underestimated.

On drawing in Moscow on Friday (1 / 12/2017), Portugal as a team pot 1 and also European champions joined in Group B with 2010 world champions Spain, Iran and Morocco.

“The group is dangerous and deceive – Portugal should accept that we are one of the favorites but if you look a bit more observant, you can see this group is very difficult,” said Santos as quoted by Soccerway.

“As I always say, Spain is his favorite here,” he continued.

Although Portugal and Spain are relatively favored to advance to the last 16, Santos does not want to look at one eye Morocco and Iran as another team in the group. The reason the two countries went to Russia unbeaten in the qualifying session.

Iran in the hands of Carlos Queiroz who is the former coach of Portugal certainly knows the ins and outs of Selecao Das Quinas. While Morocco has many players who graze in Europe.

“Morocco scored many goals and conceded that showed the strength of the team, there are some players who played in Portugal, Benatia played for Juventus, and also qualified coaches.

“Iran also performed well in qualifying, this is their second time in the World Cup, experienced players and coaches, one of the World Cup experience, they also performed well, never lost, only conceded a goal in the last game when they have qualified. It will be a very tough tournament, “lid Santos.