Date: 16th April 2018 at 10:27am
Written by:
Manchester United
0 – 1
West Bromwich Albion

Old Trafford

Premier League

15/04/2018 4:00 pm

Attendance: 75095

Referee: Tierney

Manchester United West Bromwich Albion
Rodriguez (73)
de Gea Foster
Valencia Nyom
Smalling Dawson
Lindelof Hegazi
Young 75 Gibbs
Herrera 45 Phillips 77
Matic Livermore
58 Brunt 94
Mata McClean
Lukaku Rodriguez
Sanchez Rondon 85


Jones Yacob 94
Rojo Myhill
Martial 58 Sturridge 85
Lingard 45 Sturridge
Rashford 75 Burke
McTominay Krychowiak 77
Pereira Field

Game Statistics

14 Goal attempts 10
4 On Target 4
4 Corners 4
8 Fouls 13
1 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
70 % 30

West Bromwich Albion took a shock victory over Manchester United in Sunday’s Premier League fixture at Old Trafford.

With caretaker manager Darren Moore stating that the draw against Swansea had stopped the rot as we brought to an end our run of successive losses, fans will certainly find that claim easier to swallow with a 1-0 victory over Jose Mourinho’s side.

With Jay Rodriguez finding the net in the 73rd minute of the game to give us the 1-0 victory, it did see Manchester City crowned Premier League Champions for 2017/18 but from our point of view it was the first victory since the win over Brighton back on January 12th and only our fourth win of the entire campaign.

Whilst the result was certainly a boost, avoiding the drop still seems incredibly unlikely as we continue to sit nine points adrift of 17th place and there are only four matches remaining in the season.

Moore was rightly proud of the performance as he spoke to the BBC.

“We played against a really formidable team today, asked a lot of questions, but everyone worked hard and did their jobs. I’m proud for the players and the staff and the way they have acquitted themselves today. I want the players to express themselves, show the outside world what good players they are. I am pleased we managed to show everyone that.”