Louis van Gaal’s red and white army yet again settled for an unsatisfactory 0-0 result. A game in which the home team could have won comfortably by a minimum of 3 goals ended in a frustrating draw. Manchester United lost 2 essential points as the poor performance in the second half costed them the game. The Red Devils has a lively first half.

The players were energetic and put up a lovely game of attacking football. The shots were on target and it was seen that the players were hungry for goals. Until half time the home team was dominating the Blues.

In the second half, Manchester United committed the mistake of letting the game loose and eventually missed out on the dominance which they were enjoying in the former half of the game. The players struggled to convert the chances and the performance wasn’t up to the mark. Yet again the team ended on a 0-0 draw and the fans were gutted to see so.

The team genuinely deserved a victory, however let’s not forget this was Chelsea in its worst form and not the mighty Chelsea we all know of.

The result has brought in the question about LvG’s managerial position again. Will this be the end of the Dutchman’s reign at the club? Will LvG’s era come to an end at Old Trafford? Will the club terminate van Gaal’s contract? Tough to answer the questions, isn’t it?

Well, LvG could be given more time after this result since the lads have shown efforts in fighting for the manager. The performance put up today was far better than their previous games and maybe this could award some more time for the manager at the club.

Contrary to this, surprisingly a lot of fans were seen with scarfs which read ‘Mourinho’ and had a Man United crest next to it. Several banners of ‘Mourinho In’ were also seen in the stadium. It is safe to say that the fans want the Dutchman out of the club even if the board doesn’t. 

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    18 year old female football writer who has found her place in a male dominant world of football. Manchester United aficionado. Vidic & Chicharito obsessed.

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