David Moyes has struggled in his first season at Manchester United and it had led to several fans and pundits to write off the Red Devils as a spent force. However, they have slowly showed signs of revival as the season has progressed.
Their quest to qualify for the Champions League next season via the Premier League may be out of their reach, but after two impressive displays in a week against Bayern Munich and Newcastle United, they have reason to be optimistic.
There is still an awareness that consistency is the problem despite back to back Premier League wins, but Manchester United have shown more than enough evidence in recent weeks to suggest they will be in the title race next season.
Mata’s beautiful goal v Newcastle! Great composure! https://t.co/7HT6lBiLWx
— Football Vines (@Footy_Vines) April 5, 2014
Thank you Jose mourinho for Juan Mata that such lovely gift — Muhammad Bassa (@Bassa_Mufc) April 5, 2014
— FootballFanCast.com (@FootballFanCast) April 5, 2014
Javier Hernandez’s record is phenomenal for Man Utd. In 83 starts, 43 goals. A Bench man.
— eddy (@ediological) April 5, 2014
— RedMancunian (@RedMancunian) April 5, 2014
Adnan Januzaj’s Goal to make it 4-0! What a Special Player! http://t.co/eMYHzYYvRL
— Football Vertex (@Football_Vertex) April 5, 2014
— LiveFootball (@livefootball) April 5, 2014
Gotta say the linkup play between Mata, Januzaj, Kagawa was excellent. Some top goals and confidence high going into the Bayern game #MUFC
— Jay (@desiboi) April 5, 2014
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) April 5, 2014
Kagawa play 90 min – team 100% win Kagawa play 90 min – team 100% win Kagawa play 90 min – team 100% win Kagawa play 90 min – team 100% win
— Evil Kagawa (@evilkagawa) April 5, 2014
Blimey. United have scored FOUR. The best away record in the League is still intact. #MUFC
— Denise Evans (@DeniseEvansMEN) April 5, 2014
If we could have won our home games. We would be right up their this year. Our away record has been great #MUFC
— marty (@Marty_MUFC) April 5, 2014