Manchester united looses to Bournemouth

Manchester United and Bournemouth kicked of the gameweek eleven of the premier league season as the Red Devils loose by a goal which came from the united old boy Joshua King.Joshua king was a united academy player before he left as not making it into the senior team squad.

Bournemouth vs Manchester United
The match which got kicked off as the earliest game of the week by 13:30 pm WAT was all played hard to hard as the reds dominated the start but a goal from the old boy at the 45th minute so Manchester United to run loose to the end of the match therefore dropping three points and as well falling behind all the English big six at the position of eight.

Manchester United

There was only one talking point as the time Anthony Martial dribbled pass the defence till when he was slightly hitter which though didn’t result to a penalty after the match officials looked to it and considered it being only a corner, but at the time Martial was on the floor Bournemouth’s midfielder Lerma which actually chased him till the time he fell on the floor came to harshly talk to him as well as telling him to stand up and not to lay down waiting for a penalty and Martial furiously battered back to Lerma which caused to a fight when Fred and Lerma pushed each other and as we as the whole team players came to right and aswell as separate each other but lerma and Fred later got a booking for the referee at the point the fight was separated.
There came the second half after a goal by King at the last time of the first half but both teams played and still wasn’t opportune to score tho but Manchester United played with more attacking force at that time.
Manchester United’s haul of 13 points from 11 Premier League games this season is their lowest at this stage of a top-flight campaign since 1986-87 (11). Crestfallen. #BOUMUN

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