Jose Mourinho sets to visit Old Trafford as a manager for the first time since his dismissal. He returns with his new in form team, Tottenham Hotspurs for the Premier League game against Manchester United on Wednesday.
Mourinho’s Spurs have three of three consecutive wins since his appointment. Premier League win over West Ham United and Bournemouth. To the moderate 4-2 comeback success over Olympiakos in the Champions League.
However, it has not been a complete glory for Mourinho’s club as they conceive two goals each in the three wins. His defending ability needs ultimate improvement to lower the defence pressure.
Consequently, December will be difficult for the Spurs as they face attacking opponents. The trip to United, Bayern Munich for Champions League and Wolverhampton, also home game with Chelsea are barriers.
Subsequently, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer visits base rival, Manchester City after Spurs then cap it off with Arsenal on January 1st.
In relation, Solskjaer’s side might be skeptical in their home game with Mourinho’s side on Wednesday. Because point loss is certain in the tougher matches ahead of the Red Devils.
However, with United scoring at least two goals and conceded in each of their past three League games. Obviously will try scoring at least once, and this could lead to Spurs defeat if not their defence is not healthy.
Man U boss who is currently struggling for his job might end his tenure if lost against Mourinho. He is giving less to his promises while he became a caretaker after the exit of Mourinho in 2018. Will the Portuguese football manager be the reason for the Norwegian football manager’s dismissal?
United have lost more matches than they have won under Solskjaer and another loss here might end his reigns. The Red Devils are 9th after 14 games, with just one win in their last ten away games. While at eight-point gap with the top four.
This is a period of managers dismissals, they have to be very careful in their delivery ability for their clubs. Premier League bosses Unai Emery, Mauricio Pochettino and Quique Sanchez Flores have all just lost their jobs. But Solskjaer is not worried about his own case.