MU will play round 11 of the English Premier League with the determination to regain the joy of victory when playing “Sledgehammer” by old David Moyes in the context of the “Red Devils” who just lost PSG in the Champions League. North London Derby between Tottenham and Arsenal is also a very remarkable match.
The painful 1-3 defeat against PSG at Old Trafford on December 3 not only caused MU to end the 4-win streak in all competitions, but also pushed them to face the risk of being eliminated early in the Champions. League if you lose to RB Leipzig in the middle of next week.
Before thinking about a trip to thunderstorm in Germany, “Red Devils” have another concern. That was when MU had to go to London to face West Ham and meet the old man David Moyes. The Scottish military rulers were once referred to as “The Chosen One” to succeed great country strategist Sir Alex Ferguson. But Moyes was a big disappointment and was sacked in 2014 by the “red half of Manchester”.
After leaving MU, he traveled through many clubs such as Real Sociedad and Sunderland before leading West Ham in 2017. This season, David Moyes’ “sledgehammer” is playing well beyond expectations. West Ham has won 3 consecutive matches and is ranked 5th in the Premier League with 17 points, just 1 point behind the top 4.
If Leicester City stumbled as a guest of Sheffield United’s bottom team, while “The Hammers” won against MU, the West London team could completely take the fourth place of “The Fox”. MU will have to be very vigilant when coming to London to play West Ham this weekend.
However, MU’s performance from home this season is very good when they have won all four matches in the Premier League’s opponents, the last time was when they struggled to overcome Southampton 3 -2 in the position of being defeated by the home team St. Mary’s lead to 2 goals on November 29.