It is no news that Manchester United (Male Team) are under performing this season especially judging by the wealth of talent they have in their squad. The return of the lethal and prolific Cristiano Ronaldo to Old Trafford meant that the Red Devils have added firepower in attack including the likes of Edinson Cavani, Mason Greenwood, Marcus Rashford, Bruno Fernandes, Anthony Martial, and the recently-promoted Anthony Elanga all vying for a starting role.
Despite their impressive crop of players in attack, they have found it hard to score goals this season, having netted 36 goals in the 22 games they have played so far. City, on the other hand, have scored an impressive 55 goals so far in their 23 games and it goes on to show just how much distance exists between the two rivals in terms of quality.
Manchester United Women have been quite impressive this season and have put in laudable performances in their division, raising questions like why their Male colleagues can’t perform likewise in their own league. The female team lie third in the Women’s Super League table with 24 points after 12 games played, just five points off the top spot occupied by Arsenal Women.
It’s an impressive position they’re in currently and fans are demanding that the male team perform better and should be the ones setting the standards instead of it happening the other way round. The Premier League is currently on break and United continue their season with a trip to Turf Moor to take on Burnley as they look to build on their 1-0 win over West Ham