Manchester United has been dealt a huge blow after their host, Southampton took an early in the first half after scoring their first goal in the new season.
Southampton's goal came as a result of a deflection where Bruno Fernandes was barged off giving Adams a clear chance to shoot a nice shot that went past David Degea.
This is an important match for Manchester United because it's end will determine whether they will earn three points to boost their points or not. The Red Devils need to secure three points in this match against Southampton to ensure they remain at the top of the English Premier League table.
Despite Southampton taking an early lead in the first half, statistics from the match shows that has recorded a passing accuracy of 79%, 2 shots on target, 6 fouls among other impressive performance signs that shows their likelihood of improving their results in the second half of the match.
Manchester United is currently placed at the 7th position on the EPL table hence need to secure more points that will make them move among the top three.
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