Manchester United Key Star Reportedly To Miss Today's Game Against AC Milan
By Sports1 | self meida writer
Published 27 days ago - 3 views
Manchester United today they will be heading into the of Europa League without their key star the likes of Edison Cavani and Paul Pogba.Cavani and Pogba are known for good work and experience.team work they usually do while they are in the Game. last time the two side mate it was a draw 1-1 at Old Traford today United are in Italian San Siro to face once of the hardest teams in Italy currently.AC Milan are currently among top side fighting to challenges for Serie A title. now and they have been impressing over top side taking points from top teams. Today's game they will be without their top Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic. who is currently sadeline with injury problem.the former Manchester United Striker has been impressing in ltaly scoring goals and providing assist for the Milan side.Manager feel after securing once point at Old Traford last week. it will be great chance to seal the game today at home ground. Manchester need to put more effort to get a win to proceed next round.
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