Solskjær's simple plan hints at red dawn for new-look Manchester United | Barney Ronay

26 July 2020 07:48
The win at Leicester offered few thrills but the no-frills way it clinched Champions League football will do United no harmThey’re back, baby, they’re back. Back with a whimper perhaps, at the end of an edgy, sluggish, winning performance at the King Power Stadium. But Manchester United are back in the Champions League all the same, fourth place secured with a slow-burn 2-0 defeat of Leicester City.This being planet Earth in the year 2020, it came in the strangest of circumstances. Seven minutes into injury time on a muggy late-July day Jesse Lingard could be seen rolling the ball into an empty net in front of a row of inspirational tarpaulins. Related: Manchester United seal Champions League spot with win as Leicester miss out Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian