Brighton Secure Premier League survival

Securing Premier League survival "means everything" to Brighton said manager Chris Hughton after the Seagulls' 1-0 win over Manchester United ensured another season in the top flight. Pascal Gross' header from Jose Izquierdo's cross was cleared by Marcos Rojo - but from just behind the line, with goalline technology awarding the

Ander Herrera sends United to FA Cup final

Manchester United booked their place in the FA Cup final with a 2-1 victory over Tottenham in a thrilling encounter at Wembley. Ander Herrera was the unlikely United hero, firing a 62nd-minute winner after Alexis Sanchez cancelled out Dele Alli's opener in a pulsating first half. Spurs scored inside the first minute

Man City can’t stop United- David De Gea

David De Gea has warned Manchester City they will face a confident and in-form Manchester United side this weekend. All the questions in the build-up to Sunday's Manchester derby have been about how United can stop a City team that has won 14 of their first 15 Premier League games this

Ashley Young bags brace in United win

​Ashley Young scored twice against his old club as Manchester United beat Watford in the Premier League. United weathered late pressure from the hosts, having netted three goals in 13 first-half minutes to cut the deficit to five points on unbeaten leaders Manchester City Young drilled in a precise finish from the

Lukaku “Fit Again” After Ankle Knock- Vertonghen

The Belgian international suffered a slight injury during the International break, but his Belgian colleague says he is ready for Premier League resumption. Romelu Lukaku is "back and fit again", according to Jan Vertonghen, with the Manchester United striker ready for a crunch tie with Liverpool. The Manchester United striker nursed a

Zlatan Ibrahimovic nets on Premier League debut

Zlatan Ibrahimovic netted a 25-yard stunner on his Premier League debut as Manchester United won 3-1 at Bournemouth on Sunday at the Vitality Stadium. It was virtually the perfect start for Jose Mourinho on his return to the English top flight, as his side secured the Portuguese his first Premier League

Sunderland sign United duo

​Sunderland have completed the signing of Manchester United's Paddy McNair and Donald Love for a combined £5.5m. Both 21-year-olds have signed four-year deals and are reunited with former United boss David Moyes on Wearside. Full-back Love, meanwhile, leaves United after making just two senior appearances, both under Louis van Gaal last season. Moyes