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Can Alexis Sanchez and Man United bounce back? Will Liverpool get revenge?

If If If If If there was any notion that Alexis Sanchez could be a panacea for Manchester United’s away form against the rest of the “big six,” it was blown away inside the first 11 seconds of the Chilean’s Premier League debut for his new club.

In one of the most calamitous halves of football this season, Jose Mourinho’s side immediately found themselves 1-0 down to Tottenham, with Phil Jones then slicing home a spectacular second before the half-hour mark. Keep this up, and it won’t be long before Sanchez is shooting his teammates the sideways glances that became so familiar towards the end of his spell at Arsenal.

Mourinho’s record in trips to Spurs, Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal has reached a critical stage. It now reads: one win, three draws and five defeats in nine matches; four goals scored and 12 conceded. On the one hand it might point to a weakness in the team’s mentality, but another view, supported by the way Spurs poured through the midfield on Wednesday, is that Mourinho has failed to adapt his tactics accordingly.there was any notion that Alexis Sanchez could be a panacea for Manchester United’s away form against the rest of the “big six,” it was blown away inside the first 11 seconds of the Chilean’s Premier League debut for his new club.

In one of the most calamitous halves of football this season, Jose Mourinho’s side immediately found themselves 1-0 down to Tottenham, with Phil Jones then slicing home a spectacular second before the half-hour mark. Keep this up, and it won’t be long before Sanchez is shooting his teammates the sidewIf there was any notion that Alexis Sanchez could be a panacea for Manchester United’s away form against the rest of the “big six,” it was blown away inside the first 11 seconds of the Chilean’s Premier League debut for his new club.

In one of the most calamitous halves of football this season, Jose Mourinho’s side immediately found themselves 1-0 down to Tottenham, with Phil Jones then slicing home a spectacular second before the half-hour mark. Keep this up, and it won’t be long before Sanchez is shooting his teammates the sideways glances that became so familiar towards the end of his spell at Arsenal.

Mourinho’s record in trips to Spurs, Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal has reached a critical stage. It now reads: one win, three draws and five defeats in nine matches; four goals scored and 12 conceded. On the one hand it might point to a weakness in the team’s mentality, but another view, supported by the way Spurs poured through the midfield on Wednesday, is that Mourinho has failed to adapt his tactics accordingly.vIf there was any notion that Alexis Sanchez could be a panacea for Manchester United’s away form against the rest of the “big six,” it was blown away inside the first 11 seconds of the Chilean’s Premier League debut for his new club.

In one of the most calamitous halves of football this season, Jose Mourinho’s side immediately found themselves 1-0 down to Tottenham, with Phil Jones then slicing home a spectacular second before the half-hour mark. Keep this up, and it won’t be long before Sanchez is shooting his teammates the sideways glances that became so familiar towards the end of his spell at Arsenal.

Mourinho’s record in trips to Spurs, Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal has reached a critical stage. It now reads: one win, three draws and five defeats in nine matches; four goals scored and 12 conceded. On the one hand it might point to a weakness in the team’s mentality, but another view, supported by the way Spurs poured through the midfield on Wednesday, is that Mourinho has failed to adapt his tactics accordingly.vays glances that became so familiar towards the end of his spell at Arsenal.

Mourinho’s record in trips to Spurs, Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal has reached a critical stage. It now reads: one win, three draws and five defeats in nine matches; four goals scored and 12 conceded. On the one hand it might point to a weakness in the team’s mentality, but another view, supported by the way Spurs poured through the midfield on Wednesday, is that Mourinho has failed to adapt his tactics accordingly.

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