When Marcus Rashford's late winner hit the net at Hull, the crazy celebrations were not confined to a raucous 3,000 travelling Manchester United fans in the away end at the KCOM Stadium. Six hundred miles across the North Sea, 1,000 supporters fans erupted in The Scotsman.
The four-level pub is located on Oslo's main shopping street and is busy whenever the club play, with almost all of the games televised. On Saturday, it had been hired out by for 35th anniversary celebrations by United's Scandinavian...
MAN CITY: Goalkeeper Joe Hart is set to join Italian side Torino on a season-long loan.
The 29-year-old is currently training with the England squad ahead of two World Cup qualifiers but has been given permission to leave the camp and fly to Turin to tie up a deal, a source has told ESPN FC.
Hart is expected to have a medical on Wednesday before completing a move that will keep him at the Serie A side until the end of the season.
Marcus Rashford, thanks to a brilliant assist from Wayne Rooney, claimed a last-minute winner for Manchester United as they prevailed 1-0 away to Hull City on Saturday after a sluggish performance.
Perhaps United underestimated Hull, who were superbly organised in defence and broke with purpose, but the away side had such a weight of attacking talent that the immense pressure at the end eventually told.
Manager Jose Mourinho's introduction of Rashford and Henrikh Mkhitaryan helped change the game,...
KINGSTON UPON HULL, England -- Three quick thoughts from Manchester United's 1-0 Premier League win over Hull City on Saturday at the KCOM Stadium.
1. Rashford's late heroics keep Man United perfect
Jose Mourinho stood with the rain pouring on him and wondering how he could break a deadlock against a dogged, newly promoted Hull City side. It looked as though the answer would not come as the game entered its closing minutes.
Mourinho had made a crucial change with 20 minutes to go, though,...