The Premier League has kicked off and it’s time for Manchester United to play its home opener. They’ll welcome Southampton on Aug. 19. This is going to be one exciting game HollywoodLife.com wants you to see it. Click to watch.
Man. United better have dusted off Old Trafford and made sure their beloved stadium was nice and clean. After all, they have guests coming over. Southampton’s coming over to play and this class between The Saints and the Red Devils is going to be divine. The action starts at 3:00 PM ET so be ready to witness ever tackle, kick and – say it proudly – goaaaaaaaal!
Soccer fans can watch this game either on USA or via NBC Sport’s official live stream (after entering their cable/satellite information.) CLICK HERE TO WATCH MANCHESTER UNITED VS SOUTHAMPTON LIVE STREAM.
Manchester kicked off the 2016-17 Premier League with a bang, dropping Bournemouth in a massive 3-1 win, per SB Nation. It seems picking up Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 34, from Paris Saint-Germain was a good move, as the Swedish soccer superstar scored in his very first game with his new squad. Wayne Rooney, 30, and Henrikh Mkhitaryan, 27, also netted the ball in, though Southampton is a far greater challenge than Bournemouth.
Will the price Man U paid for Paul Pogba, 23, pay off? The French player, who was transferred from Juventus for a record-breaking $118 million dollars and he’s set to make his triumphant return to Man U. However, manager Jose Mourinho, 53, has warned fans not to get too excited.
“He needs time to build his condition and his understanding in the way the team tries to play,” he tells the International Business Times. “Yes, he’s ready to play. Ninety minutes? I don’t believe. Super performance? I don’t believe. But in condition to accelerate his process of integration in the team, that’s for sure.”
Will Paul pull off a power play and prove he’s worth every single euro, dollar and pound note? Or will Southampton make the first game at Old Trafford a disappointment for the Devils?
Who do you want to win this game, HollywoodLifers? Aren’t you glad that the Premier League is back on?