Last night England’s World Cup nightmare came true in the Brazilian jungle.
Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck signed a new four-year contract with the 19-time English soccer champion.
Manchester United scored three second-half goals to beat Tottenham and extend its club-record home winning streak in the Premier League to 16 matches.
Manchester United defeated Swansea 4-1 to give manager David Moyes a victory in his first Premier League match with the English soccer champion.
Manchester United beat 10-man Wolverhampton Wanderers 5-0 to establish a four-point lead atop English soccer’s Premier League and push its opponent to last place in the standings.
Liverpool’s Daniel Sturridge and Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney were named in the England soccer squad for its last two World Cup qualifying matches against Montenegro and Poland.
Carlo Ancelotti said his Chelsea players must put a “strange performance” behind them after Sunderland sent the Blues to their first home defeat in English soccer’s Premier League in almost nine months.
Sunderland beat Bolton 1-0 in English soccer’s Premier League as seven other games had to be postponed because of heavy snowfalls, including tomorrow’s meeting between Chelsea and Manchester United.
Wayne Rooney scored twice as Manchester United beat 10-man Manchester City 3-2 to reach the fourth round of English soccer’s F.A. Cup. Paul Scholes made a playing return for United.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored in his first game against former club Manchester United to give Real Madrid a 1-1 draw in their Champions League round of 16 opener.
"Four points from the first two games is OK, considering we were away at Shakhtar."
- Danny Welbeck on Oct 02, 2013