Following a measly run of two wins in their last 11 games Manchester United head to Huddersfield aiming to halt a miserable couple of months that coincide with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer securing the Old Trafford hot seat on a permanent basis. Find out by following our live matchcast. The goal stung even more as Mbenza coolly finished between De Gea's legs.
"When you talk about a club like Manchester United fighting for the top four it's not what you want to be talking about".
United remain in sixth position, four points behind fourth-placed Tottenham Hotspur with one match to go, meaning they will be playing in the Europa League next season.
It will involve major surgery to the squad with captain Antonio Valencia certain to move on and midfielders Ander Herrera and Juan Mata out of contract.
Former defender Gary Neville did not hold back during his role as co-commentator for Sky Sports.
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The Red Devils could still rescue their season by securing Champions League football and are big favourites at 1/3 with most bookmakers to beat basement boys Huddersfiled on Sunday.
"Do you know what it reminds me of?" Jan Siewert's strugglers now prop up the Premier League table with a pitiful 14 points and only eight of that timid total were obtained at the John Smith's Stadium. Under chief executive Ed Woodward, while the club has been a massive success financially, there is no clear plan or direction on the pitch moving forward. Brazilian midfielder Fred was signed for £48 million a year ago but was an unused substitute at the John Smith's Stadium.
One player who has been rumoured to be on his way out is Alexis Sanchez, and the Chilean was withdrawn from today's game with an ankle injury after making what was a rare start. It is an uncomfortable truth for Woodward and the scouts, analysts and deal-makers who have been tasked with spending the money.
It remains to be seen whether Sanchez will be fit for Manchester United's final game of the season, when they host Cardiff City at Old Trafford next Sunday afternoon. History suggests it will not be the last, either.