Haven't won any single matches yet in 2014, strong criticism arrived again for Manchester United ahead of their English Premier League weekend tie against Swansea City at Old Trafford this Saturday, January 11. Already getting beaten by Swansea in recent FA Cup clash, David Moyes will be determined not to late the same result from occurring this weekend as not only that could add further stress on him, but another negative result might really jeopardize Man United's shot in chasing for top four seat this season.
Swansea themselves are in a pretty positive mood ahead of their trip to Old Trafford as their FA victory should provide that confidence in facing Moyes' men this Saturday. However, Michael Laudrup surely won't be letting his players getting over themselves as Man United still have tons of qualities in their squad that could easily explode despite recent negative results.
Man United finally ending their bad start in 2014 after snatching a much needed home victory over Swansea City on that weekend tie as they continue their mission in challenging for at least top four seat in Premier League this season. Things didn't start off well for United as they failed to score any goals during the first 45 minutes, but things finally changed early into the second half as a scrimmage inside the box resulted in an opening goal from Antonio Valencia on 47 minutes. The Red devils eventually sealing all three points from that encounter through Danny Welbeck's strike on 59 minutes.