Icy Blast: Gylfi Sigurdsson Tucks One Away From About 30 Yards To Put Everton Two Up Against Man Utd (Photo & Video)

Chris Wright

21st, April 2019


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Manchester United are currently trailing by two goals to nil against Everton as their season continues (at least as things stand) to peter out with a muffled trumpet parp.

Richarlison put the home side ahead early on before Gylfi Sigurdsson followed up with a second before half-time – the Icelandic midfielder finding the United net mere seconds after the visitors saw an attack break down on the edge of the Toffees’ box.

After charging up-field, Sigurdsson then caught David De Gea on the hop by lashing in a low shot from around 30 yards out…

Sigurdsson has now scored five Premier League goals against United since the start of the 2014/15 season, which is more than any other individual player.

It’s almost like he’s onto something when he faces that back line.

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  1. Hank Moody says:

    Ole must let go half of his squad. They don’t care and they don’t run. I say cash in on Pogba (100m), Martial (60m), Matic (20m), Bailly (20m), Rojo (5m), Jones (5m), Sánchez (just let him go) and Fred (35m).

    That’s almost 150 million. Add some 200 million that the club must spend anyway, and there you go. It’s a start.

  2. Hank Moody says:

    OoOps, my math is shite but you got it.

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