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Jose Mourinho fears worst with Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Marcos Rojo injuries

Jose Mourinho fears worst with Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Marcos Rojo injuries

With a quick Cruyff turn and deflected left-foot shot Rashford sent United into the final four of the Europa League , boosting their hopes of more silverware - and a place in next season's Champions League. Jose Mourinho bragged that Manchester United "totally controlled" Chelsea on Sunday, but the display against Anderlecht once again shone a light on their shortcomings on a night when victory came at a cost.



Man Utd confirm ligament damage to Rojo and Zlatan

Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic also suffered a major injury, and it's possible that the Swedish superstar may have played his final game in a United shirt. Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho believes his team are in trouble with their piling injuries. Rojo's injury, meanwhile, further adds to the defensive headaches Mourinho has suffered in recent weeks with fellow centre-backs Phil Jones and Chris Smalling already on the sidelines.


Man United's Ibrahimovic, Rojo suffer knee ligament injuries

Man United's Ibrahimovic, Rojo suffer knee ligament injuries

Manchester United have confirmed that Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Marcos Rojo have both suffered "significant" knee ligament injuries. Ibrahimovic, the 35-year-old striker who has scored 28 goals in all competitions in his debut competition in English football, suffered his injury when his knee buckled in an awkward fall.



Albert defeats Cilic, advances to Monte-Carlo semis

Novak Djokovic made to work hard by Spain's Pablo Carreno Busta . Coming from a month off due to a right elbow injury, Murray had to get his form back on clay for next month's French Open. It drew jeers from the centre court crowd basking in the Mediterranean sun. "Australia was five sets". The British No.3 had never faced Nadal previously and he struggled to cope with the intensity of the Spaniard's play in the opening set.


Oilers look to make it 3 straight over Sharks

Oilers look to make it 3 straight over Sharks

Over the lunch hour, Sir Winston Churchill Square will be the site of a community rally organized by the city to allow Edmonton Oilers fans a chance to wear orange in solidarity, showing support for the team ahead of game five of the Stanley Cup playoffs against San Jose Sharks.