Manchester United loses ground in title race, drawing 0-0 with Arsenal

Author: By FRANK GRIFFITHS | AParticle author: APID: 1612047923368996000Sun, 2021-01-31 01:24
LONDON: Manchester United lost vital ground in the title race after drawing 0-0 against Arsenal in the Premier League on Saturday.
United had a string of clear chances throughout the match, but the visitors couldn’t convert and grab the three points. Instead, the Red Devils dropped two and remained in second place with 41 points, three behind rival Manchester City — which has a game in hand — at the top.
And to make matters worse, City on Saturday was able to do what United couldn’t on Wednesday — beat bottom side Sheffield United.Main category: SportTags: English Premiere LeagueManchester UnitedArsenal FC
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