Floating platform in Singapore becomes sea of red as Manchester United fans see stars
SINGAPORE, July 22 — The floating platform at Marina Bay was a sea of red as Manchester United fans swarmed the venue yesterday, patiently waiting for their chance to see their idols. And then they appeared, the likes of Paul Pogba, Juan Mata and Aaron Wan-Bissaka being welcomed by an...
And then they appeared, the likes of Paul Pogba, Juan Mata and Aaron Wan-Bissaka being welcomed by an enthusiastic crowd chanting the Red Devils’ battle hymn, “Glory Glory, Man United”.
In an interview with the media, Mata shared that while the team were “happy” with the victory, they expect more difficult tasks ahead.
“Tottenham is going to be tough, (AC Milan) is going to be tough. So we still have a few difficult games but (we planned) to use these games to get ready for the Chelsea game which is our first official game and that’s the important one and the one that we have to be ready to win,” Mata said.
“What we have to do is raise our level and compete and let’s see where we end up.”
United fans were also greeted by Wan-Bissaka at the event, the first time the Englishman appeared in the team’s red jersey in Singapore since he signed for the club last month. — TODAYRead more: Malay Mail
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