Manchester United vs Betis Football Match 10 Dec 2022

Manchester United vs Betis Football Match 10 Dec 2022
Manchester United vs Betis Football Match 10 Dec 2022

Manchester United vs Betis Football Match 10 Dec 2022

Real Betis were last in competitive action against Valencia on November 10, suffering a 3-0 defeat to Los Che, which left them in sixth position in the La Liga table.

Manuel Pellegrini’s side have won seven, drawn three and lost four of their 14 league games this term to collect 24 points, which is the same number as fourth-placed Athletic Bilbao.

Real Betis have also managed to qualify for the knockout round of the Europa League by finishing top of Group C, but they have only won one of their last five in the league, so the winter break came at a good time.

The Green and Whites actually played three friendlies in the middle of November, losing 4-0 to River Plate on November 13 before being beaten 5-0 and 1-0 by Colo Colo in back-to-back matches.

Real Betis have another three mid-season friendlies against Man United, Inter Milan and Atalanta BC before returning to competitive action on December 29, welcoming Athletic Bilbao in Spain’s top flight.

Man United, as mentioned, were in friendly action against Cadiz on Wednesday, suffering a 4-2 defeat to the La Liga side, who led by two goals inside the opening 14 minutes of the contest.

Anthony Martial and Kobbie Mainoo struck for the Red Devils to level the scores early in the second period, but the Yellow Submarine then went on to win it courtesy of goals from Ruben Sobrino and Tomas Alarcon.

This is Man United’s final match before competitive action resumes, with Ten Hag’s side set to take on Burnley in the fourth round of the EFL Cup on December 21.

The 20-time English champions will then be back in action against Nottingham Forest in the Premier League on December 27 before ending the year away to Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Man United were in strong form before the season was halted for the World Cup, winning five of their six matches ahead of the break, including a 2-1 success at Fulham in the Premier League, with Alejandro Garnacho coming up with a last-gasp winner for the Red Devils at Craven Cottage.

The result left Ten Hag’s side in fifth position in the table, three points behind fourth-placed Tottenham Hotspur, who have played a game more, while the team will take on Barcelona in a two-legged Europa League knockout round playoff in February.


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