2. Jose Mourinho is looking special again
Manchester United’s Portuguese manager has been enjoying his best spell of the season. The team are in superb form, and the Special One is showing why he is still one of the best manager’s in the world.
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United have not tasted a defeat in the Premier League since October, and they are on the up. While winning the Premier League title seems impossible, Mourinho will have his sights set on winning the three cup competitions.
And Southampton will need to be wary of the master tactician. Mourinho has turned Manchester United into one of the best defences in England. They have conceded only one goal in their last five games. United’s defensive performances have drawn comparisons to Mourinho’s defence at Chelsea during their glory years.
Mourinho sets his side to attack from the first whistle to the last. And with the never give up attitude and the strong spirit that Mourinho has instilled among his players, there might be no stopping United at Wembley.