Jamie Redknapp makes ‘boring’ claim about Man United under Jose Mourinho

Jamie Redknapp accuses Manchester United of going on the most boring unbeaten run in history

Former Liverpool and Spurs midfielder Jamie Redknapp Photo: Screen grab

Jamie Redknapp has described Manchester United’s unbeaten run this season as “the most boring run in history”.

The Red Devils appointed Jose Mourinho as their new manager back in May 2016 after Louis van Gaal led Manchester United to a disappointing fifth-placed finish last term.

Mourinho wasted no time bringing in some big name signings after Zlatan Ibrahimovic moved on a free transfer and Paul Pogba completed a world-record £89m move from Serie A giants Juventus.

Manchester United won the EFL Cup in February after Ibrahimovic’s brace secured a 3-2 win against Southampton at Wembley.

The Red Devils will also take on Dutch giants Ajax in the Europa League final following a 2-1 aggregate win against Celta Vigo.

Manchester United’s league form has been patchy but Mourinho’s side did manage to go unbeaten following a 4-0 loss to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in October until a 2-0 defeat by Arseanl at The Emirates last weekend.

However, former Liverpool and Spurs midfielder Redknapp felt that it was an uninspiring run from the Manchester United side.

“Probably the most boring run in history. Man United had 12 draws during that time. It wasn’t that exciting,” Redknapp told Sky Sports.

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