- Jose Mourinho is set to break massive record at Manchester United
- United equaled their longest unbeaten run in their game against City at the Etihad stadium
- The Reds will be looking to surpass their record in their game against Swansea on Sunday, April 31
Jose Mourinho is set to break an amazing record at Manchester United set by former manager Sir Alex Ferguson in 2010/11 season.
NAIJ.com can report that United equaled their longest unbeaten run in a goalless draw against Manchester City on Thurday, April 27.
The Old Trafford side are now unbeaten in the Premier League in 24 games winning 13 games and drawing 11.
The undefeated streak started after the 4-0 annihilation by rivals Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in October 2016.
Mourinho's men will be looking to surpass the record set by former manager Ferguson in their game against Swansea at Old Trafford on Sunday, April 31.
The Reds are currently 5th on the Premier League table and are a point adrift top four position with five games to go.
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