Second-placed Manchester United edged closer towards qualification for the Champions League, the tournament its owners tried to break away from last week, with a goalless draw at Leeds United in the Premier League on Sunday.

The point left Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side 12 points clear of fifth-placed West Ham United with five games remaining and it remains unbeaten away from home in the league all season.


Manchester City is on top of the table on 77 points, 10 ahead of United, and the side can secure its third title in four seasons next week if it wins at Crystal Palace and United lose to Liverpool.

Manchester United was one of 12 top European clubs who last week announced they were setting up a breakaway Super League before the plan rapidly fell apart. United, like the other founder members would have featured in the competition every year without the need for…

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