In a frustrating and then refreshing afternoon of football, MANchester United thrashed Everton 4-0. It was United’s first game without Paul Pogba and for the majority of the game […]The post Mourinho’s built a late-game Juggernaut: Five things learned from Man Utd 4-0 Everton appeared first on Squawka News.

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Juggernaut: A juggernaut ) in colloquial English usage is a literal or metaphorical force regarded as mercilessly destructive and unstoppable. In British English, it is also used to mean a large heavy truck or articulated lorry. Originating ca. 1850, the term is a metaphorical reference to the Hindu Ratha Yatra