Manchester United supporters have had a difficult start to the season as their team has already suffered two losses after only four games. Many supporters are discouraged and concerned about the remainder of the season as a result of this poor start. CONTINUE READING>>>>>
The first defeat came against Tottenham Hotspur in the second game of the campaign, which United lost 2-0 at White Hart Lane. Many fans were startled by this loss because they thought United would win easily. However, a lackluster effort by the home team resulted in a well-deserved defeat for the guests.
The second defeat occurred during United’s most recent game against Arsenal, which was lost 3-1 at the Emirates. The Red Devils suffered a humiliating loss because the Gunners thoroughly outperformed and outmatched them. Martin Odegaard and Bukayo Saka were unstoppable, and United had no defense for their offensive threat.
These two losses have brought to light some of the problems that United must resolve if they are to contend for the championship this year. They have already let up 7 goals in four games due to an extremely porous defense. Additionally uninspired, the midfield has had trouble setting up opportunities for the forwards.
The following two games, against Bayern Munich and Brighton, present a formidable task for the Red Devils. It’s difficult to see how they’ll prevail with crucial players like Victor Lindelof, Raphael Varane, Luke Shaw, Lisandro Martinez, and Tyrell Malacia injured.
To make matters worse, Jonny Evans and Harry Maguire, both 35, are the only center back choices for Manchester United. Evans lacks the speed and agility necessary to deal with the speed and skill of the Bavarian attackers, and while Maguire is a reliable defender, he has displayed some inconsistency this year.
United will have a difficult time playing against teams other than Bayern Munich. This season, Brighton has been in excellent form, therefore their chances of scoring against Manchester United’s porous defense are slim. The Red Devils may have some talented strikers on their team, but they can’t always count on them to save the day.
With the players Manchester United has available right now, it appears extremely unlikely that they will win their next two games. While they will undoubtedly fight, they won’t be able to hold off Bayern Munich’s offensive danger or Brighton’s dependability. It’s difficult to imagine United winning any of these games unless a few of their key players have miraculous recoveries.…… Continue Your Reading