Wednesday at the Allianz Arena, Manchester United will face Bayern Munich, one of the top teams in Europe, to begin their UEFA Champions League campaign this year. The Bavarians are unquestionably the favorites to win this match based on recent performance, and they have a strong team of players at their disposal to defeat Manchester United. Even though Manchester United has struggled mightily this season, the Red Devils are still no pushovers because they have a strong roster of elite ballers who can compete with Bayern Munich in this matchup. CONTINUE READING>>>>>
Erik Ten Hag made various errors in his last game for Manchester United, and I’ll list them in this piece so he won’t make them again against Bayern Munich. Let’s look at it.
1. Man Utd’s starting midfielder is Christian Eriksen.
Although Christian Eriksen is unquestionably a top-notch midfielder for Manchester United this season, there are some games he shouldn’t start. When facing ferocious attacking teams, the Danish international scarcely aids Manchester United’s defense. The 31-year-old is somewhat frail and may not be able to endure the fierce football Bayern Munich may bring to the game. Erik Ten Hag thought about utilizing Carlos Casemiro and Scott McTominay, two defensive-minded midfielders, to assist manage the pressure from Bayern Munich’s attacking play.
Having to Play Without Wingers.
Erik Ten Hag selected a 4-3-1-2 formation with two forwards, Marcus Rashford and Rasmus Hjlund, against Brighton & Hove Albion. Manchester United’s offensive wasn’t exactly at its best in this system because they couldn’t play their typical counter-attacking game with wingers. To boost Manchester United’s offensive threat against Bayern Munich, the Dutch Manager will need to start using wingers again in his system.…… Continue Your Reading