In an incredible Boxing Day showdown at Old Trafford, Manchester United overcame a 2-0 deficit to defeat Aston Villa three times in a thrilling match. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>
Marcus Rashford, who was left off of the starting lineup in the previous two games, was one of the great performers.
The England international made an impression, displaying flashes of his best play from the previous campaign and helping to set up Garnacho’s opening goal.
The Argentina International was United’s most threatening forward throughout the match, showed versatility even from the right flank.
Despite having a goal disallowed for offside, he tapped in for the crucial 2-1 goal and later equalised, contributing significantly to the comeback.
Despite early criticisms and disagreements with teammates, Hojlund showed resilience and contributed significantly to the memorable victory with his first goal for the Manchester based outfit.
Additionally, Jonny Evans emerged as a defensive stalwart, making key interceptions and blocks. His goal-saving clearance from John McGinn seconds after the match was leveled at 2-2 highlighted his pivotal role in the team’s success. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>