In their second game of the year, Manchester United experienced a discouraging loss to Tottenham Hotspur. As a result, questions have been made regarding the performances of some players and their suitability for starting positions in the following games. CONTINUE READING>>>>>
While playing, Lisandro Martinez was far from at his best in the middle of the defense. Because he didn’t perform his defensive duties well, he was mostly responsible for Spurs’ second goal.
Marcus Rashford had trouble having an effect on the game. His performance was poor, and he didn’t take advantage of the chances that were presented to him.
Rashford appeared removed from the action throughout the game and contributed little to the team’s offensive efforts.
In the second game, Antony played poorly. He found it difficult to give Manchester United worthwhile opportunities, which eventually led to his replacement.
Pellistri, who took Antony’s place, was able to improve the team’s offensive performance. This shows that Antony’s beginning point needs to be reevaluated.
Once more, Garnacho fell short of the performance that was anticipated. His introduction in the lineup failed to have the anticipated effect, and he had trouble living up to the demands made of him. Given his underwhelming performance, Garnacho would be a better choice as a replacement.…… Continue Your Reading