Manchester United 3-1 Newcastle Post Match Analysis| Bruno Fernandes bags ANOTHER goal and assist

Man United vs Newcastle Post match, Man United 3 Newcastle 1 Match reaction & Highlights 2021
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IT’S NOW THE race to be the best of the rest and Manchester United are determined to win it.

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Their recent blip which saw them drop nine points in five league games has allowed their neighbours City to gallop over the horizon.
He is one of the few Newcastle players who truly has star quality and he wanted a second goal with a shot from the edge of the area early in the second-half that De Gea got down well too.
Player ratings
Man Utd: de Gea (7), Wan Bissaka (6), Lindelof (6), Maguire (7), Shaw (8), Fred (6), Matic (6), James (8), Bruno Fernandes (7), Rashford (7), Martial (6).
Subs: Mata (n/a), Greenwood (6), Shoretire (n/a).
Newcastle: Darlow (7), Krafth (5), Lascelles (7), Clark (6), Lewis (7), Willock (6), Hayden (6), Shelvey (6), Almiron (7), Joelinton (5), Saint-Maximin (7).
Subs: Gayle (n/a), Fraser (6), Murphy (n/a).
Man of the match: Daniel James.
Now the question is can Ole Solskjaer back up his boasts that this is a team on the up by bettering last year’s third place with second.

They moved back into that spot on goal difference from Leicester who had beaten Aston Villa earlier in the day with this 3-1 win over Newcastle.

After Allan Saint Maximin had cancelled out Marcus Rashford's opener Newcastle had hope at half-time.

It ws extinguished with a close range blast from Daniel James on 57 minutes and yet another Bruno Fernandes penalty on 75.

Newcastle now sit perilously close to the relegation zone after Fulham had beaten Sheffield United on Saturday.

Their manager Steve Bruce stands perilously close to the exit door with his fate set to be sealed if the Magpies fail to beat Wolves at home next Saturday.

They actually played quite well, Manchester United were just better.

Not for the first time this season the home side were dozing in the opening minutes.

You think they might have learned after conceding inside the opening two minutes at The Hawthorns last Sunday. But no.

David de Gea had also once again forgotten what it was that made him the best goalkeeper in the world.
Certainly not one of those odd punches he executed after just four minutes that ballooned up in the air to Joelinton who returned a powerful shot that the Spanish keeper had to tip over the bar.

Bruno Fernandes gestured at him as if to say ‘what were you doing there?’

Worse followed when he scuffed a clearance straight to Joelinton, he squared to Jonjo Shelvey who fired over.

Miguel Almiron was next up for the Magpies with a scorching shot from 30 yards that De Gea tipped over.
For a team in such a perilous position, Newcastle heads could easily have gone down. They didn’t and in the 36th minute, they were level.

Once against Manchester United’s inability to defend set pieces was on show. A short corner routine finished with Joe Willock hooking the ball into the box.

Maguire performed a strange backward header that went straight into the path of Saint-Maximin who caught it on the full as he blasted a shot into the roof of the net.

It was Saint-Maximin’s first goal since returning to action after two months out with Covid-19 and how they had missed him in that time.

Despite this early pressure it was the home side who took the lead through some brilliance from Marcus Rashford on the half hour.

His best position is definitely wide left of a three behind a number nine from where his piercing runs into the box have defenders unable to cope.

If anything this season Rashford has got faster and stronger.

Harry Maguire brought the ball into the Newcastle half and found the Three Lions forward who superbly nutmegged Emil Krafth and raced away.

As Rashford weighed up his options in the box Krath got back but only to be undone again. This time Rashford swiftly moving the ball to the right of him and shooting back into the near bottom corner.

It was a mystery how Karl Darlow did not save it as he had that area covered and dived but somehow managed to avoid the ball.

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25 komentarze:

Soccer Gossips
Soccer Gossips:
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wallam kharbithai
wallam kharbithai:
Owen will always be jealous of man utd but he forgot that he has a premiere league title becoz of utd.
Kevoh Wa Pipeline Transami
Kevoh Wa Pipeline Transami:
Fresh tears has landed at Stamford bridge😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
Slabicus ‘Deadwood’ Headicus
Slabicus ‘Deadwood’ Headicus:
Owen - “I think he’s a confidence player”
What player doesn’t thrive on confidence... fuking genius this guy 🤣
Ibrahim A Kamara
Ibrahim A Kamara:
I'm happy for the win today. Thanks for the update
shuaib sheik
shuaib sheik:
Second is great for us this season, I think if we get haaland upfront with cavani off the bench and maybe konate from Leipzig, we're in with a real chance of winning the league
Elle Toop
Elle Toop:
maguire does that. PEN! but then lindelof gets a hand holding across his face and pushed in the back. Nah no foul, lindelof needs to be stronger. pundits are trash
Ahmed Abdulai
Ahmed Abdulai:
This Owen guy’s jealous of ManU in all aspects.
James Chan
James Chan:
Let Owen go and talk big, the other two are more supportive and more encouraging of younger players and MU based on the younger players hard work and MU effort to try to win every game to stay among the top four. MU should just play hard and make 100% effort to win and then let's see who have the last laugh. All the best to all the teams and the Premier league.
Sushrut Sharma
Sushrut Sharma:
Finally a pundit has called out an English player for Diving
Joshua Olusegun OSHIAFI
Joshua Olusegun OSHIAFI:
owen and wrighty so salty😹😹😹
Jyothish Nair
Jyothish Nair:
Credit to james putting the effort martial can't
Prince Varughese
Prince Varughese:
Ian Wright thinks the more louder you say it, the more it becomes the truth. 😂😂
Frankie Ag Nostos
Frankie Ag Nostos:
Modern penalty plus a red card for being the last man even if the contact was accidental is ruining some games of football.
Andy Y
Andy Y:
United wins 3-1 and all they talk about is whether it’s a penalty
Pol Mead
Pol Mead:
Michael Owen will say anything to try and be controversial. Tired of hearing his "opinion"
Seroka Tumisho
Seroka Tumisho:
Wrighty is salty! 😹😹😹 his sorry Arsenal is in the mid-table and he’s being jealous now
Kevoh Wa Pipeline Transami
Kevoh Wa Pipeline Transami:
First here
Wow why bashing of James? Let the guy just enjoy his day
Smokey Breen
Smokey Breen:
Owen is so jelos of manu he wasnt much good he as just like james
“Modern penalties” have been around a long time, as Michael Owen himself acknowledges. Some will remember Owen going down against Argentina in the World Cup in 2002. Owen has since admitted that he dived and conned the ref. He also went down “easily” in the 1998 World Cup against the same opposition.

All very well him now saying as a pundit that he “doesn’t like it”. If he were still plying his trade for Liverpool, Madrid, Newcastle, Man Utd, Stoke City or England, be in doubt, he would do it all over again - with relish!
wallam kharbithai
wallam kharbithai:
Why r these guys so jealous of man utd is it becoz they never won anything during their time becoz of utd dominance.😆😆
Ethio Music
Ethio Music:
Ian wright keep crying your team is in the middle of the table that’s why you get mad
Kenneth Ong Kang Yi
Kenneth Ong Kang Yi:
Michael Owen is the worst pundit ever
Eskinder Woubishet
Eskinder Woubishet:
Bad habit when scoring sucking finger & holding ear banby