Manchester United enlightened their coach by beating Everton 3-1 at Goodison Park on Saturday.
In the Premier League there were two fascinating duels with Bernard, which brought the team of Carlo Ancelotti to the top for the first time. After Bruno Fernandez scored a powerful equaliser, the 26-year-old completed a corner with a cross that went just over Marcus Rashford and former goalkeeper Jordan Pikford, before making the equaliser with Edinson Cavani within seconds.
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The fast movement of the visitors has been a constant threat from the start and compared to some of their previous performances this season there has been a real movement in their game. They have stored their belongings well, exploited the open spaces and neutralized the threat of an Everton attack as much as possible. As far as the game is concerned, it is essential to improve the game.
Whatever Manchester United does, they seem unable to hide some of their most obvious concentration problems – especially from behind. There were cases where two or three players were attracted to the same ball, which opened the game for Caramel, and from the air, the red devils hit the ball more often than you can count.
Score of 10 for managers
8 — Ole Gunnar Solsker had a smile on his face since he got off the command bus, and now we know why. He put his team together with the real intention to attack, and although he unleashed the beginning of the XI, which some consider dubious, he kept his weapons and trusted the team to protect the advantage it had gained.
Player ranking (1-10; 10 = the best players registered after 70 minutes are not ranked)
GK David De Gea, 6 — The Spanish International was strong enough for United and could do little to prevent the discovery of Bernard.
DF Aaron Wan-Bissaka, 5 — Constantly fought on the right flank against Bernard and was co-responsible for Everton’s goal.
DF Harry Maguire, 7 – showed real leadership and control from behind and was unhappy not to win a penalty shootout after 60 minutes.
F.F. Victor Lindelof, 6 – He should have been better in the air for Bernard’s goal and often went wide, but the central defender was able to make some important interceptions.
DF Luke Shaw, 7 years old — Made a handful of beautiful jogging jogs on top of the wing and also defended, his spectacular ride culminating in the leveling aid.
MF Fred, 8 — He’s a strong boxing option for United, and although his bursts of energy and difficulty are sometimes contradictory, he’s always eager to move the team forward on the field.
MF Scott McTominay, 7 — Had a good midfield structure, although he didn’t make many attacks in the last period.
Fault! The file name is not specified. Bruno Fernandez scored two goals and scored another one in the game to win Manchester United in Everton. Getty
MF Juan Mata, 7 years old… When he was at the back, he didn’t give it much importance, but as he progressed, Mata opened the game with ease and took part in many complicated passages on his part.
MF Bruno Fernandes, 9 – the star of Portugal returned to his best level with an energetic performance that earned him two goals and help.
FW Marcus Rashford, 7 – Came into good position in the pits and served as a perfect distraction for Fernandez this afternoon.
FW Anthony Martial, 5 — denied the killer instinct that would have been necessary to make a difference, even though he approached a 16-minute shot that just drifted away.
Soccer player Axel Tuanzebe, six years old… He had a few nervous moments during his 25 minute guest appearance, but in the end it didn’t cost United three points.
MF Paul Pogba, N/A — Late in the game to defend the advantage after sliding at Old Trafford.
FW Edinson Cavani, n.a. – His first goal for Manchester United was finally scored in standstill time, which ended with a lively change of pace.