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THREE (3) Talking Points As Man United Made It Three Wins in Row

 

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With a 1-0 victory over Leicester City at the King Power Stadium, Manchester United extended its winning streak in the Premier League to three games.

 

Following an elaborate move featuring Diogo Dalot, Bruno Fernandes, and Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho scored the game’s lone goal by circling Danny Ward and putting the ball into an empty net.

 

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1. Casemiro shows his composure

Ten Hag introduced the five-time Champions League winner to give United’s midfield more grit after United gave Leicester encouragement with a poor second-half performance.

The sophisticated Brazilian entered the fray right away and displayed his wide range of passing.

In Sunday’s crucial match against Arsenal, United’s number 18 will be looking to make his first start for the Red Devils.

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2. Ten Hag showing Ronaldo who the boss is

The former Ajax boss decided to start United’s number seven on the bench for the third straight Premier League game.

Considering that the summer transfer window closed at 11 p.m. last night, the 37-year-old appears destined to remain at United at least until January.

 

Ronaldo may refocus and adopt Ten Hag’s mindset with the window closed, enabling him to make sure he reaches his destination.

3. Antony brings competition and quality

Ten Hag opted for an unchanged lineup, with Rashford, Sancho, and Anthony Elanga leading the line because Ronaldo was on the bench and Anthony Martial was unable to play.

 

The addition of Antony provides the Dutchman a wide range of attacking alternatives in addition to having our Argentine wonderkid Alejandro Garnacho at his disposal.

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The first of six games in 18 days begins today, therefore the 52-year-old is probably going to rearrange his squad when our Europa League campaign gets underway next week.

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