Wigan 0-2 Manchester United: Issues after the FA Cup game: “Red Devils” beat The Latics, setting a ticket to the FA Cup 4th round.
Diogo Dalot and Bruno Fernandes score goals to send Manchester United through to the 4th round of the FA Cup. Report from https://ufabet999.com
1. This cup is ‘come on’.
Owner of the runner-up last season Although facing the team ranked 18th in League One. Manchester United manager Eric Ten Hag has given his all for the starting 11.
Rasmus Hoylund, Marcus Rashford, Alejandro Carnacho, Bruno Fernandes, Cobby Mainu, Scott McTho Miney, Andre Onana, Raphael Varane, Jonny Evans, Diogo Dalot and Aaron Wan-Bissaka started the first 11 in this game.
Of course, there is no need for any rotation as they now have only one trophy left to win. Plus, this month there are only two scheduled matches to play (Wigan and Spurs).
Therefore, Ten Hag and the players have time to fully focus on every game remaining this season.
For the next FA Cup round or the 4th round, Manchester United will meet the winner between Newport/Eastleigh (away)
2. United should score more.
For the first time this season (All items included) At Manchester United, Eric Ten Hag had 30 or more chances to pull the trigger.
Statistics indicate that in this game they had a total of 33 shooting opportunities, 14 on target, but received only 2 goals – in the first half, they pulled the trigger 17 times, 7 on target, while in the second half. Pulled the trigger a total of 16 times, within range 7.
Ten Hag’s men created seven key chances but missed six golden opportunities.
Ranking the ”Red Devils” players who missed the most golden opportunities in this match.
1. Scott McTominay – 3 times
2. Rasmus Hoylund – 2 times
3. Marcus Rashford – 1 time
That was disappointing for them in this game.
3. Hoylund should build his own momentum.
Facing a low-level team that wasn’t very strong It was a good opportunity for Rasmus Hoylund to build his confidence. After previously unlocking the first goal in the Premier League on Boxing Day.
This season in the English Premier League, the 20-year-old Danish national team striker has missed nine golden opportunities – the joint-fifth most.
In last night’s FA Cup game, he missed two golden chances out of four. It’s a game where he should have been a scorer to give himself some momentum.
You can’t blame luck for this. Blame his lack of determination…
4. Jack ‘still hasn’t killed the giant’
The FA Cup is the oldest football cup competition in the world. And it is a program where small teams always defeat big teams.
So far, no Premier League team has beaten by a lower league team – with only West Ham, Luton and Nottingham Forest having produced disappointing home draws with Bristol. All City (Championship), Bolton Wanderers (League One) and Blackpool (League One) respectively.