Manchester United and Liverpool fought back from a goal down to earn a point each in a classic match between the two most fierce rivals in English football.
On Sunday, Manchester United played admirably against the hosts, putting up a strong defense and relying on quick counterattacks. As a result, they scored one goal and went ahead of the visiting team.
At Stamford Bridge, the Red Devils had a better chance of winning, but a goal in the 69th minute swung the game in their favor. To understand why Manchester United's victory over Chelsea was thwarted, here are the reasons.
Bruno Fernandes; Bruno Fernandes had a poor game for the Portuguese. Many times, he let his opponents get the ball back even when they had a chance to make it two nil for his team.
Van De Beek, on the other hand, has a lot of speed when it comes to identifying his opponents. He was eventually brought in, but it was far too late.
Because of Bruno Fernandes, who was wasting passes, the new Manchester United coach shouldn't have allowed him to play enough minutes. Van De Beek would have taken his place sooner if he had the chance.
When his team took the lead, the new caretaker would have allowed tensions to build. Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho, Fred, and the rest of the Manchester United team had a lot of faith in them early on. It was only after Cristiano Ronaldo's arrival that the players' mentality was changed, leading to more corner kicks and penalties.
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