However, if Manchester United wishes to bounce back this weekend, some blunders should be avoided. Manchester United should avoid three mistakes if they are to bounce back this weekend.
1 - Do not fall 1 - Wan-Aaron: Bissaka's
After a hard attack in the last Champions League match in Manchester United, the Ivorian was sent off, but it is not good enough to dismiss Diogo Dalot because of a lack of experience.
Despite the fact that the offensive is not particularly good, the right full back has provided the team with an amazing defensive cover, and now, as no adequate substitute exists, it would be sensible to drop him.
2 - Paul Pogba should not be employed as a defensive centerpiece: The French centerpiece was noted to perform poorly in a more defensive midfield position.
You should play the midfield offense where you can use your imagination to provide the squad with several opportunities. This season, he has up to seven assists, and can offer more if he plays the midfield attack.
3 — Jadon Sancho should take over Mason Greenwood: Mason Greenwood proved to be a very talented attacker, and he should take over the Jadon Sancho who did not do well for the club.
A young English assailant, Jadon Sancho, can assist the team achieve more goals. He's a good player, but he ought to start because he didn't score goals.
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