CHE Vs ManU: 3 Terrible Selection Mistakes Carrick Made In The Starting Eleven Of Today's Match
Manchester United has been struggling since the start of the season, and they haven't been able to find the form they need despite having a strong group of players at their disposal.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been fired by the Manchester United board of directors, who have appointed Michael Carrick as their interim manager until further notice. This is not new information. Despite the fact that Manchester United looked strong in their win against Villareal under Carrick, and they will be seeking to continue their fine form as they travel to London to play.
Chelsea, the league leaders, will host Manchester United at Stamford Bridge on Saturday. Carrick and his teammates are well aware that dismantling the European champions will never be an easy task to accomplish.
However, based on the confirmed team for today's game, I believe Carrick will suffer his first defeat as a result of his three poor selections in today's game.
1. He was the right flanker for Sancho, and he did the following:
Sancho is, without a doubt, a talented player, but he has struggled to find his best form since joining Manchester United. I believe Carrick made a mistake by including him in the contest; he should have substituted Lingard in his place.
2. He was a wan-bissaka at right wing back for the team.
Although wan-bissaka is excellent defensively, his attacking abilities are not up to par. In a difficult match like this, you require a wing back who can cause problems for the Chelsea defense with his attacking abilities.
3. He portrayed Bruno Fernandez in the following roles:
Bruno Fernandez has shown to be the finest player on the Manchester United team, but I believe his proclivity for throwing high balls will work against them in the future. Carrick must bring a midfielder who is capable of bringing the game's temperature down.
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