Manchester United, a member of the English Premier League, is now going through a difficult period. The Old Trafford club has suffered three defeats in its last four games. A 1-0 loss to West Ham United in the Carabao Cup, a 2-1 loss to Swiss team Young Boys in the Champions League, as well as the most recent loss to Aston Villa at Old Trafford, have all come against them this season.
Manchester United as a team has what it takes to win the Premier League title as well as the Champions League trophy this season, but it appears that manager Jose Mourinho is unable to extract the maximum performance from his players.
However, I strongly believe that Manchester United should fire Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, but there are two things the club must do immediately in order to get back on track.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should alter his starting lineup, according to some.
At this stage, Jadon Sancho, the new signing for Manchester United, requires games in order to establish his worth. Mason Greenwood, as we saw against Villa, was a complete disappointment and should be dropped to the bench in order to regain his composure and seriousness.
Second, Ole Gunnar Soslkjaer should explore putting Cristiano Ronaldo on the left flank, allowing Cavani to take the initiative in the attacking phase of the game. Aston Villa's three-man defense was able to keep Cristiano Ronaldo at bay without causing him any stress, as evidenced by his absence from the match against Aston Villa.
Almost immediately after Cavani entered the game, everything opened up, and United was able to earn a penalty kick. Cavani is a natural striker who possesses all of the tools necessary to break down any crowded defense. When Solskjaer can find a way to put both Ronaldo and Cavani in the starting lineup, I am confident that Manchester United will be back on track to win the Premier League once again.
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