Man United are visiting Chelsea at the Stamford Bridge tonight with the interim manager Michael Carrick confident of getting a point from the Blues. Thomas Tuchel side are in fine form are currently sitting top of the EPL table standings having lost only one match. Man United on the other hand are struggling to get it done despite being star-studded.
Many are criticizing Carrick for presenting a lineup without veteran goal scorer Cristiano Ronaldo in a contest his heroics would inspire the side to a victory. Carrick visits the Stamford Bridge with a clear plan which is to defend with a 4-3-1-2 formation. In a press briefing with the reporters before the Chelsea clash, Carrick explained why he left Ronaldo out of the starting lineup to face Chelsea.
As per Fabrizio Romano, Michael Carrick revealed why he dropped Ronaldo on out of starting lineup to face Chelsea, “A few tweaks and changes to freshen things up. Cristiano Ronaldo is your standout name [to be on the bench]. I have had a good chat with Cristiano and he was great”.
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