Manchester United travelled to the Selhurst Park stadium today to take on Crystal Palace in their final Premeir league match of the season, hoping to bounce back to winning ways following their humiliating 4-0 defeat to Brighton last time out.
However Ralf Rangnick's men were in for another horrible night as they were already trailing in the 37th minute after Wilfred Zaha produced a moment of magic to put the Eagles ahead which also ensured the hosts took a 1-0 lead at the break. The Red Devil's resumed the 2nd half with high tempo & they created multiple decent chances, but they failed to find a way past Palace defense that proved a hard nut to crack, with the game eventually ending 1-0 in favour of Patrick Vieira's side.
In that match, two Manchester United players really costed their teammates. Portuguese Right back Diogo Dalot was easily beaten by Wilfred Zaha for the opening goal & the Ivorian caused Dalot all kinds of problems in the right flank throughout the game.
Another United star who was awful in today's match was midfiled maestro Bruno Fernandes. The Portuguese superstar failed to create chances upfront as Edinson Cavani was starved of good deliveries in the final third. Fernandes' mistake directly led to Zaha's opener.
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