Manchester United went level on points with Newcastle United after defeating Bourne mouth on Tuesday night. The team had an eye-catching performance on the night leading to the big win at Old Trafford.
Most of the players impressed in the match from defense, midfield, and attack showing how the team has been good in recent weeks. They scored three goals past the opponents and kept a clean sheet to have a strong position in the top four.
Erik Ten Hag started a strong team in the match and they dominated the entire match from the first minute to the last. Casemiro, Luke Shaw, and Marcus Rashford were the goal scorers for the Red Devils in the big win.
The hosts had 18 goal attempts in the entire match which is a clear indication of how the team was threatening Bournemouth. Their midfield was dominant and it was hard for the visitors to penetrate or dominate possession.
In the game, there was one midfielder who proved he can make Christian Eriksen sit on the bench in the upcoming matches. Brazilian midfielder Fred was brought on by Erik Ten Hag in the second half and he had an exceptional performance to help his team win the match.
The 29-year-old.had some successful tackles in the match improving the team's defensive strength. He also had some accurate passes in the game a better output than what he has been doing in the last few weeks.
Fred can make dominated Manchester United's midfield yesterday, read the game, and predict the pace which could see him get more playing time in the coming weeks ahead of Christian Eriksen.
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