Ralf Rangnick was on the touchline as he took charge of his first match as the new manager of Man United in a very thin win. The Red Devils clashed against Crystal Palace in a hotly contested Premier League clash but were lucky to escape with a win infront of the home fans. They were a fully transformed side.
Man United played in a system that looked like a 4-2-2-2 in the high-block. Lateral compactness, ball-far player tucking in, pressing with cover-shadow, aggressive pressures - it's all there. They enjoyed a possession of 59% against 41% for Palace in the first half.
New manager were definitely pleased with some stars who performed impressively vs Crystal Palace as he hinted they will be unstoppable in due course.
Here is the list of the five Man United stars who will be unstoppable after impressing Rangnick in his first match incharge.
1. Fred Rodriguez who netted the last minute winner.
2. Alex Telles3. Cristiano Ronaldo
4. Diogo Dalot5. Victor Lindelof
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