Manchester United were held into a goalless draw at halftime by Southampton after trio Bruno Fernandes, Christian Eriksen and Antony Elanga missed several open chances to score a goal. Man United Boss Benched Casemiro, Maguire and Ronaldo against Southampton but started struggling Elanga, Eriksen and Fernandes. Man United dominated ball possession and counter attacks but could not find the back of the net hence forced into a goalless draw.
Man United fans were unimpressed by trio Fernandes, Eriksen and Elanga wasteful performances as they urged Ten Hag to take them off as they play like head less chicken and lacked motivation. Although General teams' performance seemed to have improved the fans wanted to see Casemiro, Ronaldo, Maguire, Donny Van De Beek & Luke Shaw impress in the second. Man United fans insisted that Rashford and Fernandes costed the team alot of goals in the first half after losong ball possession and inacurrate shooting hence want Ronaldo & Casemiro in the first half.
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