Anthony Martial has been at the center of criticism since the beginning of this season after a shocking poor performance from the player. There have since been calls from United fans who are also biggest stakeholders in the team for the player to be gotten rid of in the upcoming transfer window.
However, there seems to be change of tunes after Martial scored against Everton to give United a lead at halftime. Many of the fans have claimed that Martial is already gaining grounds and he could go back to the Martial we are all familiar to.
@Untd officials: Forget the goal, Martial was lively and confident in the first half. Looked direct and also made good defensive contributions. Hoping that goal is the beginning of a new Anthony Martial.
Ori mall: this is the martial we know, given more chances he could prove everyone wrong.
As a United fan I root for Martial to be given enough playing time to boost his fitness mojo. What are your thoughts?
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