Jamie Carragher pointed out one defender in the Premier League who could create problems for many English football strikers this season due to how aggressive he is when playing against their opponents in the Premier League.
The title chase this summer is coming more complicated due to stiff competition which is currently going on between giants clubs in this league who are battling for the top place in the table.
Manchester United has returned to this competition after hiring Erik Ten Hag as their new manager. The Dutchman boss succeeded in clinching points in the last four consecutive games which now placed the Red Devils in the fifth position despite losing the first two games against Brighton and Brentford.
The former Ajax manager signed two of his players who were in Ajax during his era of building this club in the Dutch league. These players as always given their best to United since their arrival in The Theatre Of Dream.
Anthony scored his first goals in the premier league against Arsenal on Sunday after completing his move to United's squad on the eve of the transfer deadline. This shocked many fans since they were not expecting that from this winger.
The former player of Liverpool Jamie Carragher made an honest admission about Martinez where he has warned strikers about this defender. According to him the new central defender of the United will be a 'disaster' to forward players in this league.
He said that "The thing I would say about Martinez is that he’s aggressive, reads the game well, gets on the ball well."
Due to his aggressiveness and how he exposed himself during the game, the former icon player of the Reds is sure that he will stop many strikers in this league.
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