Manchester United hosted Brighton to kick off the 2022–23 English Premier League season. In the new manager's potent starting lineup, David De Gea was chosen as the starting goalkeeper. The defense is comprised of Diego Dalot, Lisandro Matinez, Luke Shaw, and Harry Maguire. At this time, the manager made a crucial mistake that had an adverse effect on the team's performance in the first half.
As the team's captain, Harry Maguire lacked the calmness necessary and showed confusion in the back. In the middle of the field, he shouldn't have started both Bruno Fernandes and Eriksen. The two players lacked originality when in possession
Not to mention, the new manager should have used Cristiano Ronald instead of Antony Martial. The club lacked the offensive ability of the Portuguese captain. Both Rashford and Jodan Sancho were unable to get past Brighton's defense. For the first 45 minutes, Manchester United performed poorly, which gave Brighton the opportunity to easily break them down and score twice.
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