On Monday afternoon, Manchester United defeated Halifax 5-1 in a friendly match.
The game was intended to help players who played little to no part in Sunday's 2-1 loss to Brighton maintain their fitness.
The game versus Halifax featured players like Raphael Varane, Donny van de Beek, Eric Baily, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, and Anthony Elanga.
Heaton, Wan-Bissaka, Bailly, Varane, Malacia, Iqbal, Garner, Van De Beek, Garnacho, Amad, and Elanga made up Man United's starting lineup against Halifax today.
The Red Devils boys did very well in the closed doors friendly after being trashed in their first premier league game of the season. Ten Hag was not happy for the results but he insisted that he must be given enough time to build a team.
The likes of Malacia who only got few minutes in their first appearance had enough time to improve on their fitness , wich will help them be selected in the coming matches. Do you think Ten Hag can change manchester united ? Comment and follow for more updates.
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