Amad Dialo and Paul Pogba to Start-Manchester United Early News Before Match
By Bruno_Fernandes | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 16 views
Manchester United will face Leicester City in the FA quarter finals on Sunday 21st. United have injury boost after their stars have fully recovered and fit to play for the club. Leicester City have injury woes with up to six players out injured.
However, fans have made pleas that Amad Dialo and Paul Pogpa should start. Amad impressed during a 1-1 draw in the Europa league quarter finals after scoring a stunning header than was Equalized later in the final minutes. This has provided courage among fans that he will be of impact in the squad.
Paul Pogpa also impressed in the second leg against Ac Milan. He scored the winning goal after coming in as a substitute. This also proves that he is a talent and will cause some clever plays that will earn United victory in the awaited match. Fans have asked that the two should start together if United wants to record a win with more goals.
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