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4-3-3 Killer Starting XI That Can Help Manchester United Bounce Back To Winning Ways

Manchester United needs to play an attacking football they what to bounce back go winning ways rather than playing a defensive game. Ole Gunnar prefers to use a 4-2-3-1 formation and recently he changed to a 3-5-2 formation. These two formations reduce the number of attacking players in the starting lineup.

It is high time the manager changes formation to a 4-3-3 formation. This will allow the club to play attacking football because they will use three attacking players instead of one. This they won't depend on a single player to score goals for the cub. Ole Gunnar has world-class players at his disposal the only problem is that he has not found the balance in his midfielder.

If Ole Gunnar changes to a 4-3-3 formation will use only one defensive midfielder meaning Fred will have to be dropped from the starting lineup. Scott McTominay will play as the only holding midfielder while Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes will be the attacking midfielders.

Jordan Sancho will start ahead of Mason Greenwood on the right side. Sancho is still among the most creative midfielders in the Premier League despite him not performing as expected. The 21-year-old needs more time to adjust to the premier league and should not be benched. Marcus Rashford will attack from the opposite wing while Cristiano Ronald will serve as the main striker. The Portuguese captain has been the main source of goals for the club since making his second debut against Newcastle United.

Harry Maguire and Raphael Varane will lead the defense. Manchester United's defense looks more organized and solid with the world cup winner in the starting lineup. Luke Shaw and Arron Wan Bissaka as always will retain their position. There are no doubts that David De Gea has been astonishing this season and will also retain his position in this lineup.

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