Eric ten Hag is starting to stamp his authority in the English premier League. This was after guiding his Manchester United team to a second consecutive win in the premier league over Southampton after their famous win over Liverpool on Monday.
Eric ten Hag named unchanged lineup for the game as he used the same lineup that won over Liverpool. United captain Harry Maguire and star striker Cristiano Ronaldo both started on the bench for the second consecutive match.
United went and won the match 1-0 with the winning goal being scored by Bruno Fernandes in the second match. United were able to keep a clean sheet for the first time under Ten Hag.
After the game, United legend Paul Scholes identified these four Manchester United star for their good showing during the game. Scholes was impressed by the performance of United captain of the day Bruno Fernandes and Diogo Dalot. He was mainly impressed by the way they combined for the United goal which was scored by Bruno.
Scholes was also impressed by United new signings of Lisandro Martinez and Tyrell Malacia for their neat defending and being able to help the team keep the clean sheet.
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