Manchester United lost 1-0 to Aston Villa at Old Trafford in a dramatic match which saw Bruno Fernandes lose a penalty kick towards the end of injury time. Generally, all Manchester United players had a sluggish game. They all looked tired and lacked coordination.
However, one player who proved that he cannot play well in the same starting lineup with The Portuguese captain is Mason Greenwood. The 19-year-old forward refused to pass the ball to cristiano Ronald on several occasions and opted to shot.
Mason Greenwood was one of the most active strikers today but his behavior might have denied the team three crucial points in the race for the Premier League title. He even at some point refused to pass the ball to Bruno who had a clear scoring opportunity and opted to score himself.
Manchester United's next game is against Villarreal in the Champions League group stages. This is a must-win match after losing to Young Boys in the opening group match.
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