Manchester United managed to secure a point today as they faced Chelsea at Stamford Bridge which was a fair result considering united’s recent form. Jadon Sancho scored his first Premier League goal but Aaron Wan Bissaka conceded a penalty which Joghino converted. Despite a number of first-team players being out on injury and suspension, Manchester United seemed to be compact.
However, the performance from Fred was poor and has left the majority of Machester United fans worried about their midfield. Despite playing with three defensive midfielders Manchester United still looked vulnerable in the middle of the park. Other than losing the ball on several occasions Fred also missed a very open chance to give manchester United the lead in the late minutes of the match.
His inability to make progressive passes has also been a concern as he would halt counterattacks from time to time. Manchester United fans have urged the manager to consider dropping him in their next match against Arsenal on Thursday. These are some of the comments from Manchester United fans:
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