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Man United Player Who Proved Ole Gunnar Wrong For Always Benching Him After Yesterday's Match

Manchester United came out with a point yesterday where his side faced leaders Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. In that match, one of United players proved Ole Gunnar wrong for always leaving him out on the bench when he was behind the wheels.

In that match, Chelsea kicked off with a high pace as they throw in constant attack to United in search of an early goal. De Gea made some few saves before half time to denie Chelsea a goal.

In the second half, Sancho opened the scoring in the 50th minute. Their lead lasted on ten minutes after the host were awarded a penalty following Wan Bissaka's foul on Thiago Silva. Jorgihno converted from the spot as usual to bring his side back on level terms with United.

The match finished 1-1 even after both sides tried to bring in more attacking force like Cristiano and Lukaku. In that match, one of the players who stole the show is Jadon Sancho. His dribbling skills gave Chelsea defenders no rest throughout the match.

Sancho joined United this season after proving his class in the Bundesliga. Ole Gunnar lured him to Old Trafford but unfortunately he gave him minimum playing time. The Norwegian used to leave Sancho on the bench and gave other players like Greenwood more playing time.

After he was sacked, Carrick gave Sancho a chance to prove himself in the Champions League match against Villareal where he stole the show and came out with his first goal under United shirt.

Things got better for him when he once again started yesterday's match against Chelsea and scored. He proved he is one of the top players United can rely on when they need him.

This now means that Sancho top performance in yesterday's match proved Ole Gunnar wrong for always leaving him out on the bench when he was in charge.

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