Manchester United took on Everton at Old Trafford in the Premier League today. Manchester United's terrible Premier League form continued today as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Everton at Old Trafford. Anthony Martial's late first-half goal, assisted by Bruno Fernandes, gave Ole Gunnar's Manchester team the lead in the first half, which was canceled out by Everton's Andros Townsend in the 65th minute. After a bad performance in the Premier League, it appears that Ole Gunnar's job at Manchester United is in jeopardy.
The head coach of Manchester United, Ole Gunnar, made two mistakes that contributed to his draw, which are detailed in this article.
1. Substituting Anthony Martial for Jadon Sancho:
Anthony Martial was outstanding today and should not be taken off in the second half. Everton equalized in the second half as a result of Ole Gunnar's poor choice. In the second half, Jadon Sancho had no impact, and Anthony Martial may have scored another goal if he hadn't been replaced. Remember, Martial scored Manchester United's sole goal and could have played the game to the end if the head Ole Gunnar hadn't made the incorrect choice to take him off.
2. Starting Edison Cavani Instead Of Cristiano Ronaldo:
Another blunder made by Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho was starting Cristiano Ronaldo ahead of Edinson Cavani. Cristiano Ronaldo's performance was outstanding, and he should have started the game. Cavani was not clinical today, failing to fulfill his striker responsibilities. If Ronaldo had started in the earlier half of the game, he might have done better.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should constantly avoid making a choice that would cost him a match, as his dismal EPL numbers may force him out of the title race.
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