Manchester United could be a force to be reckoned with after the World Cup, and here's why:
If you've been watching the World Cup, you should have noticed something: Manchester United's dependable players have "done their talking" on the field.
Ten of Hag's first-choice midfielders have all performed admirably for their national teams. Eriksen has been in full control of Denmark's offence, the Danes haven't been as impressive as they were in Euro 20, but Eriksen seems to be back in his old best. In addition to Eriksen, Casemiro and Bruno Fernandes have impressed. Bruno Fernandes has taken it upon himself to propel Portugal to World Cup glory; he provided two assists in Portugal's 3-2 win over Ghana, and he scored a brace in Portugal's 2-0 win over Uruguay. Casemiro, on the other hand, has been fantastic for Brazil; his midfield defensive game against Serbia saw Brazil comfortably boss around the midfield, and who can forget Casemiro's classic long shot goal against Switzerland, which saw Brazil qualify for the World Cup round of 16? Aside from the midfield, it would be remiss not to mention Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw, who have been instrumental in the Three Lions' defence.
Lisandro Martinez also had a mercenary performance for Argentina in a 2-0 win over Mexico after being reinstated to the starting lineup. Finally, can we take a moment to recognise Rashford's brilliance? With his brace against Wales last night, the United winger now has three goals in three games (two as a substitute). Rashford's case could be a better example of how the claim class is permanent form varies.
Imagine all of Manchester United's World Cup players transferring their World Cup form to club football after the World Cup; United will be unstoppable.
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