Manchester United boss Ralf Rangnick can be blissful together with his choice of the crew that defeated Brentford away from dwelling.
The German boss oversaw a 3-1 victory that would have simply gone mistaken in a first-half fraught with defensive errors.
UtdArena tweeted: “Raphaël Varane (9/10) and Victor Lindelöf (6/7) received 15/17 aerial duels at the moment and made an extra six headed clearances on high of that.”
Raphaël Varane (9/10) and Victor Lindelöf (6/7) received 15/17 aerial duels at the moment and made an extra six headed clearances on high of that.
They had been examined closely tonight and each handed with flying colors.
— UtdArena (@utdarena) January 19, 2022
Nonetheless, United bounced again and within the second half scored three targets from three completely different academy merchandise in Anthony Elanga, Mason Greenwood, and Marcus Rashford.
It was a superb response from the gamers and maybe it wouldn’t have occurred had it not been for Raphael Varane, Victor Lindelof, and David de Gea.
Harry Maguire will be the captain of the membership and so usually, by default in some methods, is the primary identify on the teamsheet.
Nonetheless, Rangnick caught to his weapons by permitting Varane and Lindelof to proceed their partnership collectively.
The duo have impressed within the absence of Maguire because of harm and so it made sense to reward them regardless of his return.
The previous Leicester Metropolis man ended up coming onto the sphere regardless as Rangnick opted to modify to a again three.
Apparently sufficient, Maguire was on the pitch however Bruno Fernandes saved the captain’s armband and though an excessive amount of can’t be learn into it, it may very well be an indication of what’s to return.
Experiences emerged earlier than the match claiming Rangnick really feel the Englishman isn’t ok to be a starter for Manchester United, together with Luke Shaw and Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
It stays to be seen if Maguire can earn his spot again however the stats above present it’s price sticking with Lindelof and Varane for now.