“It’s going to be very difficult”


Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes has revealed how tough it is going to be for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to recuperate from the harrowing defeat towards Liverpool.

Here’s what the previous English player said:

“It’s going to be very difficult [for Solskjaer] to come back from it, you really don’t know. You do have to question tactics, today of all days, we keep going back to it, playing those two in midfield [Fred and Scott McTominay] virtually on their own. It was almost two against five players at times. It’s impossible for any midfielder.”

Scholes added:

“We can sit here and say Fred and McTominay aren’t good enough for Man United in centre midfield to win a league, but when you’re exposed as they are it’s impossible for anyone. This was always going to happen, playing a game like that against a top-class team, this was always going to happen.”

Scholes additionally revealed how among the Manchester United gamers have by no means gained something. But they’ve been applauded for his or her expertise, which has come beneath scrutiny after performances just like the one towards Liverpool the opposite night time.

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The Red Devils have been 0-2 down throughout the first quarter-hour of the sport. Naby Ketia and Diogo Jota’s objectives have been shadowed by Mo Salah‘s hat-trick. Liverpool completely thrashed Manchester United and scored 5 objectives previous their back-line.

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This has put Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s tactics and position at Old Trafford on a sticky wicket. Fans and pundits are of the view that Manchester United want a greater supervisor to compete with the likes of Pep Guardiola, Jurgen Klopp and Thomas Tuchel.

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Paul Scholes accuses Manchester United’s Mason Greenwood of dishonest towards Liverpool

The 46-year-old believes Greenwood’s poor decision-making “ruined the whole team.”

Greenwood ran out of place to chase down Virgil van Dijk, forcing Manchester United’s protection to change form. This made it simpler for Salah, Robertson and Ketia to transfer into higher scoring positions.

“The two midfielders playing on their own. If you do that against City or Liverpool, halftime you’ll be 3-0 or 4-0 down.””Go and do that on Sunday against Liverpool, see what happens.”Paul Scholes had the 🔮 out on Wednesday night after Man United beat Atalanta… https://t.co/By0Hl4ryRS

Here’s what Scholes mentioned on the topic:

“Tactically it was bad today, really bad. You think about Mason [Greenwood] in that first instance going to close him down, that was almost cheating. He knew he wasn’t going to get the ball and he knew it looks like he was going to close him down but he knew he was just going to pass it and he can’t do anything.”

He added:

“It’s almost a cheating way of sprinting to him, they pass it and then he has a little walk back because he thought, ‘I’ve done my bit’. But he hasn’t done his bit, he’s ruined the whole team, all the team get pulled out of position, [Aaron] Wan-Bissaka has to come out, [Victor] Lindelof ends up at right-back, then there’s all of the space in the middle.”

Manchester United have now failed to win their final 4 Premier League video games. Furthermore, they’ve failed to hold a clear sheet in simply certainly one of their final 21 video games.

After the Red Devils misplaced to Liverpool the opposite night time, they’re now seven factors behind their rivals and as many as eight off present Premier League leaders Chelsea.

It’s protected to say {that a} transfer up the Premier League desk will be an uphill process for Manchester United.

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