Manchester United right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka wants to team to end the league campaign strongly
Manchester United right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka urges the Red Devils to end the league campaign on a strong note following the win over Bournemouth.
The three points on Saturday matched up with Liverpool dropping two at the same time, meant that United only need one point from their final two league games to secure Champions League football for next season.
Erik ten Hag has done an exceptional job to take a squad that was struggling big time last season to breaking the trophy drought this year and entering the name in the biggest European competition.
“We’ve still got two more games to go and you that’s the way how we want to finish.
“We need to finish strong and take the three points with the last two games left.
“We’ve got to take every game step by step and after today, my confidence is up. We have faith in the team and we hope to do it again on Thursday.”
Although the right-back did not mention it, United must keep the winning momentum going so that they go into that mammoth FA Cup against Manchester City on 3rd June with a positive frame of mind.
With City clinching the league and being favourites to beat Inter Milan in the Champions League final, it will be up to United to stop them from winning the treble, something only the Red Devils have managed to achieve so far in English football.
There is a week’s gap between the final league game and the cup final. So, ten Hag might look to play the first-choice XI for the final two league games and aim to finish with 75 points on the table.
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From a personal viewpoint, Wan-Bissaka must be looking to continue his good form in those games to stake his claim of starting the final ahead of Diogo Dalot. The Englishman has done well in the last few games and could deserve the chance on a big day at Wembley.