Former Manchester United player Paul Ince is disappointed despite the club’s recent winning streak
According to the Manchester Evening News, former Manchester United player Paul Ince is disappointed despite the club’s recent winning streak. However, he still believes that United can go a long way in this season’s league battle.
“Have they turned a corner? Can they get better? Yes. The Fulham performance wasn’t great. Good Premier League teams pick up points when they’re not playing well. They seem to have done that but now they need to switch it on.”
In a convincing display, United secured a 3-0 victory against Everton, bringing us to the 6th position on the table. There was much anticipation for a fiery atmosphere at Goodison Park after Everton’s 10-point deduction, but Manchester United passed the test with flying colours.
This game truly captivated the hearts of all who watched. In the closing stages of the match, Alejandro Garnacho showcased a truly remarkable performance that left spectators in a state of awe.
When comparing this season to last, Ince notes how much better Liverpool have become. They appear more balanced and have been very prolific in scoring goals this season. United, meanwhile, are winning games at a similar rate as Liverpool, but Ince claims that this squad is missing something. Perhaps Ince wants to highlight the gameplay as a whole.
It’s great to see United’s squad coming together as time goes on. Bruno Fernandes played a crucial role in helping Rashford regain his confidence by providing him with the opportunity to convert a penalty, which he successfully did.
Ince also emphasizes on the point that how Erik ten Hag is always pushing his squad to be more orchestrated while putting pressure on the opponents. However, this is a noteworthy change that we have seen ever since the Dutchman took over. Similarly, we have to play the upcoming games to put an end to our bleak start to the season.
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Our top priority is to win the remaining games in the Champions League. Let’s hope United can secure a spot in the knockouts and silence their critics.