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Man Utd 1-0 Brentford City; three significant lessons from the match at Old Trafford

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Manchester United secured a massive point at home as Brentford City made the trip to Old Trafford on Wednesday.

Erik ten Hag and his men would be pleased as they were lucky to get the win at the end of the match.

The Red Devils needed a huge response prior to this match and it was what they got from the game as expected.

Following the narrow win for the Red Devils, evaluates the lessons we’ve learnt from the game.

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We’ve seen in the past year’s players like Federico Macheda, Cristiano Ronaldo and Paul Pogba making a difference in a game for United.

And that was just what United needed as Rashford responded with the winning goal earlier on in the 27th minute of the match.

Massive three pointsHowever, the win may look, it’s three points for Manchester United and a valuable one at that matter.

They lost 2-0 at St.James Park to Eddie Howe’s high-flying Newcastle United on Sunday.

And anything other than a win would put pressure on the Red Devils’ seasons’ fate at the moment.

But thanks to Rashford and his entire teammates, the win was secured as they reclaimed their place in third position on the EPL log.

Another Clean Sheet

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The Red Devils may not have won the game with a high score line but players like goal-scorer Marcus Rashford, Antony and David de Gea were magnificent for Manchester United.

 While David De Gea saved from a one-on-one situation to preserve United’s lead in the second half thus keeping an important clean sheet in the game.

The Spaniard blocked an attacking move from substitute Kevin Schade. Before he picked up an injury that could be the defining feedback aftermath of this match.

This article was updated 3 months ago



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