Yes & hand on heart prior to Ibras goal I thought he was really poor too. But a sign of a good footballer is even when you play badly that chance you get you put it away.
Yeah deffo can't cheer to much about the performance. It's been decent nothing that excites me!
2-0 against a bad 10 man Sunderland team IMO would be a very poor result.
Even Smalling has been captain so that standards dropped a while agoEdgardos wrote: ↑Sun Apr 09, 2017 3:42 pmResult looks well, controlled performance. Not a wonderful performance, Sunde were just really poor. Happy for Rashford. My biggest problem was impotent Pogba and absolute shit by Herrera, his shots wide are driving me crazy. Fellani as a captian is hard to comment for me. Imagine that he belongs now to the group of United captains like Keano, King Eric, Law, Sir Bobby, Nemanja, Rooney, etc...
He signed a one year deal last year for this year knowing what his role would be. He hasnt been on that his whole career
The more I read this statement the more the mind boggles. Winning an important 3 points at this stage of the season without having to get out first gear is probably one of the best things that could happen to this team. The fixture congestion coming up is insane, especially when you compare it to the 3 teams were competing with for 4th spot, why the fornicate would we go all out to beat a team 4 or 5-0 when the 3 points are in the bag
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