Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Victor Lindelof stood out but how did the rest of the Manchester United players fare against Chelsea on Saturday evening?
A shocking display from the Manchester United defence, and in particular Victor Lindelof, contributed to their 3-1 home defeat to Crystal Palace. Manchester United opened their league season in style, probably not the style their fans would have wanted it to be. In a thrilling encounter against Crystal Palace at Old Trafford, the Red Devils conceded three goals, scoring just one, in what was a horrid display from the team. It started in favour of Crystal Palace, who aimed to sit back and play on the counter, which we could see working right within the first ten minutes as Jeffrey Schlupp released Andros Townsend through on a tap-in. The shot was tucked brilliantly by the Englishman, in the only highlight of the first half. Full-time at Old Trafford.#MUFC #MUNCRY — Manchester United (@ManUtd) September 19, 2020 The second 45 were more intriguing as Mason Greenwood replaced Daniel James on the right wing. Palace were awarded a penalty after several checks […]
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