Manchester United players were back in training today after having an amazing performance in the UEFA Champions League matchday two. The Red Devils secured their first win of the competition as they defeated Villarreal 2-1 at the Old Trafford Stadium on Wednesday. The Red side of Manchester will be active in the Premier League tomorrow as they host Everton at the Old Trafford Stadium. Manchester United will be looking forward to gaining all three points against the Toffees on Saturday afternoon.
Well, in today's article I will be sharing the three things I observed from Manchester United training session so kindly stay tuned.
1, Harry Maguire's Absence From Training.
Harry Maguire missed Manchester United last Champions League fixture against Villarreal after sustaining a calf injury against Aston Villa in the Premier League. The 28-year-old weren't seen in Manchester United training session today as he is currently battling with that injury. The English International might not feature for Manchester United in their tomorrow's fixture against Everton.
2, Luke Shaw's Return To Training.
Luke Shaw quickly returned to training for Manchester United as he recovered from a minor injury he sustained against Aston Villa last week. The 26-year-old looked really sharp and vibrant today as he prepared for Man United next EPL clash.
3, Cristiano Ronaldo Trains Hard For Manchester United's Next Fixture.
Cristiano Ronaldo has become a really important player for Manchester United this season as he keeps rescuing them from difficult positions. The Portuguese International was present in Manchester United training session today as he trained energetically for their next Premier League fixture.
4, Marcus Rashford Returns To Full Fitness.
After being out of football action for about 2-3 months, Marcus Rashford had finally returned to full fitness and might be available for Manchester United's next Premier League fixture against Everton. The 24-year-old was active in training today as he carried out the normal training routines to maintain full fitness.
Can Man United defeat Everton in their next Premier League fixture? Kindly drop your comments. Thanks for reading.
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