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Manchester United vs Barcelona - 4 Players Who Could Determine the Outcome of the Game

The match of the week is set to take place tonight as Manchester United host the current La Liga leaders Barcelona, at the historic Old Trafford. The fans in the stadium and those watching all around the world are eager to witness another remarkable performance by the Red Devils, who showed amazing resilience against Barcelona when they last met at the Spotify Camp Nou. It was a draw of 2-2 then, but now they are determined to beat Barcelona in their home ground. United manager Erik ten Hag will be hoping his men make history tonight as the thrilling encounter at the Old Trafford between Manchester United and Barcelona will surely be a sight to behold.

Barcelona: Robert Lewandowski

Robert Lewandowski will have to be sharp in front of goal when he faces Manchester United. His quickness and accuracy on the ball will be key to giving Barcelona a much needed edge to defeat their formidable opponent. With every move and pass Lewandowski makes, he will have to be laser-focused and determined to deliver. If Lewandowski succeeds, Barcelona could walk away with a huge victory. It will be a test of skill, wits and determination to get past a quality Man Utd side, but Lewandowski is more than up for the challenge.

Manchester United: Marcus Rashford

Marcus Rashford has been a sensation in recent matches, lighting up the pitch with his clinical strikes. He has been absolutely essential to Manchester United's campaign thus far, and his continuing form will be key to them advancing to the next stage of competition. Rashford is a major reason why Manchester United are well-positioned to move on and make a big impression in the competition. With his powerful pace and prolific scoring ability, he will continue to be a deciding factor in Man Utd's success.

Barcelona: Raphinha

Because of his versatility, Raphinha can play on either wing and, if necessary, fill the role of number 10. He is extremely left-footed but is not afraid to move down the field on his right foot, making him even harder to defend against. He also has incredible close control, dribbling ability, and agility. In addition to being a great playmaker, he is also composed and composed in front of goal. He can shoot from outside the box as well, increasing his ability to score goals. For Barcelona in the first leg, he was the best player on the field.

Manchester United: Luke Shaw

First of all, he's developed into a superb ball carrier who constantly drives United up the field with strong, driving runs from deep, playing the modern position of an inverted full-back. He also makes more off-the-ball runs and over/underlaps the left winger than ever before, and he does so with a lot of intensity. He normally does a decent job of blocking space and is wise enough to know when to accept a challenge. He did an amazing job as a center-back without Lisandro Martinez.

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