Match Analysis: Man Utd's Loss Was Chelsea's Luck And Mourinho's Mistake
By OptimumWoleh | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 771 views
Today's FA Cup semi-final match between Manchester United and Chelsea has ended in a lucky event for the latter and a great loss to the former all because of Mourinho's mistake during his drafting of a lineup startup for the team.
Though Frank Lampard was very resolute in winning today's match from the looks of the lineup formation of he used, where he excluded Tammy Abraham and Arizzabalaga Keper from starting the match.
This paid out for Chelsea because the team were able to maintain a teamwork, with the attacking and defensive sides both balanced, and they took every opportunities in the first half of the game.
Mourinho made a huge mistake which contributed to the team's loss, when he delayed the substitution of Pogba, Greenwood, Martial and Rashford (though their influence was indifferent when they were later substituted into the pitch), these four players should have been included from the beginning of the match.
Manchester United played very well, with a nice possession in the first half of the game, but only if lost opportunities were put to good use for the team, these could have been better utilised if those four players had been on the pitch at this time.
But the slight opportunity and luck presented to the blues was immediately converted into a fruitful goal for the team by Olivier Giroud after which Mount scored the second goal, creating a tension moment for the Red Devils.
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