Manchester United were able to salvage a win in yesterday's match against Atalanta football club after they conceded two early goals. The performance of the team was not very convincing.
Some players had a very poor game and they should be removed from the starting lineup of the club because they also performed poorly in other matches. Here are 3 Manchester United players that should be removed from the starting lineup of the team.
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1 - Victor Lindelof: To be very sincere, the Swedish defender performed like a third choice defender in yesterday's match, he is definitely not the type of player that should be playing as a central defender for a club like Manchester United.
He is always performing poorly whenever his defensive partner is not performing well, he was dribbled a lot of times during yesterday's game and he could not do anything to cage Duran Zapata who was always overpowering him.
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2 - Fred: The Brazil midfielder is always finding it very difficult to put up a good performance for the red devils, his inability to circulate the ball around is always hunting him down and it is really having a negative impact on the team.
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The defensive midfielder has gotten a lot of energy, but he is always failing to recover the ball whenever the team losses it. He is poor in doing the defensive work and he is also not creative.
3 - Harry Maguire: He was able to score a goal for the red devils in yesterday's win, but he was responsible for the two goals that Atalanta football club scored against Manchester United.
The England international has been performing very poorly for the team this season and yesterday was not an exception, his wrong positioning contributed to the two goals that were conceded by Manchester United.
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Meanwhile, which of these players do you think should continue to play regularly for Manchester United? Share your thoughts with us, thanks.
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