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UCL: Why Manchester United May Not Record A Defeat Against Atalanta

1. The Board Are Giving Their Support To Ole

It's evident that the Manchester United board and club owner are not in any form of panic about the club's current dip in form. 

They have solely confided in Ole and that's a heavy boost ahead of any game. No panic! Just go in there and do your work and get the results. United have been in this kind of position last season, which they bounced back and got an away winning streak till the season ended. Ole loves big games, 

United board would be trusting him to turn things around from this UCL game. According to the report, the board is not even contemplating sacking Ole at the moment. 

2. Ronaldo to quell the critics around him

United woes have made football fans lash out at Cristiano Ronaldo for being the problem at the Red Devils end. 

Not startling to hear such chats especially when we consider Ronaldo's status in football. His entire football career has always been surrounded by controversies. Amidst controversy, Ronaldo provides an answer to silence them all. 

He has scored two goals already in the UCL. The UCL has always been his game, he owns the key to success in that competition. Ronaldo's probability of scoring against Atalanta is extremely high. 

3. Marcus Rashford returns to the team 

This is the biggest boost ahead of the game against Atalanta. Marcus Rashford is back into the fold with his pace and power.

Scored the goal that could have gotten United one point against Leicester City. His presence in the team will be more directional towards the goal. His teammates can spot all his runs, and can easily give him a long pass.

The left flank would be used effectively for United to win that game. Rashford would be playing with his Idol, Ronaldo. Being the first time in the same team, he would be ready to impress and affect change in the team. 

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