The Braziian midfielder played an important role in Man United's victory over Newcastle United. The enforcer put in a great performance against Eddie Howe's men. However, checkout what Casemiro did against Barcelona that he repeated in Man United's win over Newcastle United.
He controlled Newcastle's midfield
The idea was that Newcastle United will outmatch the Red Devils. However, the Brazilain midfielder stepped up as he did in United's game against Barcelona. He controlled Newcastle's midfield with ease, authority, and calmness. So, he repelled everything that the trio of Bruno, Joelinton, and Schar threw at him. So, he controlled Newcastle United's and Barcelona's midfield.
Like he did against Barcelona, his presence in midfield made much difference. His influence in the middle freed the likes of Fred and Bruno Fernandes. Newcastle United midfielders struggled to cope with his tenacity.
Man United were more direct, dominant and purposeful when the midfielder is on the ball.
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