Manchester United secured all three points against Unai Emery's boys on Wednesday night. Before the game, Ole had to make some vital decisions that helped the team win this crucial game, Manchester United had lost three games in their last four fixtures.
The red devils lost against Aston Villa on Sunday, the defeat against West Ham in the Carabao cup and Young boys 2-1 win in the opening UEFA Champions League game adds up the team slow start to the 2021/2022 football campaign season.
Manchester United had to struggle through the first half to force out a draw thanks to De Gea's bravery in front of goal. The second half of the game started on a bright note for Villareal and they were able to carve out a goal to take the lead. However, Alex Telles equalized for the red devils after providing a great assist for the defender.
Ole made a great decision by substituting Greenwood and Jadon Sancho, both stars had a quiet evening in the game and their substitution paid off as Lingard and Ronaldo were able to link up for a goal against Villareal.
The team will have an eventful October and November as they are going to be facing off against top teams in the EPL and Europe. Manchester United has two Champions League fixtures coming up in their next eight games.
The team faces off against Everton today before their trip to Leicester City.
The next game for Ole's men is a UEFA Champions League clash against Atalanta, then they will clash with Liverpool, Tottenham, and Atalanta will wrap up October's fixture and Man City will welcome them into November in a crucial game.
With injury currently hitting Man United's defense, Ole is set to face another big test as a Mna United coach.
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