Manchester United announced the signing of one of their top target last summer. Jason Sancho arrived at old Trafford with much fanfare surpassed only by the arrival of Ronaldo. The young winger has been tipped by many to register more goals and assists for the club.
8 games played already, Sancho is yet to score or register any assist. Many fans are already doubting if he can survive in England. However, Man United's pattern of play might be the reason for Sancho's slow start. The Red Devils are known for passing the ball more around the midfield rather than to the wings. Sancho at Dortmund is used to receiving more balls and does less work in defense.
Sancho was in action once again on Saturday as he started for England in their World Cup qualifiers game. The English man was incredible in the 70th minutes he spent on the pitch. Sancho assisted 2 out of the 3 goals England scored while he was on the pitch. He created 4 chances, won 4 duels, made 4 crosses, and had 1 shot on target. (source: Squawka Football). Man United will be hoping he brings this form back to the premier League.
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