Five things wey we observe as Manchester United knack Wolves 1-0: Juan Ikeji na player

Na Juan Mata wey burst Wolves yansh

Manchester United don finally win against Wolves under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. The person wey score for the Reds na Juan Mata, while na Anthony Martial do assist. The next game for the Reds na against Liverpool on Sunday. Make we talk about the five things wey we observe.

The first thing wey we observe na say Manchester United bin play well defensively against Wolves. The defenders try wella but na Harry Maguire and Brandon Williams shine pass as dem do many blocks to stop Wolves.

Secondly, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer dey bad at player management. As e risk Rashford against Wolves, hin injury don worsen. Right now, the chances of Rashford playing Liverpool dey very small.

Also, we observe say Manchester United’s attack bin no dey clinical enough against Wolves. Personally, Daniel James gats work more on hin finishing as e dey horrible at scoring. E sabi make runs behind defence but e go miss 9/10 chances on goal. Martial self no dey clinical last night but we believe say na lack of form cause hin own misses.

Also, we observe say Juan Mata, Nemanja Matic and Fred dey compliment for eachother for midfield. Matic dey solid and composed but e no get ginger, Fred get ginger but e no dey solid and composed, while Mata get creativity but e lack ginger and solidity. As Ole dey use all of them together, e dey work well.

Lastly, the Reds gats improve their team this January if dem wan battle for more than one trophy. The midfield for example, dey lack quality. Mata don old, Matic self don old.

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