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Chadwick has talked about Manchester’s performance

Mon 07 December 2020 | 17:19

Manchester United’s former player has talked about Solskjaer decisions.

After

Manchester’s

1-0 win against

West Ham

the Red Devils’ former star has talked about the difference between the team’s performance in the first and the second half.

“The last two Premier League games his [Solskjaer] substitutions have completely changed the face of the game.”

Chadwick

told CaughtOffside

.

“Fernandes and Rashford – two important players who were maybe left out with Leipzig in mind, a game they need a result in – but he needed them on Saturday after a poor first-half showing. In that last half-hour we saw some incredible football and they got the result with those two playing a massive part in it.

“They’re definitely in the title race. It’s been a strange atmosphere ever since they came back from lockdown last season and I think that is making a difference to games. Anyone can beat anyone more than ever.

“If that West Ham result had gone the other way it’s a crisis again, but they had a wonderful last half-hour of the game and it’s almost changed the whole outlook of the season really.

“I think Ole could have taken any of those players off, it was such a poor performance across the board.

“It could have been any of that front four to get Fernandes and Rashford on the pitch, but Van de Beek was one of the unlucky ones. He was quite ineffective in the game but you could say that about anyone,

“I’m sure there’ll be more opportunities for him. It just shows how important Bruno Fernandes is, and I can’t imagine that in any important Premier League game that if he’s fit he’s not going to start the games.”


source: SportMob

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