TTSK– (Everton 0-3 Man Utd). Everton’s sudden deduction of 10 points naturally negatively affected the players’ morale. This is an opportunity for United to extend their winning streak in the Premier League. There was no coach Ten Hag in the coaching area but United played an extremely impressive match.
Video Everton 0-3 Man Utd
MU started the match against Everton without Hojlund in the striker line, Casemiro or Antony at the back. Furthermore, the “Red Devils” don’t even have coach Ten Hag in the technical area because of the coaching ban.
The worry for the Manucians is even greater when 18-year-old Mainoo plays in the midfield, Rashford – Martial – Garnacho in attack. But unexpectedly, this was MU’s most exciting match since the beginning of the season.
In the 3rd minute, Garnacho scored a super kick “upside down bicycle” to open the score for MU. The period that followed saw great difficulties for MU, when Everton attacked with all their might and created many dangerous opportunities.
It wasn’t until the 53rd minute that the turning point of the match came when Martial earned a penalty. Thanks to that, Rashford accurately took the penalty, increasing the gap. Martial’s impressive match was continued in the 75th minute with a delicate finish after an assist from Bruno Fernandes.
The 3-0 victory helped MU regain 6th place in the Premier League rankings, only 4 points away from the top 4 and 6 points away from the top. Furthermore, the “Red Devils” are well prepared for the big battle with Galatasaray in midweek.
FT: Everton 0-3 United
Garnacho 3′, Rashford 56′ (penalty), Martial 75′
Everton: Pickford, Young, Tarkowski, Branthwaite, Mykolenko, Harrison, Garner, Gueye, McNeil, Doucoure, Calvert LewinMan Utd: Onana, Dalot, Maguire, Lindelof, Shaw, Mainoo, McTominay, Fernandes, Rashford, Garnacho, Martial
While flying high with a series of 4 consecutive unbeaten matches (winning 3, drawing 1), Everton fell straight to the ground when the Premier League organizers deducted 10 points. Severely fined for violating financial fairness laws, Everton went from having 14 points to only 4 points. As a result, they dropped to the penultimate position on the rankings and are now only ranked above the “lowest” team, Burnley, thanks to their superior secondary index.
In the current situation, Everton of course cannot be mentally well prepared when welcoming MU. As for the away team, although MU is a big name, they are also playing quite poorly. The evidence is that in the last 5 matches, coach Erik Ten Hag and his team only won 2 but had to receive 3 defeats, including 2 consecutive losses at home with the same score of 0-3.
Despite the above reality, the Red Devils still have a basis to confidently aim for a beneficial result right at Goodison Park. The reason is because in addition to the fact that Everton just got into trouble, MU is somehow still in the top 6 of the Premier League rankings. It is true that this team has just lost 2 matches in a row in the League Cup and Champions League, but in the Premier League they have collected 12 points in just the last 5 rounds.