Premier League: Garnacho still opposes being a Manchester United starter

And theYesterday, Manchester United took revenge on Aston Villa, After losing the Premier League match last weekend 3-1 at Villa Park. This time, the match corresponding to the third round of the Carabao Cup was held at Old Trafford, and The Red Devils beat Birmingham 4-2. The match was not easy for Ten Hag team because they had to come from behind, but the fencing left a positive note and it was Argentine striker Alejandro Garnacho, who participated in the second half and helped his team win with two passes.

Garnacho came off the bench in the 62nd minute, just a minute after teammate Diogo Dalot scored an own goal, making Aston Villa 1-2 on the scoreboard. But it was going out and changing the game, because from that moment United scored three more goals with two passes from the Madrid-born youngster, which led to To be the best player in the game. The first was for Bruno Fernandes who made the score 3-2 in the 78th minute. The second was for Scott McTominay who made the score 4-2 in the 91st minute.

Eric Ten Hag is happy to contribute to the team

This performance did not go unnoticed by his coach, Eric Ten HagWho said after the match that he must keep working to make his way into the team: “It was good that he came in and showed that performance and had that impact on the match. But he has things to improve and learn, although of course we are happy with his development and he can contribute to the team. It depends on his attitude, I know he wants to get better every day and so it’s possible to play more“.

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It must be remembered that the 18-year-old scored his first goal in the Europa League against Real Sociedad last week. Among all competitions, he has played a total of 521 minutes spread over 10 matches so far, After scoring two goals and distributing three assists. According to “Transfermarkt”, His market value is five million euros, and his contract expires on June 30, 2023 with Manchester United.

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