Rashford squandered many opportunities in the 2-2 draw against Leicester in 15th round the FA Cup

Rashford squandered many opportunities in the 2-2 draw against Leicester in 15th round the FA Cup

Criticism for MU after a 2-2 draw against Leicester City will be very unfair. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s army is back to being a real big team? May. And are they eligible to compete for the FA Cup title with Liverpool?

MU has progressed. The strange resilience after each failure has helped the Manchester City representative rise strongly recently. However, they still lack the maturity to get 3 points at the crucial moment.

MU deserves criticism because many individuals have not played well. Leicester is not like Leeds or Everton, opponents that MU easily beat recently. However, the developments at King Power Stadium show that MU has certain progress in gameplay.

Representatives of Manchester City countered the defensive weapon of Leicester during the two main rounds. However, this problem is resolved by coach Ole Solskjaer when MU creates many scoring opportunities.

The football of Manchester City’s representatives is also elegant. It gives fans confidence that their pet team can find goals. MU has done that. All thanks to the formation has depth.

However, Solskjaer’s MU is not a perfect team. They lack the patience to defeat every opponent. Because of this, MU continuously squandered scoring opportunities. Coach Solskjaer was right when he felt disappointed after the match.

The Norwegian strategist’s team plays well against a nasty opponent. According to WhoScored, MU launched 9 shots on goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel’s goal, of which 4 times the ball hit the target.

Rahsford scored against Leicester. However, people remember many of the opportunities that he missed. The English striker needs to work to overcome the great pressure on his feet, if he wants to become a class striker.

The way MU defended against Leicester was somewhat passive. And they have to taste the bitter fruit because of this. Bruno Fernandes and Scott McTominay should have quickly approached Harvey Barnes as soon as Leicester’s No. 15 had the ball.