Alex Telles made his Premier League debut against West Brom on Saturday night.
The Brazilian played each of the 90 minutes as United toiled to a 1-0 triumph.
He ought to be satisfied with his commitment as he helped the group to a significant three focuses and clean sheet.
He contacted the ball multiple times altogether, just a single less event than Nemanja Matic.
(Photograph by Robbie Jay Barratt – AMA/Getty Images)
Telles won four airborne duels, made two handles, and two interferences. Protectively he made a decent commitment.
He finished 84 percent of his passes, and keeping in mind that on this event he didn't make any odds, it wasn't for absence of endeavoring, with hazardous corners bubbled into the case.
Telles was on the finish of two or three corners from Bruno Fernandes as well. The multiple times he lashed the ball into line Z. Be that as it may, it indicated great assaulting plan.
With Luke Shaw harmed, Telles gets an opportunity for a genuine run of games now. Brandon Williams is prepared to step in if necessary, yet Telles' presentation recommended he won't be.
Telles indicated a decent association with Fernandes as well, who he definitely knows from the Portuguese group.
This was only Telles' second game for United, and his first in the Premier League. Joined have won the two matches he has played.
It would now be an astonishment on the off chance that he exited in midweek against Istanbul Basaksehir.
Here is a gander at how United fans responded to Telles' presentation
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