After traveling to Southampton for the early matchday 4 of the Premier League, Manchester United has once again saved three crucial points. After losses to Brighton and Brentford, the Red Devils' play looks to be getting better and better. Today, I have recorded only the attackers rating which seem to be low.
Here are the Red Devils Attackers' Rating in the game against Southampton.
Jadon Sancho (6/10):
Although he wasn't at his best productive, he was persistent and worked hard nonetheless. His fast pass to Dalot allowed Fernandes to get in behind Southampton's defense.
Anthony Elanga (6/10):
Had a responsibility to act better while allowing Bazunu to block his close-range shot during a fierce goalmouth melee. remained diligent throughout.
Marcus Rashford (5/10):
His ability to play through the middle is in doubt after such a trying day. even after being moved to the left, struggled to participate in the action.
Cristiano Ronaldo (4/10):
Though Cristiano came into the game from bench but appeared to be moving too slowly, particularly when rushing after the ball during a second-half break.
The attackers were too quite in the game against Southampton, according to the ratings.
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