Cursed Red devils?

2022-05-31 0 By

What to worry about what, Manchester United again add to the block, like all magic fans, magic little read the heart pull cold pull cold.Three consecutive 1-1 draws in regular time against middlesbrough, burnley and mid-table Southampton, all three games into the year of the Tiger.At home to Southampton, Sancho scored after 21 first-half minutes, but the script in all three games was strikingly similar: the Reds went ahead and missed chances, while the other side equalised in the second half.United tried to take the lead but could not score a second goal.It cannot be said that United did not create scoring chances, with an XG of 4.1 against Middlesbrough, 2.17 against Burnley and 2.56 against Saints, a total of 8.83, meaning that under normal circumstances United would have scored between eight and nine goals in those three games.But the reality was that United could only score one goal in every game and the rest turned into sighs of disappointment.Last night, for example, cristiano Ronaldo’s goal drought stretched to six games as he was saved by the Saints defender after his opening drive had already seen him past the attacking goalkeeper Fraser Foster.Sancho countered with a long run and his shot was blocked by the keeper.Luke – Shaw two free – kick cross, Maguire kick + head, both are saved.Two goals were called offside, but there was no dispute.If the referee had been strict, Maguire would have been given a red card + penalty this time.What’s wrong with United?The appearance is to grasp the opportunity is not good, the essence is to attack and defense both ends of the defects.With the exception of goalkeeper David de Gea, you seem to be able to find fault with any player on the pitch.”United have good players, but they’re not a good team because they don’t have the spirit to stick together,” said Sheringham.”As things stand Manchester United have got a lot of good players but everyone seems to be doing what they want and there’s no leadership, there’s no unity, there’s no camaraderie and that doesn’t get you through.David de Gea, who was voted red Devils player of the month for three consecutive months and Premier League player of the month last month, also said the team was cursed.”I think someone has put a curse on us or something, in fact I don’t know, I really don’t.They always ask me, the lads talk about it and we just say ‘we don’t know what’s going on’.De Gea stressed: “Things need to change quickly and we have to realise that what is being done is not enough.”Where does this United team go from here?All the faces are blank…