The best is often kept for the last. Alejandro Garnacho was the last name announced on the stadium’s PA system before Manchester United’s opening game of the season against Wolves and the crowd responded with a proper roar.
Carnacho wants to be the best player. And he responded with a grin before shooting the ball into the net. as part of the shooting practice before the game He also returned to the dressing room to sing ‘Viva Garnacho’ from the Stretford End.
This game is a chance for Carnacho to prove he can make an impact throughout the Premier League game. And he started cheerfully. by asking for the ball every time he has possession of the ball in the first few minutes
Carnacho tends to get excited when he starts. And that was the case throughout the opening game. which caused him to lose the ball and make easy passes. Casemiro to Sir Alex Ferguson Stand
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It was a rocky start for the 19-year-old and he’s not the only player struggling under the lights. As Wolves looked better in the opening market and created good opportunities for Pablo Sarabia and Matheus Cunha.
Andre Onana saves Sarabia’s shot. But he looked defeated by Cunha’s shot from the right. Old Trafford breathed a sigh of relief as the traveling supporters, who were more optimistic about their chances of a result, applauded.
Those missed chances seemed to wake United up. And they grew into the game as the first half progressed. But in the end, the ball around Wolverhampton’s penalty area was missing. And the midfielder struggled to control.
Although Carnacho tried to create a game every time he received the ball. But his effort in a step-over before a hard touch before halftime summed up the team’s performance and Erik ten Hag had to have a word at half-time.
Ten Hag needed his experienced players to step up and they eventually succeeded. This was supposed to be the night that young Garnacho seized the opportunity. But it was the senior members of the team that started to make a difference.
Casemiro was the most impressive of the starting three in the opening 45 minutes, and he returned to where he left off after half-time. Make important interventions and move up the pitch when pressure is needed.
Even in the fall of his football career But the Brazilian remains one of the best defensive midfielders in the world. and social media conversations during pre-season from a minority about The ‘need’ to replace him is always laughable.
Mason Mount, who was substituted with just 20 minutes remaining and Bruno Fernandes, was unable to catch up, but Casemiro kept the team alive. And maybe he’s an outstanding player. alongside Aaron Wan-Bissaka
There was debate before the race whether Wan-Bissaka should start or not. There won’t be before this weekend’s Tottenham game. Because the right-back did an excellent job against Wolverhampton. Both in defensive and offensive games
Wan-Bissaka got off to a strong start and that set the tone. He made Gunha look foolish when he returned the ball in style in the first half. And finally his night got better when he assisted the winner of the race.
after roaming down the right wing Wan-Bissaka flicks the ball at Rafael. Varane with high cross And in the end, Wolves’ defense was broken. with the French heading home via Jose The helpless sasha between the sticks
Varane celebrated wildly at the Stretford End and the club’s security guard punched him in the air. Varane rarely scores goals. And of course he enjoys scoring goals. Which seems to be enough for three points.
That was until Andre Onana collided with Max Kilman in extra time. It appeared to be a clear penalty and VAR checked, but strangely no penalty kick. Which led to a heated protest from Wolves manager Gary O’Neil.
United escaped a penalty appeal and won on their 21st opening day of the Premier League era. It’s not a cliché show, and Varane, Wan-Bissaka and Casemiro will be thanking the others full-time.
Those players delivered a disappointing night for United and they are guaranteed a head start against Spurs.
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