Erik ten Hag has decided to drop Marcus Rashford from the starting XI during Manchester United’s trip to Wolves. This move is said to be related to disciplinary issues despite his high form when he scored in the previous two matches.
However, coach Ten Hag still uses Rashford. No one else when he scored the only goal to help Man Utd beat Wolves to take 4th place in the Premier League table from Tottenham.
After the game, Rashford admitted: “I overslept and missed the pre-match team meeting. I arrived a little late. It’s the team’s rules and I understand that decision.”
Coach Ten Hag added: “Rashford did very well after the penalty. He was smart, energetic and scored a goal. The reaction was really positive.”
Rashford has 11 goals in 22 games in all competitions this season. It should be known that the English striker only had 5 goals in 32 games last season.
In addition, Rashford also scored the goal to bring the home team 5 victories when coming from the bench, the best achievement in Premier League history, according to Opta.
Xiao Lam | 21:58 December 31, 2022