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“I’m not to blame,” Rashford blames only one player for Brighton’s victory, sending five clear warnings to Man United supporters.

I'm not at fault. - By pointing the finger at only one player for Brighton's triumph, Rashford sends five clear messages to Man United supporters.

by Dandozzy

Marcus Rashford of Manchester United was attacked for his football acumen during the discouraging 3-1 loss to Brighton, which led to supporters questioning his choices.

Roberto De Zerbi’s Brighton outplayed United at Old Trafford, continuing their poor start to the Premier League season. Danny Welbeck, Pascal Gross, and Joao Pedro all scored to give Brighton the lead, and United could only muster a late consolation through youngster Hannibal Mejbri. This was the team’s first home loss in 20 games.

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The team’s talisman Rashford took the brunt of the scorn. In addition to criticism for what appeared to be a lack of effort while Brighton was in possession, his football IQ was also questioned. With the ball on the left wing at the start of the second half, Rashford stopped the opposing defender. Rasmus Hojlund’s quick dash to the far post, even though Hojlund made a cross, was unnoticed as he instead shot with his left foot, into the side net.

Hojlund frequently executes this exact play, and a fan posted video of him scoring in a position that is nearly identical to this one during his time at Atalanta. One fan said, “The fact that Hojlund pointed out where he would be and where he wanted the ball as soon as Rashford received it made me even more upset than” following the event, which created a discussion among the audience.

Rashford might learn from Manchester City, which places a strong emphasis on teamwork, according to another supporter: “Just growing up, Rashford can witness Man City, how everyone works for Haaland.”

Many supporters have voiced dissatisfaction at how frequently such poor choices are made at a team of the caliber of United, and they wonder whether manager Erik ten Hag will address the issues during exercise. Rashford received harsh criticism from one supporter who stated, “Man City players wouldn’t do that; This pass should have been taken and put into the net. They are champs because of this. Rashford wants to be a star and is just concerned about himself. Ten Hag must have forgotten to pick it up.

Rashford’s morality was questioned by another fan, who asked: “Do you believe Rashford is spying on him? Laugh. Every other area of the box, he concluded, was a dummy target.

Simply put, one user wrote Rashford. What a self-centered player.

Notably, in the first half, Rashford gave Hojlund an opportunity, but the goal was disallowed when the ball went out. With three losses in its first five games, United is off to its worst start since 1989. The club is now concentrating on its Champions League match. Wednesday saw Bayern Munich.

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1 comment

SEGUJJA TONNY September 18, 2023 - 7:44 am

Am united fan but am not happy because selfishness prayers at club, Rashford is number and Antony is second one,we ask ten hug to solve that problem but otherwise united is going to cry every y


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