After Manchester United's shock defeat against Brighton, many critics slammed the side for their disastrous performance at the Amex Stadium. However, none of the players came in for as much criticism as Eric Bailly and Victor Lindelof after the 3-2 defeat.
Both players put on woeful displays, and their individual mistakes
After the 3-2 loss away to Brighton, it's safe to say that United haven't had the start to the season they'd hoped for. At the center of the whole saga are the reports coming out various media outlets in the UK that Paul Pogba and manager Jose Mourinho aren't seeing
Alex Ferguson is known to have an eye for young players. But the ex United manager made a remark about Mino Raiola when delivering a speech to Sale Sharks rugby club that proved that he is an excellent judge of character too. Ferguson was quoted ,
“There are one or two football
Manchester United legend and former captain, current Sky Sport news pundit Gary Neville has lashed out at the United defense saying “that back four is not good enough to win a premier league title”
After picking up 3 points on the opening day of the Premier League campaign against Leicester
Manchester United exhibited a very disappointing performance in their match against Brighton & Hove Albion which was played this Sunday at the Falmer Stadium, the home ground of Brighton. Despite having an impressive display in the first game against Leicester City, United failed to get points on Sunday against Brighton.
The Premier League season kicked off with a win over Leicester for United, who saw a major chunk of players missing due to injury and lack of match fitness. With a trip to Brighton up next, United manager Jose Mourinho has given some team updates.
The Manchester United boss says that
Manchester United visit the Falmer Stadium to face Brighton Hove Albion for the 2nd league game of the season on Sunday evening. The Red Devils will look to get back-to-back victories in the Premier League after beating Leicester City by 2-1 at Old Trafford on last Friday.
Mourinho's men would be confident of