Like always, Manchester United has kept up their remarkable hunt for a top-four spot with a comfortable 3-0 win at relegation-threatened Aston Villa in the Premier League on Thursday.
The victory shows that the Man United, who have now been unbeaten in 17 league matches, and in all competitions, has become the first team ever since the formation of the Premier League to win four consecutive matches by a margin of three or more goals in each battle.
The Arguments about the Penalty Stroke
You could see that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side is fifth in the table that is one point behind fourth-placed Leicester City and two drifting from Chelsea in third with four games left behind. Man United kept on proceeding in the 27th minute after a controversial penalty award when referee Jon Moss led that Ezri Konsa had brought down Bruno Fernandes just inside the box. The squad from Portugal international rose to change the spot-kick.
Villa keeper Pepe Reina
Villa keeper Pepe Reina was busy dealing with efforts made by Mason Greenwood, and Anthony Martial, while Fernandes, unfortunately, missed a great chance when he headed over the ball, whereas the goal was at his mercy. Solskiaer stated, “I think it’s a penalty stroke,”
“The boy sticks out his leg, and Fernandes does a fantastic Zidane, Maradona turned and he landed on him. Thus I assume it to be a sure penalty.
The Best Star Found By Man United In Several Years
There wasn’t any dispute about United’s second goal, though, just before the break, there was a thundering drive from Greenwood after getting a good pass from Martial. The 18-year-old Mason Greenwood has now scored 16 goals in all competitions this season and is swiftly emerging as one of the most exciting young talents found by United for years.
Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s Comments for the Player
Solskjaer said, “Ever since I have been to the club, the youth team beat Chelsea and he scored three, I think, I was watching the game on my tab, and it’s natural for him to handle the ball, and throw it in the goals as well,”.
Now as he is playing with superior players, enjoying it, just doing the best with his job that he is supposed to be, and is enjoying his football,” the Norwegian shared his views.
The Goal by Paul Pogba, and Motionless Reina
Paul Pogba has wrapped up the victory against a Villa side, who were looking demoralized when Fernandes made a clever corner deep to the Frenchman outside the box. And instantly the World Cup winner placed the ball in the bottom corner past a motionless Reina and made his first league goal since April 2019