Fred picks favourite Manchester United match after making 100th Premier League appearance

After reaching 100 Premier League games, Fred says that the amazing winner he scored against Crystal Palace is one of his favorite Manchester United moments. Before suffering a hip injury against Everton, the 29-year-old scored three goals in a recent tie with Leicester City.

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Fred missed out on Saturday afternoon after being forced off in the first 45 minutes of United’s relegation-threatened defeat to Frank Lampard’s relegation-threatened team. Cristiano Ronaldo inspired United to victory over Norwich, dragging them back into the top-four mix.

Fred, who has been a standout performance since Ralf Rangnick took over as interim manager, was badly missed in that game and faces a battle against time to be fit for the match against Liverpool. Meanwhile, it was his jaw-dropping score in Rangnick’s first encounter as United manager in December that got the ball rolling.

“That’s tricky because it’s difficult to pinpoint a single game from the 100 I’ve played in,” Fred stated in an interview with MUFC media when asked about his favorite United experiences. This season, we had a memorable encounter against Crystal Palace, which we won 1-0.

“It was a fantastic atmosphere; we won, and I scored the game-winning goal.” I thought that was a standout performance.”

“I also remember the derbies,” Fred continued, “and beating [Manchester] City 2-1 away was a terrific game.” There are numerous historical games to keep in mind. The fact that I’ve played 100 games is quite significant in my career.”

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