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“stupid fouls”: Paul Scholes slams “stupid” Bruno Fernandes as Andre Onana call made

Manchester United Shift Focus to Premier League After Disappointing Draw

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After a frustrating 3-3 draw against Galatasaray in the Champions League, Manchester United is gearing up for a crucial Premier League clash against Newcastle.

The outcome of the Galatasaray match leaves Erik ten Hag’s side at the bottom of their group, requiring a victory against Bayern Munich in the final group game and a favorable result in the Galatasaray vs. Copenhagen fixture to progress to the last 16.

Despite the recent setback, United sits sixth in the Premier League, just one point above Newcastle, having secured victories in their last three league games.

As the team prepares for the upcoming challenge, here are the latest developments from the Manchester camp:

Ten Hag’s Decision on Onana:
Goalkeeper Andre Onana, despite his two costly mistakes against Galatasaray, is expected to retain his starting position against Newcastle.

Ten Hag has emphasized the need for Onana to avoid further errors, with backup goalkeeper Altay Bayindir ready to step in.

Ten Hag acknowledged Altay’s progress and urged him to remain patient while waiting for his opportunity.

Scholes Criticizes Fernandes:
Paul Scholes took issue with Bruno Fernandes’ post-match comments admitting to “conceding really bad goals.”

Scholes pointed out that Fernandes was culpable for giving away “stupid fouls” that led to goals, emphasizing the collective responsibility of the team, including the captain, to secure a win.

Schmeichel’s Assessment of Martial:
Peter Schmeichel directed criticism at Anthony Martial, stating that the substitute “did not do anything” after replacing Rasmus Hojlund.

Schmeichel highlighted the importance of maintaining pressure on the opposition when leading, expressing disappointment in Martial’s contribution and its impact on the team’s overall performance.

Despite the challenges, Manchester United aims to bounce back with a victory against Newcastle and continue their pursuit of success in the Premier League.

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