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Anthony Martial’s Future at Manchester United Appears Dim

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In the clash against Arsenal on Sunday, Anthony Martial was handed a starting role for Manchester United, further solidifying the notion that his tenure at Old Trafford is inching towards its conclusion.

Despite starting his second consecutive game, the Frenchman’s impact remained minimal, and he found himself substituted just past the one-hour mark. On the pitch, he seemed to be taking a leisurely Sunday stroll at the Emirates Stadium, a stark contrast to the intensity of the game where United eventually succumbed to a 2-1 defeat against the Gunners.

Martial’s performance lacked any notable scoring opportunities, and it’s evident that at this juncture in his career, he falls far short of the lethal striker that Erik ten Hag’s squad requires to contend for major honors.

Having spent nine seasons at Old Trafford, a significant portion of the fanbase appears to have grown weary of waiting for the injury-prone forward to deliver consistent performances.

During the game, numerous Red Devils supporters took to Twitter to voice their disappointment with Martial’s lackluster display, describing him as “a shadow of his former self,” “looking like a football novice,” and “seemingly devoid of any impact.”

In contrast, Manchester United fans seemed more impressed with Rasmus Hojlund, who made his club debut by replacing Martial. The 20-year-old Danish forward showcased his physical prowess and, although not presented with significant scoring opportunities, managed to assume a central role in the Man United attack.

Dramatic Conclusion at the Emirates The match at the Emirates Stadium provided a dramatic storyline. After Arsenal initially dominated the proceedings, Marcus Rashford unexpectedly broke the deadlock against the run of play in the 27th minute. However, the home side quickly responded, with Martin Odegaard equalizing for Arsenal just 100 seconds later.

The second half was marked by contentious VAR decisions, as the initially awarded penalty to Arsenal for a foul by Aaron Wan-Bissaka on Kai Havertz was ultimately overturned. To add to the drama, a late Alejandro Garnacho goal for United was disallowed due to an offside ruling.

Deep into stoppage time, Declan Rice notched his first goal for Arsenal, and Gabriel Jesus added a third, leaving Manchester United to rue a defeat that had appeared to be a victory just moments earlier.

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