“His a Criminal and Selfish” – Media rip into Man United £200,000 per week star for what he did right before Martial’s goal

“His a Criminal and Selfish” – Media rip into Man United £200,000 per week star for what he did right before Martial’s goal

Prior to Wolverhampton Wanderers’ opening goal this afternoon, Manchester United winger Antony was reprimanded for failing to pass the ball to Anthony Martial.

What result did Manchester United vs. Wolves have?

The goals of Anthony Martial and Alejandro Garnacho proved to be the deciding factors as Man United earned a vital three points in their pursuit of a top-four finish in the Premier League this afternoon.

With three games left to play, the result puts the Red Devils four points ahead of Liverpool in fifth place. With a trip to Bournemouth coming up next, they have a good chance of qualifying for the Champions League for the following season.

With Antony’s help, the Frenchman scored shortly after the half-hour mark, but United could have led 3-0 at the break, according to writer Alex Turk, if the winger had been more ready to pass the ball to his teammates.

The United Stand fan channel’s Beth Tucker added: “Antony not passing that to Martial is actually criminal.” Mark Goldbridge criticized the Brazilian for not allowing the striker through on goal. The number 9 will not succeed if others around him are always self-centered.

How did Antony perform in the wolf fight?

The 23-year-old eventually made up for his mistake by contributing significantly to the opening goal, but overall, it was a lackluster display in which he blew a significant opportunity by headed over from six yards out when unmarked.

Although there were some positive aspects to the Brazil international’s performance, including finishing all four of his dribbling attempts—more than any other United player—and creating one significant chance, he needs to stop squandering opportunities in the future.

Erik ten Hag will be expecting a stronger performance from Antony against Bournemouth next weekend. Man United did not pay a high price for Antony’s poor attacking decision-making today, but they could have paid a high price against better opponents.

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