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    Manchester United’s tactics were torn apart by Wolves boss Bruno Lage after his side won 1-0 at Old Trafford.

    He said: “The most important thing to us is to see where the full-backs are and in which positions they start in order to find the spaces.

    “When they are defending or when they are attacking, where are they? And if you look at the first-half, when they defended, they were trying to block. [Edinson] Cavani tried to control Ruben [Neves], Cristiano Ronaldo tried to control [Conor] Coady and the wingers came inside.
    “So the space was on the outside. That’s why [Nelson] Semedo and Marcal had a lot of chances and a lot of the ball in the first-half.

    “And the boys found those spaces. That’s what is so important – when you have the ball to find the space. And when you are defending [Daniel] Podence and Trincao understand what to do if the full-backs are in front of them…

    “Or if they go it’s not your man and you control the space inside. The players understood the plan and we deserved the three points.”

    Meanwhile, a Manchester United player allegedly had to GOOGLE who Ralf Rangnick was when he was named as the club’s new boss.
    it’s been claimed that at-least one bewildered United star had to resort to the popular search engine Google to find out who the incoming German was, according to ESPN reporter Mark Ogden.

    Ogden also claims that there may have been more United players who flocked to Google to check out Rangnick’s credentials – but wasn’t able to confirm if this was the case.

    The Red Devils have been out of sorts recently – and the members of the team not recognising Rangnick’s credentials could play a part in their poor form, Ogden alleges.


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