United’s wide-men playing too narrow

For a team with some of the best players in Europe, Manchester United’s performance in their 3-1 defeat by Watford was nowhere near the level I would expect.
United were sloppy and they did the sort of simple things 1xbet badly – like losing runners, or kicking 30-yard passes straight out of play – that are the basics for top-quality teams.
Watford deserve some credit, of course, for breaking the game up and playing well themselves.
But United were just not at it for long periods at Vicarage Road, and part of their problem was that they did not really look like they had a set gameplan when they came forward.
United’s wide-men playing too narrow

Odion Ighalo would end up out on the left, 1xbet although he was not tracking back so Antonio Valencia had lots of space.
More often than not, though, Valencia did not have any team-mates in front of him because, say, Rashford had gone inside too early.
Valencia was usually picking up the ball and running from deep so it meant that the Watford left-back, Jose Holebas, had time to get over and cover.
If Rashford was out there, United would have had a two-versus-one situation out on the right because Ighalo had not tracked back. Instead Valencia was looking up and seeing that everyone had moved inside.
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