The first team
Les Mancuniens had a difficult week. They were first eliminated by West Ham in the League Cup on Wednesday night with a score of 1-0 despite 27 shots on goal … A little round and then go into this competition.
However, you elected Donny van de Beek man of the match on this meeting with an average of 3.70 / 5. Dean Henderson takes 2nd place with an average of 3.45.
The players were not able to recover in the league with a new 1-0 defeat against Aston Villa this time and a penalty missed by Bruno Fernandes (and 28 shots on goal … we insist but … ). As a bonus, Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw came out injured.
You voted David de Gea man of the match against Aston Villa with an average of 3.24 / 5. Raphaël Varane is 2nd with an average of 2.76.
The players currently unavailable are Marcus Rashford (shoulder surgery, return scheduled for October – he could quickly get the green light from doctors to resume contact training) and Amad Diallo (calf, return scheduled for mid-October). The latter posted a photo of him today on social networks with the club’s training outfit.
The -23-year-olds had a second straight victory against Everton. Success on the smaller of the margins 1-0 at Southport’s Pure Stadium. The winning goal was scored by Anthony Elanga in the third minute of play. The latter was also sent off at the very end of the match for an altercation with Whitaker. The U23s occupy 7th place in the standings. The team: Kovar, Wellens, Mengi (McShane 46 ‘), Hardley, Fernandez, Svidersky, Savage, Hoogewerf (Emeran 69’), Shoretire, Iqbal (Hugill 69 ‘), Elanga. [ManUtd.com]
The under-21s won their match against Bradford City 3-0 in the Papa John’s Trophy. The scorers of the meeting are: Charlie Savage (47 ‘), Joe Hugill (57’) and Dillon Hoogewerf (82 ‘). The team: Kovar, Fernandez, Mengi, McShane, Hardley (Hoogewerf 46 ‘), Savage, Svidersky, Wellens, Shoretire, Iqbal (Garnacho 86’), Hugill (Emeran 80 ‘). [ManUtd.com]
The under-18s won 4-2 in a tough game against a determined Stoke City team. The opening scoring of Marc Jurado (29 ‘), a brace from Manni Norkett (38’, 80 ‘) and a goal from Alexjandro Guarnacho (90’ + 2) were however enough (!) To win at home. The U18s occupy 10th place in the standings. The team: Vitek, Jurado, Kambwala (Bennett61 ‘), Aljofree, Murray, Oyedele, Mainoo, Garnacho, Gore, Mather, Norkett. [ManUtd.com]
The female team
The players lost heavily to Chelsea in the Super League on Sunday at Old Trafford 6-1. [ManUtd.com]
Chelsea were already leading by 3 goals at half-time and the entry goal of the second period (46 ‘) of the one who had just appeared on the field, Alessia Russo, did not weigh very heavily in the balance.
The team: Earps, Blundell, Mannion, Thorisdottir, Batlle, Zelem, Groenen (Ladd 65 ‘), Hanson, Staniforth (Russo 46’), Galton (Jones (80 ‘), Toone.
Players on loan
Brandon Williams (Norwich, Premier League): 0-2 loss to Everton. He played 86 minutes in the left lane of the defense after receiving a yellow card in the 84th. He remained on the bench in the 0-3 loss to Liverpool in the League Cup.
Axel Tuanzebe (Aston Villa, Premier League): Loss on penalties against Chelsea in the League Cup. He played 90 minutes in the middle of the defense. He logically did not take part in the match against Manchester United due to ineligibility.
Facundo Pellistri (CD Alavès, Liga – Spain): 0-1 defeat against Espanyol and 1-0 victory against Atletico Madrid. He came in mid-game each time and played for about 50 minutes in both games.
Andreas Pereira (Flamengo, Serie A – Brazil): defeat 0-1 against Gremio then victory 2-0 against Barcelona SC in the Copa Libertadores then draw 1-1 against America FC. He started the first two games and came out at the very end of the game. He entered the 61st in the weekend meet.
Reece Devine (St Johnstone, Premiership – Scotland): 0-1 loss to Hibernian. 2-0 Scottish League Cup victory. He stayed on the bench every time.
Dylan Levitt (Dundee United, Premiership – Scotland): 1-1 draw against Celtic. 1-3 loss to Dundee United in the Scottish League Cup. He took a yellow card in the 7th. He played both games in full.
Tahith Chong (Birmingham City, Championship / D2): 0-0 draw against Preston North End. He played the entire game.
Ethan Laird (Swansea, Championship / D2): 1-0 victory over Huddersfield. He played 90 minutes on the right. He remained on the bench in the League Cup loss to Brighton.
Di’shon Bernard (Hull City, Championship / D2): 0-2 loss to Stoke City. He remained on the bench.
James Garner (Nottingham Forest, Championship / D2): 1-1 draw against Millwall. Garner played the entire game.
Ethan Galbraith (Doncaster Rovers, League One / D3): lost 1-2 to Plymouth Argyle. He played 90 minutes, took a yellow card in the 83rd but was the author of an assist.
Nathan Bishop (Mansfield Town, League Two / D4): 0-0 draw against Leyton Orient. He started again in goal.
D’Mani Mellor (Salford City, League Two / D4): draw 2-2 against Northampton. He wasn’t even on the scoresheet. He has only played for a minute since arriving at Salford in early August.
Will Fish (Stockport County, National League / D5): 2-1 win over Wrexham. He remained on the bench.
Connor Stanley (Atlanta United II, USL Championship / D2 – USA): defeats 0-4 and 2-3 against Legion Birmingham and Torres Rio. He stayed on the bench in Game 1 and entered in 69th in 2nd.