Manchester United made the most spectacular performance of pre-season on Tuesday in Melbourne, Australia with a 3-1 defeat against Crystal Palace at the MCG.
Martial’s career in Manchester United looked a little doubtful:
The striking group of three players including Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford, and Jadon Sancho all got on the scoresheet as Erik’s ten Hag’s side excitedly went forward while looking shaky defensively. Martial’s career in Manchester United looked a little doubtful as last season he was loaned to Sevilla and opened the scoring with an amazing finish which followed a delightful cross from Diego Dalot.
In spite of Crystal Palace creating a couple of half chances at the time of the break, Manchester United controlled the half but was not able to get the second goal after the break. Manchester scored an amazing team goal, Rashford side-foots into a vacant net later Donny Van De Beek, Martial, and Sancho fully sliced open the Christal Palaced defense.
Manchester United’s first-team fighters gave an impressive performance:
Martial played Sancho through the goal, it was three only after 10 minutes with the English winger finishing analytically after fooling the goalkeeper. Crystal Palace got more engaged in the game after the team changed most of the players on the field. For Patrick Vieira‘s team, Joel Ward headed a consolation goal while later Will Fish a defender was sent off for United.
In United Martial’s career was looking like it will get over last season but this talented french attacker made a new contract under Ten Hag with his attacking style to play. He has scored in all three pre-season matches at Manchester United it will be fascinating to see him while feeding into the United team with Cristiano Ronaldo in the same picture at Old Trafford in spite of all the rumors spreading away.
Manchester United‘s first-team fighters gave an impressive performance. All three of the United team stickers on the score sheet with the Red Devils playing some spectacular football. Crystal Palace tried and competed hard and managed to pull a goal back in the second half.