Match report: Villarreal 0 Man United 2 | November 23, 2021


A loose ball came to Fred outside the box but his skillful right-footed shot was safely handled by Rulli as the chance to appear early in the second half was high. However, United were indebted to De Gea just before the hour mark as it looked as though the hosts would take the lead. Gomez’s effort edged past Aaron Wan-Bissaka and fell to Trigueros inside the box, who had time to measure his shot. Fortunately, De Gea promptly jumped down to save a spectacular one-handed.

Carrick decided to bring in Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford to replace Donny van de Beek and Martial in the 66th minute.

A thrilling situation flared up in the 71st minute when Sancho played a superb one or two with Fernandes, but was saved when Rulli jumped out of the way to block with his foot as the England international saw his first goal. his for the Red Devils.

With 12 minutes left, Rulli passed the ball out and Fred rushed out to intercept Etienne Capoue.

Capoue tried to atone but was unable to land a header from Alberto Moreno’s cross toward goal as Villarreal desperately chased to equalize. Ronaldo was almost on the scoresheet after showing smart prediction to catch Juan Foyth’s header against Rulli, only to narrowly miss the post. Substitutes Rashford and Fernandes also put in pretty decent efforts ahead of goal, before freezing, as the Reds finished strong in a satisfying evening in Spain.

Fred won the ball again in midfield and a sleek move culminated in Rashford facing Fernandes, who helped it into the net of Sancho. The away fans held their breath and were able to witness the winger’s first strike for the club as his smash hit the underside of the bar in the second. Match report: Villarreal 0 Man United 2 | November 23, 2021

James Brien

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