20 Th1 2022 | 09:22
In the match of round 17 of the Premier League this morning, Man Utd defeated Brentford with a score of 3-1. The Red Devils did not play well in the first half but exploded in the second half with three goals from Anthony Elanga, Mason Greenwood and Marcus Rashford.
After the match, coach Thomas Frank of Brentford could not believe what had happened, especially when his team played extremely well in the first half. This military leader bitterly affirmed that MU was too lucky in the match. dawn this morning.
“I am proud of my team. We are the smallest club in the Premier League, while Man Utd are one of the biggest names. But in this game we destroyed them in the first half. With three clear chances, the game should have been different.
Man Utd is incredibly lucky. Our failure was not being able to take advantage of the opportunity. De Gea played brilliantly. If given the chance again, someone will definitely score. Brentford’s tight play killed them. We showed it in the first half with our own way of playing,” coach Thomas Frank bitterly shared after the game.
After being led by Man Utd 3 goals, Brentford only regained 1 goal at the end of the game thanks to Ivan Toney’s goal. Coach Thomas Frank admitted Brentford’s morale had dropped after the second goal.
This is a victory of great significance for Man Utd because it has helped them narrow the gap with the 4th ranked team (West Ham) to 2 points. However, the race for the top 4 is still going on very fiercely with teachers and students Ralf Rangnick, especially when they have played more matches than the two top opponents, Tottenham and Arsenal. In the match of the 23rd round this weekend, the Red Devils will host West Ham at Old Trafford.