De Gea Blunder, MU Detained by Everton Draw

De Gea Blunder, MU Detained by Everton Draw
Manchester United playmaker Bruno Fernandes is in action in the Premier League match against Everton at Goodison Park Stadium, Liverpool,

Manchester United were only able to draw 1-1 against host Everton. Goalkeeper David de Gea in the spotlight for making a blunder that scored goals for the opponent.

Host Everton host Manchester United in the 28th week of the English League at Goodison Park Stadium, Liverpool on Sunday (1/3/2020).

In this visit, Man United's coach, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, is trying out a new formation.

Man United installed three working midfielders, namely Scott McTominay, Fred, and Nemanja Matic.

The creators of the attack were then charged to Man United's best player in January, Bruno Fernandes.

The Portuguese playmaker became the hole attacker behind Mason Greenwood and Anthony Martial.

Meanwhile the hosts still rely on the duo of attackers Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison.

In this match the coach Carlo Ancelotti also lowered Andre Gomes, who previously suffered a broken leg injury.

De Gea Blunder, MU Detained by Everton Draw

The match hasn't been running for five minutes, Everton supporters have been shouting with delight.

At minute 3 ', Man United goalkeeper David de Gea made a fatal blunder.

De Gea's goal kick was struck by Everton striker Calvert-Lewin.

De Gea's kick hit the opponent's striker's foot and turned into the net. Score 1-0 for the host.

Man United tried to retaliate, but Fred and Matic's efforts had not yet met.

Only in the 31st minute 'Man United was able to score.

Getting the ball from Nemanja Matic, Bruno Fernandes then kicked the ball strongly using his right foot from outside the penalty box.

His swift kick could not be driven by goalkeeper Jordan Pickford. Goal! The score is 1-1.

Ahead of the game broke up the game became hotter.

A total of four yellow cards came out of referee Christopher Kavanagh's pocket, two for Man United, Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw, while the rest were for Everton players, Tom Davies and Calvert-Lewin.

In the second half, the two teams exchanged attacks.

Everton had a golden opportunity in the 57th minute, but unfortunately Gylfi Sigurdsson's free-kick struck the Man United goalpost.

Meanwhile, Man United tried to find another way to break into the goal by entering Juan Mata in the 72nd minute.

Although many opportunities were created by both camps, no more goals were created.

The match ended in a 1-1 draw.

Everton (4-4-2)
1-Jordan Pickford; 23-Seamus Coleman (28-Djibril Sidibe 28 ', 5-Michael Keane, 2-Mason Holgate, 3-Leighton Baines; 10-Gylfi Sigurdsson, 21-Andre Gomes (27-Moise Kean 82'), 26-Tom Davies, 11-Theo Walcott (20-Bernard 63 '); 9-Dominic Calvert-Lewin, 7-Richarlison

Subs: 20-Bernard, 27-Moise Kean, Joao Virgnia, 22-Maarten Stekelenburg, 19-Djibril Sidibe, 13-Yerry Mina, 8-Fabian Delph, 17-Alex Iwobi

Coach: Carlo Ancelotti

Manchester United (4-3-1-2)
1-David de Gea; 29-Aaron Wan-Bissaka, 5-Harry Maguire, 2-Victor Lindelof, 23-Luke Shaw; 39-Scott McTominay (8-Juan Eyes 72 '), 31-Nemanja Matic, 17-Fred; 18-Bruno Fernandes; 26-Mason Greenwood (25-Odion Ighalo 72 '), 9-Anthony Martial (53-Brandon Williams)

Subs: 14-Jesse Lingard, 3-Eric Bailly, 53-Brandon Williams, 25-Odion Ighalo, Andreas Pereira, 22-Sergio Romero, 8-Juan Mata

Coach: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer


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