Fernandez double leaves Albion with no complaints | Instant News

The ball is out of play, offside and possible deflection.

It says a lot when a team can concede, maybe the goal of the killers in such circumstances and still have no complaints about the defeat.

Albion went 3-0 at home to Manchester United side were two goals Bruno Fernandes last night.

United was very good at both ends of the Park and wrapped by high speed counter attack which seemed to come from another, more victorious, era.

It could be Scholes on Giggs and Cole and not Matic in Greenwood to Hernandez, as they broke away to make it 3-0 early in the second half.

This goal, converted on a shot Fernandez, was seen by many as a fatal blow.

Of course, Graham Potter, the head coach, who made two substitutions at the break and saw his side began the second period brightly.

But, if you are less generous at the gulls and felt the second goal on half an hour left them too much to do, it was a curious one to concede.

Mason Greenwood well done that almost to keep the ball in play, but it seemed that for the replays to come out of the game, opposite East stand.

How to move continued and was transferred to the United left, Luke Shaw got very hard OPTIONS out of the game call of the type we have seen coming against a defensive side this season – as he was in the Los Davy Propper.

And Fernandez finished off a shot almost in the original attempt by Alex McAllister block before spinning past Maty Ryan.

Cruel way inferior, but, with the score 2: 0 and not evil half-time deficit, but not in a brutal game to lose.

Albion was the second best until it was too late, and though it would be nice to see them more active in the first half, there was no shame in defeat.

They changed their setup ahead of the Tariq Lamptey Martin Montoya on the right and Aaron Connolly, looking you in the back when he led the attack.

It didn’t work, whether because the tactic was wrong and United were just too good.

Potter said, “It’s always a bit of everything.

“We tried to get Tariq slightly above its pace.

“It’s hard to play against “Manchester United” at the moment the form above and we tried to use Aaron and Tariq to stretch their back four.

“We’re probably not as good with the ball to support the attack long enough.

“And when we did we just missed that final pass to really affect them.

“We had a couple of moments, but not enough.

“They keep the ball well and Ha e some good width, great movement in their forward positions.

“Sometimes you have to hold the hand of the opposition.

“They were better today and deserved to win this match.”

As he sooner Trossard Leandro came on as a substitute and made his case to start.

Or, maybe, he stated his case, to make an impact as a sub. Of course, he refreshed things.

The Belgian flashed shots narrowly wide from any position and was involved in the attacks, which saw David De GEA save from Connolly, and later Neal Maupay, who also made his entrance during the break.

Then Fernandez and Paul Pogba left.

They were probably the most responsible players, as the organization has established its position of strength.

Albion was a bit of early luck when Fernandez hit the post with transfer for Pogba.

They should have done more to stop the run Greenwood cut right before he unexpectedly beat Ryan at his near post.

Deflected effort Fernandez made the score 2: 0, but he saved his best until early in the second half.

Albion’s men ahead from the penalty that I Bissouma lofted ball back towards the twin towers of the Lewis dunk and Shane Duffy on the penalty.

Harry Maguire to beat them both in the air and gets controlled by Nemanja MATIC, who then struck an exquisite angled through ball towards Greenwood to the left.

Marcus Rashford made tracks in the middle, creating space, and the cross of Greenwood to the far post where it was met by a volley of Fernandez, who said just how confident he is now.

Own beliefs own of Albion will be massaged as they are played until the end of the match.

No complaints – and morality is largely untouched before, with all due respect to the two Manchester clubs and Liverpool is very large in Norwich on Saturday.

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