Rashford , like many teammates, went through a terrible campaign under Solskjaer and Ralf Rangnick last season. However, the 25-year-old came back strong, scoring seven goals in his first 15 games, earning him a call-up to England’s World Cup squad…
The double against Arsenal in September is the image of the most feared Rashford. His speed and dexterity make it difficult for the top of the Premier League table. He has also shone in matches against West Ham or Wolves. And the strike against Man City underlined Rashford’s improvement in the 2022-23 season.
Garnacho is a star in the youth team, but there’s no denying that the forward has blossomed under Ten Hag this season. The Argentina international scored his first Reds first team goal against Real Sociedad and was the hero of the League Cup win over Aston Villa. But it can be said that the biggest contribution of this young talent so far is the assist for Rashford to score in the derby.
Dalot is United’s first-choice right-back since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer stepped down as manager last November. He started all 17 of the team’s matches before the World Cup, scoring one goal and providing two assists. The Portuguese star’s growth accelerated under Ten Hag with a number of all-round performances.
Varane played well enough in his first season at Old Trafford but injury limited his influence. This season, when paired with Lisandro Martinez, the French player has improved much. He is the real leader of the Red Devils in the back line.
David De Gea
After a rough start to the season, De Gea gradually flourished under Ten Hag and made a series of decisive saves to keep Man United firmly in the top 4 race. He came in and out more reasonably, and also partly Which improves his footwork.
Shaw enjoyed a brilliant 2020-21 season, followed by an excellent EURO, but fell too far last season. When Ten Hag signed with Tyrell Malacia, many thought that Shaw would lose the starting position. But the 27-year-old has fought hard to win Ten Hag’s trust. He is really excellent whether he plays at left-back or central defender.
When the winter transfer window arrived, everyone thought that Wan-Bissaka’s time at Man United would come to an end after being constantly on the bench. But the full-back has returned to the Reds’ starting lineup in recent matches and looks like a completely different player. His George Best dribbling against Man City left thousands of people at Old Trafford with their mouths open.