Manchester United laboured hard this evening to earn a 3-1 victory against Everton.
Manchester United struggled mightily this evening to defeat Everton 3-1.
When Frank Lampard’s side increased the pressure in quest of an equalizer, the Red Devils sometimes had to rely on their reserves. Conor Coady’s own goal, an Antony goal, and a late Marcus Rashford penalty were all enough to advance United to the FA Cup’s next round…
On his return to the starting XI, Antony performed well.
After being injured and missing the Bournemouth game, the Brazilian was back in action.
In his 84 minutes on the field for the Red Devils, Antony got 58 touches.
He achieved a pass accuracy of 89%, which is outstanding. 39 of the 44 passes Antony attempted were completed successfully.
Antony made one crucial move.
The 22-year-old was a menace in front of goal and had two shots that were on goal, one of which was crucial in helping United bҽat Everton.
Antony made one critical block and finished one dribble.
The player did a good job of carrying out his defensive duties, which was criticized in previous United games.
In his nine ground battles, Antony emerged victorious five times. Also, the player made two tackles. The main thing Antony has to concentrate on is his right foot in order to lessen the over-reliance on his left foot, which is getting too predictable, even if his performance was fantastic and impactful.