‘To me He was the best player on the pitch last night and not McTominay, I’m so happy Ten Hag is beginning to trust Him’: Paul Scholes names Man Utd star who was ‘best player on the pitch’ ahead of McTominay last night. - soocer442
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‘To me He was the best player on the pitch last night and not McTominay, I’m so happy Ten Hag is beginning to trust Him’: Paul Scholes names Man Utd star who was ‘best player on the pitch’ ahead of McTominay last night.

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“He was the best player on the field last night, not McTominay; I’m so happy Ten Hag is beginning to trust Him”: Paul Scholes identifies the Manchester United star who emerged from McTominay as the “best player on the field” last night.After Manchester United’s victory over Chelsea, Paul Scholes lauded Alejandro Garnacho, describing the winger as “the best player on the field” that evening.

 

United defeated Mauricio Pochettino’s squad 2-1 on the strength of two Scott McTominay goals, a crucial comeback in a trying week for the club and manager Erik ten Hag.

 

The Argentine international has been the club’s shining light in recent weeks, scoring twice in the previous week against Galatasaray and Everton, including a sensational bicycle kick.Ten Hag made an offensive reshuffle following the previous weekend’s abject loss to Newcastle United. Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial were substituted in favor of Antony and Rasmus Hojlund, respectively.

 

On Wednesday evening, Garnacho maintained his starting position despite tormenting Chelsea down the left flank.

 

While scoring his fifth and sixth goals of the season, McTominay was named man of the match. However, Scholes indicated the young winger “went up another level” against Chelsea and may have been a more deserving candidate for the award.

 

Scholes expressed his admiration for Garnacho to Premier League Productions. “In my opinion, he was the most valuable player on the field.”

 

“I am aware that Scott scored two goals and was named the game’s MVP, but I thought Garnacho was outstanding tonight; he elevated himself to a whole new level.”Despite rumors of discontent at the club, United secured a tremendously valuable victory prior to a stretch of games that may determine the course of the season.

 

They will entertain an in-form Bournemouth on Saturday prior to Wednesday’s Champions League group finale against Bayern Munich. United will then travel to Liverpool on Sunday of the following week.

 

After the team resumed its winning streak, ten Hag expressed gratitude to the remaining supporters.

“I have become accustomed to it.” Each time. The crowd and supporters are behind us even during difficult times, he stated.

 

“They are our supporters, and we are obliged to satisfy them.” We must give our all; that is what they anticipate from us as a group. Therefore, we must cooperate and each contribute our utmost effort.

 

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