Portuguese international midfielder pointed the goal of the turnaround against the “magpies” and even watched Rashford for the fourth and final goal of the “red devils”
This Saturday, Manchester United thrashed Newcastle 4-1 on Matchday 5 of the Premier League, as they consummated a turnaround in the challenge, in which Bruno Fernandes scored and watched after missing a penalty.
The “red devils”, who came from a traumatic defeat at Old Trafford, 6-1, against José Mourinho’s Tottenham, started the game practically losing, due to Luke Shaw’s own goal, after two minutes, in a bid of clear unhappiness.
However, the team did not charge the blow, it was “up” from Newcastle and, in the 23rd minute, central Harry Maguire restored the equalizer, with a header, following a corner kick.
The break came with an unfair draw for the ‘red devils’, who, on 58 minutes, and after a foul on Marcus Rashford in the area, could have reached the second goal, only Bruno Fernandes missed his first maximum penalty for United.
Nevertheless, the Portuguese midfielder would end up being decisive, when he scored the second goal, in the 86th minute, in a classy execution by placing the ball in the upper right angle of Karl Darlow’s goal, in a counterattack play, Rashford’s pass , already with little shooting angle.
Manchester United would ultimately materialize its supremacy in the final minutes, with two more goals, at 90, for the right wing, Wan-Bissaka, assisted by Rashford, again, and at 90 + 6, for the English international himself who also a of the game figures, following a masterful thirty-meter pass by Bruno Fernandes to isolate him.