Solskjaer provides Man Utd attacker ‘predictable’ further ‘finishing classes’

Man Utd boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has given Marcus Rashford further finishing classes amid considerations about his conversion charge, in accordance with reviews.

Rashford has contributed 15 goals and 5 assists in all competitions this season however has solely discovered the back of the net in his last eight appearances.

That goal got here in a man-of-the-match show of the match against Liverpool within the English FA Cup on the weekend however his poor performance against Sheffield United highlighted his want to take care of these excessive requirements.

PUNT CHEEKY: Man United’s impolite options win and slip in Liverpool…

It’s England’s international shot conversion one of many worst players to have scored seven goals within the Premier League or extra.

And now ESPN claims Rashford ‘had further finishing classes’ from Solskjaer with ‘concern amongst membership coaches that it’s changing into too predictable’.

The ESPN report provides:

‘There’s a view inside United’s teaching team that Rashford has change into over-reliant on his most well-liked strategy of making an attempt to beat highly effective goalkeepers. Sources advised ESPN Solskjaer believes Rashford will score extra if he develops a broader repertoire when he will get alternatives to score. United’s manager has urged Rashford to work on different components, reminiscent of managed finishing by passing the ball to goal corners, past the goalkeeper’s attain. Be

Rashford has the chance to place his contemporary finishing methods into practice when Man Utd face Arsenal tomorrow within the Premier League.

Harry Maguire, in the meantime, says Manchester United players should arise and be counted on instantly bouncing back from their unacceptable defeat to Sheffield United at all-time low.

“Now we have a great perception,” said the United skipper. “At half time we knew we weren’t performing well within the first half however felt as if we nonetheless had the assumption that if we scored the following goal we might go on to win the sport.

“We scored the following goal, it was an vital goal and we did not discover something further to push, discover that little spark, that inspiration. One thing was missing.

“We’ll work on it, we have got to get higher. We all know it isn’t adequate for this membership.

“Now we have to win video games, particularly at Old Trafford against teams which are within the league.

“We definitely have to get higher.”


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here