Ismailla Sarr doubles Watford’s lead with a strike »FirstSportz
Ismailla Sarr has finally scored in tonight’s big clash between Watford and Manchester United at the Hornets’ home ground, Vicarage Road Stadium, after missing ample opportunities earlier in the game. Most disappointing of his misses tonight, were undoubtedly two uncharacteristic Penalty shots, which turned out to be regular saves for David De Gea and even then, he couldn’t. convert a few opportunities easily. However, he has now paid back in kind for the fans with a stunning strike just before the first half whistle.
The Red Devils have recently had a habit of making their opponents look stronger than they really are and this game was no different. It was quite surprising that Watford completely dominated Man United in the first half, which is evident in the stats.
Manchester United have only had one shot on target while Watford, who are 15th in the table at the moment, have taken 11 shots in all, with four on target. Scoring could have made Manchester United a lot more weary if Watford hadn’t missed many of their chances but being 2-0 down in the first half against a mediocre team like Watford was humiliating enough. Also, Watford held 73% of possession in the first half, which is a big statement in itself.
David De Gea has been Manchester United’s best player to date but his heroes were not enough to save the Reds alone, who are now irreparably damaged. Despite possessing a star-studded attack, Manchester United’s attack is as lackluster as their performance in the Manchester Derby.
However, this could be a blessing in disguise for Manchester United fans as this could be the end Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reign at Old Trafford; A decision that fans have been waiting for forever. The chances for the Norwegian to survive this blow are actually rather timid.
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