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“This is a very big example. They way they play now will actually win them the league and its all because of one Man who cane back from injury. They may fight for the title and a trophy because of him”-Manchester United are doing what Rasmus Hojlund said they would after win vs West Ham.

Next week, Manchester United faces a tougher challenge at Villa Park in what promises to be a crucial fixture in this pivotal month. Despite recent instances of letting slip two-goal leads, United managed to secure a comfortable victory, netting a third goal and enjoying a rare drama-free day. This marked only the third time this season that they’ve gone 3-0 up, a feat not achieved in a home league match since last May.


The presence of Erik ten Hag, the current coach, and one of his predecessors, David Moyes, added a layer of historical significance to the occasion. Moyes, donning a Manchester coat of arms on his blazer, made a poignant visit to the Manchesterplatz site in Munich during his tenure as United manager in 2014, a gesture appreciated by supporters.


In his West Ham managerial role, Moyes couldn’t hide his disappointment at his team’s wastefulness, especially in the first half. Emerson Palmieri’s missed opportunity, coupled with Anthony Martial’s subsequent goal, encapsulated the contrasting fortunes of the two sides. Martial’s goal celebration, including a chest bump from Harry Maguire, highlighted the significance of his 23rd-minute opener and showcased his growing prowess as a goal scorer for United.


Amidst the on-field action, notable figures like Steve Holland and John Murtough were spotted in the directors’ box, signaling the game’s importance beyond the pitch. One player under scrutiny was Mainoo, whose skillful play earned applause and caught the attention of onlookers like Holland.


Kalvin Phillips, another England midfielder, found himself relegated to the bench after a challenging debut, enduring some good-natured banter from the Stretford End. However, his involvement in a turnover ultimately led to United’s success, further highlighting the unpredictable nature of football.

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