Premier League – Day 4: Manchester United suffer but go to Southampton (0-1).

Manchester United does not shine but continues in the end. The Red Devils went for a short victory over the Southampton promoter, Saturday, at the start of the fourth day of the English Premier League (0-1). The seriousness and goal of Bruno Fernandes (55) were enough for Eric Ten Hag’s men, who provided a second win this week after that over Liverpool on Monday (2-1). They temporarily move to sixth place in the standings. Saints are 13.

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If the Manconian coach had lined up with exactly the same starting lineup as the Reds, the start of the game for his men would have been very different. Despite the saints’ warning, visitors entered this meeting very quietly, disputing at lunchtime. It took until the 19th minute to see the players get a stunning four-way chance with shots by Bruno Fernandes (x2), Anthony Ilanga and Christian Eriksen, all of which were pushed back in six meters by Gavin Pazono and his defenders.

For the rest, the Portuguese playmaker, the Swede and the Dane were very conservative, and Marcus Rashford was helpless throughout the match as the Red Devils’ attacking lead. On the other hand, goalkeeper David de Gea and his central joint, Varane Martinez, shone despite the shy start to the match.

CR7 and Casemiro leave the bench

The Mancons still raised their tone after the break with a shot from Scott McTominay deflected by Basuno (49th place) and a penetration by Ilanga, which was narrowly saved by Armel Bella Kochap (51). The visitors found the error after a series of passes on the right with a central defender from Diogo Dalot and the right resumed the race at the entrance to the roof of Bruno Fernandes (0-1, 55). His former Sporting league goals opened the counter this season.

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Instead of continuing their momentum, the Red Devils immediately fell back against the Saints determined to strike back and De Gea had to fend off a dangerous header from Joe Aribo (66th place). He replaced Cristiano Ronaldo again and waited to leave, replacing Sancho (68th place). Moussa Djenebo (70) stopped him with difficulty, hurting his right knee slightly (76) before seeing Casemiro, his former teammate at Real Madrid, make his England debut (80th).

Cristiano Ronaldo and Casemiro

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The up-and-coming Brazilian player was sober during a quarter-hour of play on the lawn of St. Mary’s Stadium. Also kicking off at the end of the match on the Southampton side (77), Seko Mara was more brilliant without being able to grab the equaliser. The former Bordelais put a nice scissors in the truth zone but Dalot blocked it (90+4). In the process, his right-rolled recovery grazes a skylight (90 + 5). The Saints are relapsing after their success in Leicester (1-2) and will have a hard time facing Chelsea next Tuesday. Victorious in their first away game since February and seven unsuccessful runs, the Manconianas will challenge the Foxes with even greater confidence. But still without much certainty.

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