Manager Eric Tenhach suffered criticism even in the early days of his appointment, but now he is rewriting Manchester United history.
On the morning of the 11th (Korean time), Manchester United, who played the 2022-2023 Carabao Cup (EFL) quarterfinals at Old Trafford in Manchester, England, defeated Charlton Athletic 3-0. With one goal from Anthony and two goals from Marcus Rashford, United progressed to the semi-finals.
Manchester United’s rise continues. Since the defeat against Aston Villa in early November of last year, it has been on an 8-game winning streak and has settled in 4th place in the English Premier League (EPL). In particular, coach Tenhach achieved 20 wins the fastest in the history of the club after taking office. They have 20 wins, 2 draws and 5 losses in 27 matches. The previous record was 31 matches for José Mourinho. 4 games shortened. Manager Alex Ferguson, who led Manchester United in the past, also played 45 games to win 20.
Regarding the victory, coach Tenhach said, 메이저사이트“I said we had to go to the semifinals, and we achieved it. We wanted to overwhelm the game from the beginning. We had to create,” he evaluated the game.
“I am a person who does not get frustrated,” coach Tenhach added. “The opponent was good and I defended well.
The replacement change was also hit. In the 15th minute of the second half, Marcus Rashford scored two goals and Casemiro made an assist. Facundo Pellistri, who came on as a substitute in the 39th minute of the second half, also created an assist. Manager Tenhach praised, “The early replacement was planned. It was to keep the rhythm and it was great. The prepared replacements contributed to the good result.”
In particular, about Rashford, who has scored goals in six consecutive matches since the Qatar World Cup break, “I always talk about it, but Rashford knows how to score from his position. If the team helps, he scores. I can,” he said happily. 메이저사이트
When asked if there were any players recruited during the summer transfer period, he avoided answering with ‘no comment’.