Former Manchester United midfielder, Owen Hargreaves has said Fred wouldn’t have played for the social club for at to the lowest degree one month whether it was the time of Sir Alex Ferguson in charge.
It was Fred’s error that cost Manchester United their 1-1 draw with Everton on Saturday and Hargreaves believes Ferguson would have dropped the Brazilian midfielder next the fault.
Manchester United took the guide through Anthony Martial shortly before half time but Everton came dorsum through a quick counter onrush which was finished by Andros Townsend.
During Everton’s counter onrush, Fred was barged off the ball by Demarai Greyness, who was and then able to run towards United’s goal.
Fred’s mental attitude angered Hargreaves, and the former Bayern Munich star told Premier League Productions, “Never ever, not in a million years [should that goal be allowed to happen].
“That’s what you acquire paid for, that’s why you’re there, that’s your job to halt that goal. I would’ve taken that personally.
“It can’t happen. Sir Alex wouldn’t forgive you for that, you wouldn’t have played for a month, seriously.
“He has to win those tackles. And whether he loses it, you foul him, you convey him downwardly.
“You’ve got to win that. You cannot acquire bumped off the ball by Demarai Greyness and whether he does, you foul him.
“United don’t have command of games, it’s their corner, how can a goal similar that happen?
“I know Harry Maguire is lost and they miss his leadership but whether you’re going to play 2 defensive midfielders in there – McTominay and Fred – that goal can’t happen.”
Some sections of Manchester United fanbase blamed the social club’s boss for the 1-1 draw for deciding to driblet Cristiano Ronaldo, Paul Pogba and some other top stars on the bench for the game.
Manchester United, who were defeated 1-0 at Old Trafford by Aston Villa finally weekend, are currently on third place in the league, one dot behind Chelsea and Liverpool.
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