Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Manchester United may be doing well in Europe, but their league form is a little bit of a concern.
The team is yet to win a home game this season, with Arsenal becoming the latest team to come out of Old Trafford with three points.
The Norwegian had tinkered with his game formation, and it seems he’s not sure what his first team will look like with the manager playing Pogba, Bruno Fernandes, Scott McTominay and Fred, all starting Sunday’s game.
With Anthony Martial still suspended, Marcus Rashford led the attack in the diamond formation but the players struggled to break the Arsenal side who dominated a chunk of the game in the first half.
With the loss, United now have taken just seven points from their six Premier League games this season, their lowest tally at this stage since David Moyes’ short stint at the helm in 2013-14 (7).
The manager will hope that his team can rise up to the occasion when they travel to Goodison Park top take Everton in their next game.
7 – Manchester United have taken just seven points from their six Premier League games this season, their lowest tally at this stage since David Moyes’ short stint at the helm in 2013-14 (7); a campaign in which they went on to finish seventh. Stalled. pic.twitter.com/KacNKH292w
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) November 1, 2020