Erik ten Hag names Garnacho's best moment from Everton game — it's not the bicycle kick
Speaking to the reporters on Tuesday, Erik ten Hag said: "The overhead kick? I don't know if he has been training that, it won't be good for his back!"Listen, Alejandro Garnacho has that special talent, but I am more happy for his work off the ball against Everton."For me, it was his best game yet.
Top 4 within reach for Man United: Premier League standings after Matchday 13
Manchester United's impressive run in the Premier League continued with a 3–0 with against Everton on Sunday.Thanks to the Goodison Park result, the Red Devils are now only four points behind fourth-placed Aston Villa in the table.
Solskjaer joins travelling fans in trip to Istanbul & 2 more under-radar Man United stories today
Galatasaray referee appointedJose Maria Sanchez will be taking charge of the Galatasaray vs Manchester United clash in the Champions League on Wednesday, is has been confirmed.The Spanish official has never worked with the Red Devils's first team although he did referee Man United's Under-19s in the UEFA Youth League in 2019.
Alejandro Garnacho gifts boots he scored Everton screamer with to young Man United fan
Manchester United fans were touched by a class act from Alejandro Garnacho, who gifted his boots to a young supporter named George outside Carrington.The Argentine, who scored an incredible overhead goal in a 3–0 win against Everton on Sunday, stopped his car to chat with the young fan on Monday.
'Perfect Pep Guardiola player': Gary Neville shares verdict on Kobbie Mainoo
Speaking on Sky Sports at the weekend, Gary Neville said: "It was impressive and there's no point getting carried away because the reality is Kobbie Mainoo has got 17 or 18 years in front of him and a lot of work to do."Sometimes you see a player come in for the first time and the way in which the temperament — he's obviously got technical ability and skill, you don't get picked by Erik ten Hag without that — but what you don't know is how they'll handle it.
One Man United star makes BBC's Team of the Week — you know who it is
Manchester United made it five wins from six games after beating Everton 3–0 away from home in the Premier League on Sunday.Alejandro Garnacho, who scored a screamer in the third minute of the game, has been included in the BBC's Team of the Week.
'Credit where it's due': Man United fans react to Andre Onana's renaissance
Andre Onana secured his third consecutive Premier League clean sheet as Manchester United beat Everton 3–0 on Sunday.The 27-year-old goalkeeper now has five clean sheets in the English top flight this season — the most out of everyone in the league.
Southgate wants to 'keep Mainoo out of Ghana clutches' & 3 more under-radar Man United stories
Man United still have 'serious interest' in Monaco starManchester United are still eyeing a move to land talented AS Monaco midfielder Youssouf Fofana, according RMC Sport, a tier-one French outlet.The Red Devils continue to have a 'serious interest' in the 24-year-old France international after failing to get the transfer over the line in the summer window.
'Why does he do it?': Arturo Vidal has a problem with Garnacho's goal celebration
Alejandro Garnacho once again pulled out the classic Cristiano Ronaldo celebration after his screamer in the 3-0 win over Everton. While it seems like a sweet tribute, former Barcelona man Arturo Vidal has called him out for copying Ronaldo.
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Garnacho and VAR: Sean Dyche blames Man United defeat on 2 key factors
Speaking to BBC Sport on Sunday, Sean Dyche said: "Manchester United started the game with a worldie which put us on the back-foot"We played well in the first half and had good chances so I was pleased at half-time. Then they get a penalty early on and the VAR is being made so complex"I feel for the fans and the referee stares at the screen and we know the outcome.
Four players shine: Man United's performance tierlist for Everton win
Manchester United returned to action with a convincing 3–0 way against Everton away from home on Sunday.The Red Devils, who are on course to salvage the 2023/24 season, have picked up 15 from 18 possible points in the Premier League.
'Absolute bloody rubbish': Roy Keane finds reason to slam Ten Hag and Man United after Everton win
Speaking on Sky Sports after the game on Sunday, Roy Keane said: "Listen, Erik ten Hag is out there, he's giving toffee out there to Bruno Fernandes for passing on the ball for the penalty [to Marcus Rashford].""Absolute bloody rubbish.
'Showed some real balls': Man United fans praise one player after Everton game — he wasn't even on the scoresheet
Manchester United secured an important win in the Premier League on Sunday, beating Everton away from home.Alejandro Garnacho scored a screamer early in the game while Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial added a goal each after the break.
Man United win third straight Premier League game & 4 more big stories you might've missed
Man United pick up big win over EvertonDespite not having it easy, Man United picked up a big 3-0 win over Everton to win their third-straight Premier League game. Garnacho reacts to scoring insane goalAfter scoring the amazing goal against Everton, Alejandro Garnacho admitted that he was himself stunned by his effort and believed it's the best he's scored.
Garnacho's wonder goal vs Everton or Rooney's iconic Manchester Derby goal? Which do you think is better?
Alejandro Garnacho tapped into his inner Wayne Rooney by scoring a sensational bicycle kick in Man United's win over Everton. He took his chances and perfectly struck an acrobatic shot from quite some distance away from the goal.
Martial's record vs Everton is wow - see how
Anthony Martial scored his first goal of the 2023/24 Premier League season for Man United in their 3-0 win over Everton.The Frenchman not only won a penalty for his side, but then finished off a slick move in the second half to inspire his side to a compelling win.
Bruno Fernandes reveals why he allowed Rashford to take key penalty vs Everton
When asked why he allowed Marcus Rashford to take the penalty leading to the second goal for Man United against Everton, Bruno Fernandes said: “Because Marcus needed a bit of confidence, he needed his goal.“He is an excellent penalty taker.
'Put on a masterclass': Man United fans name standout performer in Everton win
Man United picked up a big 3-0 win over Everton to continue their winning run in the Premier League.All three forwards got on the score sheet for the Red Devils, the first time something like that has happened in this season.
Man United move closer to top spot: latest Premier League standings after Everton win
Man United picked up their third straight win in the Premier League with a 3-0 thrashing of Everton.The Red Devils did not have it easy, but were able to get the job done thanks to goals from all their forwards, including an amazing Alejandro Garnacho goal.
Everton lose their first game since 10 points deduction as Goodison Park painted pink with 'corrupt' cards
Everton have been dealt another blow as they've slipped to a 3-0 home defeat to Man United. Alejandro Garnacho started the rout with a Wayne Rooney-like bicycle kick and Anthony Martial finished the Toffees off, first by winning a penalty Marcus Rashford converted, then scoring his goal.
Garnacho – 9, Rashford – 5: rating Man United players in Everton thrashing
Alejandro Garnacho – 9Garnacho stunned the entire football world by kick-starting the game by scoring an insane bicycle goal to get things rolling. A bit sloppy after that, but that goal itself deserves the biggest possible praise.
FT. Everton 0-3 Man United: LIVE blog, stats, ratings, reactions etc
💪90+4'-90+7': Man United see off some late threat to secure their biggest win in the Premier League this season. The Red Devils had to weather the storm on multiple occasions, but Garnacho's wonder goal as well as sweet strikes in the second half help them maintain their winning run.
Everton fans distribute thousands of cards with two instructions to protest against Premier League in Man United clash
Everton fans are hoping to hold a protest against the Premier League in their match against Man United.The club are perturbed to see themselves suffer a -10 point deduction, even though the likes of Man City and Chelsea go unpunished.
'Invested heavily': Sean Dyche takes thinly-veiled shot at Man United's transfer business
Everton manager Sean Dyche has made it a point to bring up Manchester United's exorbitant spending on transfers before the two teams meet at Goodison Park. Quoted by Everton's official website, Dyche said: "Today we welcome Erik ten Hag, his staff, players and everyone connected with Manchester United.