Victor Lindelof’s calamitous pass against Arsenal is an ultimate stress buster.
Manchester United and Arsenal produce a tame contest as both the sides ended the game 1-1.
The first half was dreadful until Scott McTominay found the back of the net with a scintillating finish from outside the box. The game was open in the second half and Pierre Emerick Aubameyang took care of a poor pass to slot the ball behind the back of the net.
The Red Devils were struggling to compete against the Gunners attack in the second half of the game, but they got away – thanks to a blind-sighted clearance from Victor Lindelof. The Swedish International had no idea when Saka struck the ball sweetly. The ball ricochets of his leg and flies over the crossbar.
Red Devils number 2 produced yet another hilarious moment in the stoppage time of the second half. Lindelof and the hosts were pushing for the all-important second goal, but a dreadful pass from the Swedish was brought into the light.
When the ball was cleared, Lindelof had a chance to restore the attack with a good pass. But, the former Benfica defender made a complete mess out of it and eventually cleared the ball, which went for a throw-in for the Gunners.
— Darren Parsons (@milkybarkid_85) September 30, 2019
Not his finest moment in United shirt, but pass summed up the whole game. The second half was a slightly entertaining affair, but it was no way near the quality expected from these set of players.
Both the sides are playing Europa League this season. You saw it why they are taking part in the second-fiddle European competition.
The Red Devils are 10th in the Premier League table, while the Gunners are fourth, four points adrift of Leicester City.