A landslide victory over Chelsea, MU “stay humble”

Manchester United’s victory over Chelsea in the early morning West Indonesia Time, was clearly proud, given the size of the game’s prestige. However, defender Harry Maguire has asked his team-mates to remain humble and maintain focus on the next fight.

Come to Stamford Bridge in the 26th week of the Premier League, Manchester United managed to win with a landslide score of 2-0. It was Anthony Martial and Harry Maguire who scored in the match.

The host had scored two replies, each printed by Olivier Giroud and Kurt Zouma, unfortunately a thousand unfortunately both goals were disallowed by the referee. Of course, this defeat was very disappointing for Chelsea.

As for Manchester United itself, this victory is regarded as a very crucial victory. Remember, since the turn of the year the team based at Old Trafford has found a series of disappointing results.

Defender Harry Maguire calls his team playing solidly when they travel to Stamford Bridge this morning.

“Today we showed a solid performance,” Maguire told MUTV.

However, the England national team player considers that MU overall performance is still not consistent. For example, they win over big teams but actually look weak when dealing with lower-tier teams.

“This season we are very inconsistent. You can see us winning against Manchester City, Chelsea and winning points against Liverpool, but we always look disappointing against teams that don’t put too much pressure on us,” he said.

Recognizing this inconsistency, it is important for Manchester United to remain humble, and look at the next match with full concentration.

“We have to focus on the next game, which is against Watford at our base. We can’t be too proud because it’s a big match too. We have to treat the match tonight and win three points in the match,” he closed.

For your information, Manchester United will face Watford in the 27th week. But first, they must first face Club Brugge in the first leg of the Europa League round of 32 this week.

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