New signing Manchester United striker Vauth Wakehorst reveals the atmosphere in the team’s dressing room during half-time of last night’s Carabao Cup semi-final first leg.
New Manchester United striker Vauth Wakehorst admitted. He and his team-mates were unhappy with the team’s first-half performance in their 3-0 win over Nottingham Forest -0. In the battle of the Carabao Cup, the first semi-final last night. This UFABET game Chao Pa’ opened the City Ground field to receive the visit of ‘Red Devils’ before
United were on their way to a domestic cup final for the first time since 2018. As they took a 2-0 lead after half-time thanks to goals from Marcus Rashford in the sixth minute and Wake. Horst netted his first goal for the club in the 45th minute. When Anthony fired in from the left , Wayne Hennessey rounded the ball back into the way of the Holland striker who was repeating. Before the end of the first half with a score of 2-0.
But despite returning to the dressing room at halftime with a score leading 2-0. Manchester United did not control the game in the first 45 minutes as the manager Erik ten Hag’s team were needed and it was Forest who were on the receiving end of the game after Rashford put the Red Devils ahead and almost equalized in the 23rd minute when Sam Surrid. Jj’s shot in, but VAR checks it’s offside.
However, Wakehorst’s first goal in a Manchester United shirt at that time eased concerns and dampened hopes of a return to the game as well. will have an advantage but wakehorse He detailed the atmosphere in the dressing room at half-time, explaining that his team-mates said they wanted more control in the second half.
“We’re not happy,” Wakehorst told Sky Sports . But as I said We are not satisfied with the way we play. We want to control the game more and that’s exactly what we have to do. We want to make it our game and be more patient with the ball. That’s what we did in the second half. Can control the game And being 3-0 up at the end made the result even better.”
On the feeling of scoring his first goal for the club since signing on loan from Burnley earlier this month, Wakehorst said: “It’s always special. And you always want to score goals. Obviously you want to score the first goal as quickly as possible, with Wakehorst being substituted in the 85th minute and a few minutes later Anthony Ylanga replacing him. The 30-year-old Dutchman hopes to add a goal for himself in the Red Devils’ next game on Saturday January 27 . 2023 where they will open their home to Reading in the FA Cup fourth round.