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André Onana has been key for Man United and this is what he said before the game

By Angus Barnes

André Onana has been key for Man United and this is what he said before the game

Manchester United keeper has been key to keep the red devils ahead.

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The red devils are looking to get some better results in the next part of the season and they might be ready to get the right help from the players.

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Manchester United is now looking to get the best results that they can in this second half of the season, and the fact is that right now they are also looking to make sure that they get the help out of the players that could definitely have an impact on the team for the near future, and this could start with the keeper that is ready to do just that.

“We are Manchester United, we are a very big club, so in this kind of games, we have to win. That’s why we are here, we are positive, confident and really excited for the game.” Onana started and the fact is that the keeper has had two great saves that has help the team to keep the clean sheet in the first half of the game against Aston Villa now.

Onana added, “The most important thing is us, it’s what we’re going to do. I don’t worry about them. I think if we are good on the ball, it’s going to be a difficult game for them." and the fact is that right now they are also looking to make sure that they get the best out of the players.

"When you see the quality we have, I don’t think we have to worry about it. We have to stay positive, we have to follow the game plan and hopefully bring the three points.” Onana ended and the fact is that right now the team is looking to secure the win thanks to the goal of Rasmus Hojlund and the great performance from Onana that has also been key now.

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This improvement from Onana could be key for him and for Ten Hag to show that the manager was right to ask for his arrival back in the summer and to keep giving chances despite the fact that he had some bad performances in the first half.


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