Solksjaer has really set up his side to play counter-attacking football and going into their next match the manager's regular's first XI is more or less fit meaning the team selection should not be much of a headache.
Still, they have struggled against teams, who are prepared to sit at the back and the Merseyside outfit could present a different test for United compared to recent league games. He was wide open and when he received the ball no Everton players tried to close him down quickly enough, allowing him to find the bottom corner. Replays showed that United 'keeper David De Gea had been impeded by Dominic Calvert-Lewin before the ball struck Lindelof, although the Spaniard hardly covered himself in glory with his meek attempt to punch the ball clear. This is something that I think could be quite important as I expect Everton to be under the cosh for long periods of the game. Numerous coaches are being touted and contacted at the moment, but the key for Everton after the last four appointments is finding someone who understands what makes the club tick. Greenwood immediately had an effort saved by Pickford and, with United firmly on the front foot, the teenage starlet equalised in the 77th minute.
Moise Kean is not having an easy adaptation to the Premier League.
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