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Fulham 1-2 Manchester United: Garnacho the star again as the Red devils steal all points at Crraven Cottage

Fulham 1-2 Manchester United: Erik ten Hag is thrilled with his team’s win over Fulham. Manchester United headed into the World Cup break on a high after Alejandro Garnacho scored in stoppage time. “This was a significant win, a very important win,” Ten Hag said, according to Sky Sports.

Not for the first time, a trainer substitution worked out well. “In recent weeks, we have made wise decisions. On various times, including today, the substitutions have had a significant impact,” he added. Scott McTominay scored as a substitute against Omonia Nicosia in the Europa League a month ago (1-0), just days after Cristiano Ronaldo scored as a substitute against Everton ( 1-2 ). Aston Villa in the League Cup ( 4-2 ).

Fulham 1-2 Manchester United: Ten Hag’s press conference

Ten Hag was unable to field the suspended Diogo Dalot against Fulham, instead Tyrell Malacia filled in at right back. Malacia played multiple times as a right back this season, but he still looked awkward. “I have a lot of confidence in him as a right-back. I’ve seen him do it as well as a left back on a couple occasions,” Ten Hag told Viaplay.

“Of course, there are points on the right side if you are left-footed. Then you have to stand differently, and sometimes you have to be off balance. He eventually found that happy medium. He performed an excellent job,” Ten Hag said.

When asked if he offered Louis van Gaal a new option ahead of the World Cup, considering Denzel Dumfries’ injury concerns? “How Louis fills it in is entirely up to him. All national coaches now have their players. We can deliver practically all of them fit, and I’m hoping to return them fit,” United’s coach replied.

Manchester United, on the other hand, can look back on a solid start to the season, according to Sky Sports pundits Louis Saha and Jamie Redknapp. Erik ten Hag’s team sits sixth in the rankings with 26 points after 14 games.

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