Manchester United got off to a winning start on Sunday at Old Trafford against Patrick Vieira’s Crystal Palace. Fred was the man that popped up with the winner for the Reds and you could see their new manager Ralf Rangnick’s imprint on the team already. It was a vital win for the Red Devils which just keeps them three points off West Ham in fourth spot.
Their new manager Ralf Rangnick had only one training session with his team on Saturday but already he is doing his magic, including this incredible stat below that hasn’t been achieved since Sir Alex Ferguson left the job. Too late for a title challenge…?
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Manchester United won possession in the final third 12 times vs. Crystal Palace.
That’s the most they’ve done so in a Premier League match since Sir Alex Ferguson retired.
What an impact Ralf Rangnick has made already! 📈 pic.twitter.com/z1rigMRwnb
— Statman Dave (@StatmanDave) December 5, 2021