Manchester United legend Paul Scholes admits he found one of Erik ten Hag’s substitutions last night a bit strange.
The Red Devils fought back well to snatch a late 1-1 draw away to Chelsea, just minutes after it looked like the Blues had grabbed a late winner themselves.
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“Today they were good for half a game they were really good and probably deserved to win the game,” Scholes told Premier League Productions, as quoted by the Metro.
“You think of Chelsea being at home, did they do enough to win the game I really don’t think they did.
“The subs were a little bit strange today. I thought Fred coming on when he did for Sancho didn’t really help the game. I thought Fernandes lost a bit of control of the game he had to come out to the left-hand side and wasn’t in the game as much.”
United have made a bit of a mixed start under Ten Hag since he took over in the summer, and it’s clear the Dutchman’s project is still going to take a lot of time.