It’s a big deal… Rashford, Shaw, and Garnacho all missed ahead of Europa quarterfinals

Manchester United have been struggling with the formation of players. Marcus Rashford, Luke Shaw and Alejandro Garnacho are all out.

Manchester United will face Sevilla in the first leg of the 2022-23 season European Football Federation (UEFA) Europa League (UEL) quarterfinals held at Old Trafford in Manchester, England at 4 am (Korean time) on the 14th.

Manchester United is cruising for a ‘resurrection of the famous family’. Unlike the last few seasons, he is making good grades with a tactically developed look under coach Eric Ten Hag. Although they recently lost to Newcastle, they are still in fourth place in the league and have an advantage in advancing to the UEFA Champions League (UCL) next season.메이저놀이터

In my heart, I am also aiming for the UEL championship. Manchester United, who lifted the trophy in six years by winning the League Cup, wants to gain momentum for the challenge of winning the league and UCL next season by conquering UEL. After meeting Sevilla, strong teams such as Juventus, Bayer 04 Leverkusen, and AS Roma remain, but it is not an impossible dream.

But bad news struck. Rashford is injured. He limped and grabbed his right groin while sprinting to catch the ball in the 33rd minute of the second half in the last game against Everton. Rashford is a key striker who scored 28 goals this season and accounted for about a third of the team’s total goals (91 goals).

In the end, he missed the match against Sevilla. In a press conference before the match at UEL, manager Ten Haag explained that Rashford will be out for the next few games. At the same time, he expressed his anticipation for his quick return, saying that Rashford would quickly recover with his unique mental strength and return to the ground soon.

Meanwhile, Shaw and Garnacho are also unable to compete. Shaw was injured against Brentford in April and Garnacho was injured against Southampton in March. Samuel Luckhurst, Manchester United’s exclusive reporter for the Manchester Evening News, also said, “Showa Garnacho will not be back for tomorrow’s match.”

Injury demons are overtaking Manchester United ahead of an important game. Coach Ten Haag, who wants more championships, is getting deeper and deeper.

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