Iraola sets fire to Old Trafford
Bournemouth won the first half, and they do it with confidence against Manchester United who will have to row a lot to change things at Old Trafford. Andoni Iraola’s team quickly advanced on the scoreboard with a goal from Dominic Solanke, which is nice, and turned the match upside down.
There were no big chances over the minutes. Despite the fact that Eric ten Haag’s team tried to spread the play on the sidelines, arriving with other football players, the cherry defense was strong and supportive of closing the scoring in the first half. In fact, it was the visitors who managed to score a second goal, but the keeper repelled two goals from Solank.
In the first half, things have to change a lot for Manchester United to find the way to win. The Red Devils did not show their best version and I would not be surprised if there were changes after passing through the locker rooms.
All taking into account that during the week, in this same scenario, they will try to survive at the University of California or get a first rating as a third.