NOT 2-1 MNU: Worst Man United players that made them lose 2-1 to Nottingham

Manchester United faced a disappointing defeat, succumbing to a 2-1 loss against Nottingham Forest at the City Ground.

The match showed a lackluster performance from several key players, leaving fans disappointed and questioning the team’s overall performance.


Leading the list of underperformers was Bruno Fernandes. Despite displaying visible frustration as United fell behind 2-1, Fernandes struggled to make a significant impact throughout the night against Forest’s deep-lying defense.

His inability to break through the opposition’s solid defensive line highlighted a challenging evening for the Portuguese midfielder.

Christian Eriksen failed to leave his mark against a resilient midfield duo.

Struggling to keep up with transitions, Eriksen’s influence waned, and his saved shot merely preceded Morgan Gibbs-White’s decisive strike.


Antony, previously likened to the legendary Arjen Robben during a match at Forest in April, fell short of replicating such brilliance this time.

The Brazilian winger, lucky to return to the game after an injury scare, could only manage eight minutes in the second half before being substituted out.

Raphael Varane faced a challenging night.

Hacking at the ball from Elanga’s cross, Varane’s risky move almost proved disastrous, and he compounded the situation with a cynical foul on Elanga.

The French defender struggled to find his comfort zone throughout the match.

Diogo Dalot, despite hitting the post with United’s first proper attempt at goal in the goalless phase of the game, had a tough night, Forest exploited vulnerabilities down his side, capitalizing on defensive lapses to secure goals.


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