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‘What is he here for? He must score goals’: Saha explodes criticism of Martial’s attitude

‘What is he here for? He must score goals “: Louis Saha criticizes Anthony Martial’s attitude … and insists that manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has the determination to succeed at Manchester United

  • Louis Saha is an admirer of Anthony Martial and says that his skills are “incredible.”
  • Martial scored three goals in the last three games of Manchester United
  • Former United-striker Saha was also excited to see how Odion Ighalo is doing
  • He gives Harry Maguire an 8/10 for this season and supports Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Louis Saha, former Louis United striker, insists that criticism of Anthony Martial’s body language is not taken into account because he only wants to score goals.

The much-offended Martial stepped on the plate in the absence of Marcus Rashford and scored a goal in each of the last three games of the club and brought his season to 15 in all competitions.

Colleague Frenchman Saha, who played with Sir Alex Ferguson on Old Trafford for four and a half years, admits that he is a big fan of the 24-year-old and reminded critics of what Martial’s primary responsibility on the field is.

Anthony Martial scored three out of three and thrives well in the absence of Marcus Rashford

Anthony Martial scored three out of three and thrives well in the absence of Marcus Rashford

Former United United striker and fellow Frenchman Louis Saha admits that he is a big fan of Martial

Former United United striker and fellow Frenchman Louis Saha admits that he is a big fan of Martial

Former United United striker and fellow Frenchman Louis Saha admits that he is a big fan of Martial

“His skills are just unbelievable – the anger and aggressiveness he’s showing now is unplayable,” Saha said Sportsmail.

‘Everyone always tells me’ he has to run more ‘, but why is he here? He must score goals. Tell him not to run anymore if this will affect his target speeds.

“The attitude doesn’t matter. Playing for United can be very difficult if you are not fed by your teammates, but everyone knows that he is a huge threat and only needs one or two chances to score. ”

Martial scored on a delicious chip above goalkeeper Ben Foster against Watford on Sunday

Martial scored on a delicious chip above goalkeeper Ben Foster against Watford on Sunday

Martial scored on a delicious chip above goalkeeper Ben Foster against Watford on Sunday

Saha also acknowledged that he was excited to see how Odion Ighalo was doing and glowed over Harry Maguire’s first season at the club.

“He has a different kind of style [to other forward options] and has a lot of strength and power – the competition will be really useful, “said Saha, speaking from Marriott Hotels Seat of Dreams in Old Trafford.

‘Of course, if you go to another country, there is a question of how you will be when you return, but he is clearly a motivated boy and I am excited to see more.

Odion Ighalo was brought in from Shanghai Shenhua last month but still has to score for the club

Odion Ighalo was brought in from Shanghai Shenhua last month but still has to score for the club

Odion Ighalo was brought in from Shanghai Shenhua last month but still has to score for the club

MANCHESTER UNITED IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE 2019-20

  • Position: 5th
  • Victories: 11
  • Draws: 8
  • Losses: 8
  • Goals scored / conceded: 41/29
  • Top scorer: Marcus Rashford (10)

“Maguire has certainly been one of the successful acquisitions. With everything he offers and his leadership, I would say that Maguire has been at least an 8/10 this season. ”

Saha, now 41, also supported former teammate Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to succeed as a United-boss because of his determination and motivation.

Although Saha revealed that in the mid-2000s he saw Roy Keane and Gary Neville as more vocal leaders in the dressing room, he praised the engaging functions of the Norwegian at the moment.

“Of course, as a young manager in such a big position you are going to make mistakes,” Saha added.

British boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer played from 2004 to 2007 with striker Saha in the club

British boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer played from 2004 to 2007 with striker Saha in the club

United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer played with striker Saha in the club from 2004 to 2007

“But I appreciate the honesty and openness he has about him. He will improve and he has the power and the drive. I then saw his determination to improve every day. ”

Since the winter break, United have won both games in the Premier League and are now only three points lower in fourth place in Chelsea.

They also drew 1-1 at Club Brugge in the first round of the Europa League final-32 – the return encounter is on Thursday night in Old Trafford.

Marriott Hotels, Manchester United’s official hotel partner, is upgrading three fans at every Premier League home game to the Marriott Hotels #SeatOfDreams.


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