The selective toxicity on the caf to some players is nauseating, can't stay here for long or it might give one some e-virus of some kind I'm sureThe haters are out in full force but he was very good apart from one sitter. The second one was just good defending/block.
I agree with all that, mate. I'm a bit lenient on the first miss as I felt Bruno was in a much better position to shoot and that him opting to pass gave PSG enough time to get in the way, but I get why most aren't as lenient.No, you're right. The defending on the first goal is slack. Cavani and AWB are slow to get out for the second. Bruno squandered a couple good positions. It's just when you put Martial's performance in the context of his season so far it's hard to take.
I just feel like when you're on top like we were in those opening 20 mins of the second half, and you miss an open goal and another big chance shortly after, it can just drains thr team. He needs to be scoring, that's the difference between the 'nearly' teams and the the real top sides.
He misses chances like this. Last season V Liverpool, prime example. Then, away from the chances, he offers nothing in the build up. Poor at holding the ball up, poor pressing, poor work ethicYes he should have scored. I don't know what is wrong with him? Last season it was a sure goal
I try my best to be supportive of United players but Martial is the one attacker of the 4 you mentioned who's probably not good enough to continue starting for United. Actually, I can't imagine him playing as CF or LWF for any of the top teams in Europe, except maybe in Tadic's CF role at Ajax where he'd be the main man.Classic knee jerk now. He's been shit to start the season. He was excellent last season. He's been a brilliant finisher for 4 years, but the last few months can't score to save his life. It's a bad run. Calm the feck down people. He'll get out of it and get back in good form. Saying you want him gone is hilarious as it is idiotic, he's a very good player who while he might not be an automatic pick as our striker, can certainly be part of the group of main 4 to rotate for the front 3. Rashford, Martial, Greenwood, Cavani, and then post Cavani possibly Haaland if we're lucky. He's capable of being brilliant, but right now is probably going through the worst period in his career.
Just gonna quoute this post that was written nearly a month ago because you could literally think it was written after the game tonight. Tedious how many chances this guy wastes, sick and tired of it. Have you noticed the minute theres any competition for his spot he becomes absolutely useless? My opinion on Martial won't ever change he's not clinical enough to be relied on.His game tonight perfectly highlighted why I don't like this guy. 2 great chances both missed. He misses far too many sitters, is inconsistent in his game and can never be relied upon. Will never challenge for anything with him and Rashford being the two main men upfront that we have to rely on. Both of them waste far too many chances.
Yeah, we were really guilty of not making the right decisions tonight. Hopefully we can make up for it against RB Leipzig.I agree with all that, mate. I'm a bit lenient on the first miss as I felt Bruno was in a much better position to shoot and that him opting to pass gave PSG enough time to get in the way, but I get why most aren't as lenient.
It's amazing how we've somehow made him a worse finisher than he was when he first arrived as a 19 year old.
?He scored 23 goals last season whilst missing 12 games through injury and not being the penalty taker. Logically he can't be that bad a finisher, at least not this bad.