The MU coach Ole Solskjaer praised Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang when the Arsenal striker hit the net to equalize 1-1 at Old Trafford. “He is so sharp. He is really a quality striker,” coach Solskjaer exclaimed after the match in Round 7 of the Premier League. The winged words of the Norwegian strategist for the Gabon striker became a nostalgia for MU about the championship.
More than 2 decades ago, their strikers always appeared excellent strikers. They have Dwight Yorke, Andy Cole, Teddy Sheringham and Solskjaer himself. Later, MU owned more Ruud van Nistelrooy, Wayne Rooney, Dimitar Berbatov or Carlos Tevez. And the MU squad now appears with all gentle faces. Because of poor quality goods, this team loses the goals. In the last 5 matches of the season 2018/19 in the English Premier League, they scored 2 goals. Coach Solskjaer saw that. All waiting for him to have significant force change.
Coach Solskjaer is very passionate with the goal of building MU based on young strikers, rich in speed and desire. To serve his ambition, he pushed Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez from Old Trafford. Those who do not fit the philosophy of the Norwegian coach built must leave. However, no new rookies came to replace Lukaku and Sanchez. The belief of the Norwegian teacher in Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford is betrayed. These two strikers have never been excellent strikers and are capable of becoming the top MU mugs.
Rashford has been playing so bad recently. Watching his moves and fumbling around against Arsenal, fans were bored. Martial also has bad luck from round 3 when injured. Duo main striker faded, MU no longer has any potential backup plan. The 1-1 draw against Arsenal marked the eighth consecutive match that Solskjaer’s teachers and students could not score more than one goal. Against Wolves and Southampton before, the former England champion lost points because the strikers were too bad. They had a chance, but no one took advantage of it.