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Alisson humiliates Manchester United star as Ten Hag goes wild

Becker is more than just a good goalkeeper

By Charles Cornwall

Becker is more than just a good goalkeeper
Becker is more than just a good goalkeeper
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Although Manchester United is currently a club that is within touching distance of a ticket to Europe's top two competitions, the club still has a myriad of inconsistencies in all positions this season, with the attack being one of the most problematic as their thirteen goals scored cannot offset the 16 conceded, The signing of Rasmus Hojlund, who has nine Premier League games without scoring and assists, has been a very inefficient striker who is humiliated even by goalkeeper Alisson Becker, who already has one goal in the Premier League.



Everyone on Merseyside will remember Alisson Becker's great header against West Bromwich Albion in that 2021 season, as well as his three assists since he has been with the team, being those offensive numbers enough to overcome United's great youth backup who cannot shine for any reason, registering zero goals and assists in England, making him a media flop for Erik Ten Hag.




Although Rasmus has had a better performance in competitions such as the Champions League, where he has already scored five goals, including one against Bayern Munich, the 20-year-old still has a lot to learn from the English competition, going through a much slower and unfortunate process of adaptation than Darwin Nunez, who today looks like one of the team's attacking stars.


United are still unable to find the right style of play and media reinforcements to bring them back to the top of the table, with the Reds winning in this area with a Jürgen Klopp who knew how to make good investments in a midfield that looks unstoppable, offering elements such as Dominik Szoboszlai and Mac Alister that offensive-defensive stability that they wanted so much last season and that today they can exploit under any circumstances.



Alisson could increase his offensive stats against an old client of his

It is surprising to see a Premier League goalkeeper managing those offensive numbers in one of the most difficult leagues in the world, but Becker himself has achieved the unthinkable during the last season which was to assist a goal for his team during a match against Manchester City, having this coming 25 November the opportunity to make history again with one of those long passes that are exploited by Mohamed Salah on the counterattack, adding now also the big ones. 

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