[Video] Manchester United’s Ipswich Revelations

The Capital One Cup match against Ipswich Town saw three very different Manchester United attackers score three fantastic goals.

The first was from Manchester United veteran, Wayne Rooney, who kicked off his domestic goal scoring with a neat finish in the 23rd minute. Hopefully this will boost his form in front of goal in the Premier League.

Bellow’s the video of the Englishman’s goal, courtesy of The Tractor Boys:

Brazilian wunderkind, Andreas Pereira, got to start in the cup match and took full advantage of his chance. He scored a great free kick on the hour mark that left the Ipswich keeper stunned. Pereira’s emphatic free kick was captured live at Old Trafford by Alex McMahon (@almacca93):

Anthony Martial has once again proven that he is as far from “A Waste of Money”, as anyone could possibly be. He just seems to be able to score whenever he wants. When he starts a run towards goal, you know he’s going to get the ball, and you know that it’s going past the keeper.

Plus his sliding the ball to the far right of the goal has become a sort of trademark finish for the 19 year old. Martial is so cold in front of goal, it doesn’t matter who’s trying to stop him, he will score.

The Frenchman is relentless and he proved it once again with this goal, courtesy of Marco RedDevil:

The defence also kept up their high standards, helping David De Gea keep his first clean sheet of the season. Antonio Valencia and Ashley Young started as fullbacks but that didn’t stop Chris Smalling and Daley Blind from remaining solid at the back.

United played very well all game, despite it only being against Championship opposition, it was a very positive performance form the Red Devils.

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