Scott McTominay admits manager told players to avoid bad body language
Man Utd came under fire for his mannerisms during matches.
What did Scott McTominay say?
Red Devils midfielder Scott McTominay admitted that manager Rangnick told players to carve out bad body language on serve during games. Man Utd rebounded from a 1-1 draw against Newcastle with a 3-1 win over Burnley on Thursday. In this disappointing romance against Magpies, the Red Devils were blown up for complaining to each other on the pitch, with Neville going so far as to name them a bunch of wingbags.
Scott McTominay said body language is one thing and the manager came in and said he wants to cut this bad body language out to make it final. they took him on board. The game against Newcastle was tough and they have to bounce back from it. The manager said they set the record for the most revs in the league. they should have held the ball better. According to Scott McTominay, now is the time that they are really starting to step up and do much, much better. The manager is so demanding and they play for Man Utd, that’s what they have to do.
It is important to raise the energy level
Ralf Rangnick told reporters that as expected it was a very tough, physical game against a team that is very physical. they also showed the qualities that they have in the team. It is important to raise your energy level. According to Rangnick the whole performance of the team was much better and Ralf was pleased with the performance of their wingers. Sancho is great and Greenwood. Ronaldo and Cavani, the effort was amazing.
A little about the topic
Unlike Newcastle, when they played from behind most of the way, Man Utd fired an early eighth minute against Burnley with a Scott net. By the 35th minute, they held the lead 3: 0. Their body language also sounded more positive, although it was likely their mood helped to be ahead. Man Utd have taken 14 points from their last six games – 10 more than their final six under Solskjaer.