Victor Lindelof believes that MU had a good season
Victor Lindelof gave a good season for evaluating Man Utd’s efforts in 2020-21, with the Swedish defender all too aware that the Red Devils haven’t won anything yet.
What did Victor Lindelof say?
Ole Gunnar’s side will have the opportunity to bring their four-year wait for the big silverware to close when facing off against Villarreal in the Europa League final on 26 May. A tangible success will see them finish an impressive high-level campaign with a runner-up finish in the Premier League, but Lindelof admits that long-term attractions should be set much higher on Old Trafford. About United’s efforts this season, Victor Lindelof told the official Red Devils website that there were a lot of games, a very busy schedule and it was not only for your body, but also for your mind. It has been a mentally tough season and Victor thinks they played very good football. Obviously, they could have won a few more games, but overall it has been a good season and I hope they can end up strong and win the silverware. According to Lindelof it would be great, but he doesn’t want to say it’s a great season. Obviously, they won nothing, so it’s hard to say, but as a team, he thinks that they have grown a lot and have become even better.
It’s very hard especially in the Premier League
The remaining two Red Devils fixtures this season should both be delivered away from Old Trafford. It might work in their favor, with Wolves and Villarreal still playing, as Ole Gunnar’s side was better on their travels in 2020-21 than in their own backyard. All six of their Premier League defeats have come from home, with the potential for them to complete an unbeaten domestic campaign away at Molineux on Sunday. Referring to that record, Lindelof said that especially in the Premier League it is very, very difficult.