Ralf Rangnick confuses Roy Keane with his comments about Man Utd star Jesse Lingard

Roy Keane was not entirely convinced by Ralf Rangnick’s reasoning for handing over Jesse Lingard his first start to Manchester United in two years in Sunday’s 4-2 win over Leeds

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Roy Keane left behind by Ralf Rangnick’s reason for handing over Jesse Lingard a rare start in From Manchester United Win 4-2 Leeds.

The England international has barely caught a breath at Old Trafford this season but made his first appearance for United in more than two years on Sunday.

United’s class finally told in a horror movie six goals that was seen Harry Maguire, Bruno Fernandes, Fred and Anthony Elanga both scored for United.

Lingard lasted more than an hour before he was replaced by Elanga, who scored United’s final goal.

When asked about the decision to put Lingard on the field because of the cold, Rangnick revealed that Lingard looked ‘shrewd’ during training.

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Roy Keane Confused By Ralf Rangnick’s Pre-match Comments About Jesse Lingard

But Keane was not convinced by Rangnick’s explanation.

“He [Rangnick] Keane told Sky Sports before the game, said he looked sharp in training, I think he didn’t look sharp in two years of training,” Keane told Sky Sports before the game, pointing to Lingard’s lack of minutes. alarmingly this semester.

“But no, we all know Jesse is a talented lad, there are problems with his contract but we’ll give him credit for what happens when he’s on loan. he.

“He’s another pick for the manager, we’ll know when the game starts [whether he’s a better fit than Anthony Elanga or Marcus Rashford]He has experience and is a quality player.

“As we saw when he was on loan, he accelerated very quickly so hopefully it won’t be a big deal for him but it is a good opportunity for him, especially with the contract. his copper in the summer.”

Lingard seems poised to leave the club in the summer when his contract expires.

The United academy graduate nurtured his muscular hopes of returning to the Old Trafford pitch after a stunning six-month spell at West Ham previous season.

Lingard got his first Premier League game for Man Utd since January 1, 2020 against Arsenal


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But Lingard failed to become a fixture under Rangnick or his predecessor, Ole Gunnar Solskjaerthis term.

Despite being a peripheral figure for the club, United blocked deadline-day moves for the 29-year-old.

Both West Ham and Newcastle are said to be keen to strike a deal for the attacker – only for United to turn down both clubs.

Although Lingard was tipped to leave in the summer, he was ultimately given the chance to impress Rangnick in Sunday’s fiery clash.

And Rangnick was in tears after the final whistle as he praised his team’s performance.

“It was very intense,” said the United chief. “If you are a neutral person, [it was] an entertaining football game, there are only very few moments when nothing happens on the field.

“It took us about 10 or 15 minutes to start the game. I think the last half hour before half-time, we did very well, we pressured them, we forced them into the half. The whole first half was on. In their half, we were 2-0 up, we could have made it 3-0, making it 4-0.

Rangnick gives Lingard a rare start to Sunday



“In the first half we were fully aware that they were going to attack us and would try to play more offensively. I still believe the first goal came from the blue, I don’t think where Rodrigo intends to play. . he played the ball, but within two minutes, all of a sudden it was 2-2.

“It took us five minutes to shake ourselves and the reaction after that I think was fantastic, we showed maturity, we showed maturity, as a team on the pitch and in the end, We deserved to win.”

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