Manchester United announced via the club’s website on Wednesday that “Casemiro is out for at least a few weeks with a hamstring injury. He was injured in the English Football League Cup fourth round (round of 16) match against Newcastle United and was substituted after half-time. Following a scan, it has been determined that he will require several weeks of treatment and recovery,” the club said in a statement.레모나토토 주소
Last season, United finally broke out of relegation by winning the EFL Cup. Eric ten Hagg showed promise in his first season in charge, lifting the trophy for the first time in six years.
Major investments were made. Mason Mount (ex-Chelsea), Andre Onana (ex-Inter Milan), Hoyun (ex-Atalanta), Altay Bayindre (ex-Fenerbahce), Sergio Reguilon (ex-Tottenham, on loan), and Sofiane Amrabat (ex-Piortina, on loan) were among the big names to arrive.
But so far, so bad. They’ve been knocked to their knees against big clubs and have struggled against relatively weak opponents. The biggest problems are the constant injury problems across positions and a noticeably less decisive attack.
They even lost the Manchester derby with pride on the line. On October 30, they lost 0-3 to Manchester City in the 10th round of the Premier League (PL). City took the lead in the 26th minute on a penalty kick (PK) from Elling Holland. Four minutes into the second half, Holland completed his multi-goal performance to extend the lead. Phil Foden found the back of the net in the 35th minute. United fought back with the introduction of Mount, Alejandro Garnacho, Reggilon, Anthony and Anthony Martial, but ultimately lost.
On their knees again in the EFL Cup. Newcastle suffered a setback when Matt Targett went off with an injury shortly after kickoff, but took the lead in the 28th minute through substitute Miguel Almiron. Lewis Hall also scored in the 36th minute, capitalizing on a second ball. Even Willock found the back of the net in the 25th minute to drive a wedge. In the end, United hung their heads in shame as they lost 0-3 to Newcastle.
At the time, it was confirmed that Casemiro, who had been substituted after halftime, had suffered a hamstring injury. Another crisis loomed as Van Gaal’s position was rapidly faltering.