Manchester United were in poor form as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Newcastle at St. James’ Park – Update News Sport

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Manchester United were lucky to even grab a point after they drew 1-1 with Newcastle in the Premier League on Monday night.

Ralf Rangnick’s side returned to action after over two weeks without a match and looked rusty as a resilient home side took an early lead through Allan Saint-Maximin.

United improved in the second-half and levelled the match through substitute Edinson Cavani but were left hanging on by full-time as a combination of David de Gea and sheer luck ensured they secured a point at least at St. James’ Park.

Victor Lindelof missed the match against after he tested positive for Covid over the weekend. The Swede had suffered an episode in United’s last match at Norwich 17 days ago and had to wear a heart monitor but the club confirmed it was unrelated to the Covid outbreak.

Two Manchester United players’ places could be in jeopardy after Newcastle draw
It took a caretaker manager to outright drop Rashford and Fernandes and Michael Carrick still recalled the pair five days later at Chelsea.

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Rashford and Fernandes are seemingly protected by reputation and stats, neither a justifiable excuse for their starting status. The performance level of both has been low all year, partly due to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer running both into the ground, and their roles are vulnerable in Rangnick’s system.

Rangnick identifies two Manchester United problems during Newcastle draw
Ralf Rangnick felt Manchester United made technical and physical mistakes against Newcastle that led to a performance he wasn’t happy with.

Edinson Cavani came off the bench to equalise in the second half after Allan Saint-Maximin had put the hosts ahead, but it was a scrappy and disjointed performance from United.

They could muster no response to the opening goal before the break and Rangnick was critical of the first-half performance.

Cavani goal cannot mask fact Manchester United ignored ideal impact sub
efore he was summoned to the guillotine, there was gallows humour in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s last stand when Manchester United supporters sarcastically cheered the emergence of Donny van de Beek at the interval. Like at Vicarage Road, there were two half-time changes at St James’ Park yet Van de Beek remained benched.

Edinson Cavani, serenaded in the first-half by the United fans with a pilot’s eye view from the Leazes Stand – just as he has been in the considerable number of matches he has missed this season – was finally back on the pitch and demonstrated why he is so audibly adored.

Even in these Covid times of depleted squads and substitutions capped at three, United have a deep bench to draw from and Van de Beek was completely unused again. Anthony Martial officially wears the number nine but Cavani is the club’s specialist nine.

Ralf Rangnick reaction shows United aren’t improving quickly enough
With a couple of minutes to go at St James’ Park Manchester United had men committed to the attack and were probing for an opening against a tired and depleted Newcastle.

There looked to be only one winner, but then a pass went astray, United’s midfield were out of the game and Ralf Rangnick turned on his haunches in anger, slapping his arms furiously by his side. Within seconds Jacob Murphy had hit the post and David de Gea had pulled off a stunning save to deny Miguel Almiron.

It summed up United’s night. A lack of control, a lack of precision and once again an indebtedness to the brilliance of their Spanish goalkeeper.

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United player ratings vs Newcastle
United drew 1-1 with Newcastle in the Premier League and they needed Edinson Cavani to save their blushes at St James’ Park.

Skipper Harry Maguire admitted a 16-day Covid-19 break had done Manchester United no favours after they salvaged a 1-1 draw at Premier League strugglers Newcastle.

The Red Devils needed a 71st-minute equaliser from half-time substitute Edinson Cavani to emerge with anything to show for their efforts at St James’ Park on Monday night as interim manager Ralf Rangnick was forced to abandon his favoured 4-2-2-2 formation, and were indebted to goalkeeper David De Gea for a series of fine saves.

It was their first outing for 16 days after a coronavirus outbreak which prompted the club to close their Carrington training complex – Victor Lindelof was absent on Tyneside after testing positive – but it was the lowly Magpies, playing for the fourth time in 16 days and depleted by Covid and injuries, who very nearly secured just a second win of the campaign.

Maguire told Manchester United’s official website: “No 16-day break in the middle of a football season is going to help you. The training ground has been shut and half the lads playing today are recovering from the virus, so of course it’s not going to help us.

“We’ve had people with symptoms, people without symptoms – it’s been a real mixed bag for everyone at the football club and it’s been a tough time.

“But you can’t make excuses for sloppy passes and the opportunities that we had, especially in the first half. We’ve got to stay on the ball, we’ve got to stay active and we’ve got to play the ball in their half and we didn’t manage to do that.

“You can look at that and ask whether the last 16 days had a big impact on that because it looked like we ran out of steam out there. A point in the end is a fair result, but it’s a result that we’re disappointed with.”

Harry Maguire

Rangnick’s men fell behind to Allan Saint-Maximin’s superb seventh-minute opener and were criminally negligent in possession as they attempted to work their way back into the game.

Cavani and Jadon Sancho were introduced at the break with Fred and Mason Greenwood making way in a change of shape and the Uruguay international struck with 19 minutes remaining to snatch a point.

However, Jacob Murphy was denied by a post and Miguel Almiron by a stunning De Gea save as time ran down to leave the visitors counting their blessings.

Maguire added: “David’s on great form at the minute. In big moments – it always seems to be late on in games that he’s always there to produce for us.”

The draw left United seven points adrift of fourth-placed Arsenal with two games in hand ahead of Thursday’s clash with Burnley at Old Trafford, although Maguire is convinced they will be better for a tough evening in the north east.

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He said: “I’m sure 90 minutes will have benefitted every single player out there.

“The Burnley game and the Wolves game are coming up thick and fast and we’ve got to play better than we have done tonight to make sure we get three points.”

Skipper Harry Maguire admitted a 16-day Covid-19 break had done Manchester United no favours after they salvaged a 1-1 draw at Premier League strugglers Newcastle.

The Red Devils needed a 71st-minute equaliser from half-time substitute Edinson Cavani to emerge with anything to show for their efforts at St James’ Park on Monday night as interim manager Ralf Rangnick was forced to abandon his favoured 4-2-2-2 formation, and were indebted to goalkeeper David De Gea for a series of fine saves.

It was their first outing for 16 days after a coronavirus outbreak which prompted the club to close their Carrington training complex – Victor Lindelof was absent on Tyneside after testing positive – but it was the lowly Magpies, playing for the fourth time in 16 days and depleted by Covid and injuries, who very nearly secured just a second win of the campaign.

Maguire told Manchester United’s official website: “No 16-day break in the middle of a football season is going to help you.

“The training ground has been shut and half the lads playing today are recovering from the virus, so of course it’s not going to help us.

“We’ve had people with symptoms, people without symptoms – it’s been a real mixed bag for everyone at the football club and it’s been a tough time.

“But you can’t make excuses for sloppy passes and the opportunities that we had, especially in the first half.

“We’ve got to stay on the ball, we’ve got to stay active and we’ve got to play the ball in their half and we didn’t manage to do that.

“You can look at that and ask whether the last 16 days had a big impact on that because it looked like we ran out of steam out there.

“A point in the end is a fair result, but it’s a result that we’re disappointed with.”

Rangnick’s men fell behind to Allan Saint-Maximin’s superb seventh-minute opener and were criminally negligent in possession as they attempted to work their way back into the game.

Cavani and Jadon Sancho were introduced at the break with Fred and Mason Greenwood making way in a change of shape and the Uruguay international struck with 19 minutes remaining to snatch a point.

However, Jacob Murphy was denied by a post and Miguel Almiron by a stunning De Gea save as time ran down to leave the visitors counting their blessings.

Maguire added: “David’s on great form at the minute. In big moments – it always seems to be late on in games that he’s always there to produce for us.”

The draw left United seven points adrift of fourth-placed Arsenal with two games in hand ahead of Thursday’s clash with Burnley at Old Trafford, although Maguire is convinced they will be better for a tough evening in the north east.

He said: “I’m sure 90 minutes will have benefitted every single player out there.

“The Burnley game and the Wolves game are coming up thick and fast and we’ve got to play better than we have done tonight to make sure we get three points.”

Bruno Fernandes will miss Manchester United’s next Premier League due to suspension.

Fernandes was one of three Manchester United players who started against Newcastle who was walking the tightrope of being just one yellow card away from a suspension.

The Portuguese star picked up his fifth booking of the season in the 1-1 draw and will miss the game with Burnley as a result.

Fernandes was booked for dissent, a carding which summed up a frustrating night in which he failed to attempt a single shot at goal.

Fred and Scott McTominay were United’s two other starters who were on four bookings, but evaded yellow cards at St James’ Park.

How the suspensions work is that any player receiving five bookings in the club’s first 19 league fixtures of the season will be banned for one game. Fernandes is the first United player this impacts.

United have played 17 matches, with games against Brentford and Brighton postponed. Therefore Fred and Scott McTominay must get through games against Burnley and Wolves without a yellow card.

Cristiano Ronaldo must also tread the tightrope. He was booked for a late challenge against Newcastle to amass his fourth yellow card of the season.

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One more yellow card for Ronaldo in the next two games and he will also pick up a one match ban.

Once the 20th game is reached, the suspension ban is lifted, although any player reaching 10 bookings up to and including the 32nd game of the season will receive a further ban.

Coping without Bruno Fernandes seems like a blow, although it may not be so bad considering his recent poor form.

Since his opening day hat-trick against Leeds, Fernandes has only scored two goals, and against Newcastle he failed to attempt a single shot.

United have Jesse Lingard and Donny van de Beek who could both come back in for Fernandes against Burnley, and this is a good opportunity for manager Ralf Rangnick to utilise his squad.

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