“He isn’t good enough…” – Mark Goldbridge has ‘run out of patience’ with Man Utd player

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After Manchester United’s match against Sevilla ended in a draw, Mark Goldbridge acknowledged he had “run out of patience” with one player.

In the first leg of the Europa League quarterfinal on Thursday at Old Trafford, United blew a two-goal advantage to draw 2-2 with Sevilla.

After Marcel Sabitzer’s brace gave the team the lead and Erik ten Hag’s team the advantage, the team was cruising at the half.

Tyrell Malacia and Harry Maguire scored two late own goals for United, but the game ended disastrously as the team’s starting center backs Lisandro Martinez and Raphael Varane were both forced off due to injuries.

A depleted United team will travel to the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium on Thursday needing to produce a victory after having total control.

Furthermore, while a few United players have been mocked in the media as a result of the defeat, prominent United Youtuber Goldbridge focused most of his criticism on United striker Wout Weghorst.

Weghorst on Goldbridge
Speaking to Weghorst, who came off the bench with 30 minutes left in the match, Goldbridge acknowledged he had lost patience with him.

I’ve had enough of Weghorst, the streamer declared. I’m aware that he’s a challenger, but I’m impatient.

“Teams are spending between $200 million and $300 million in January, teams are getting Gakpo and Joao Felix on loan, and we’re bringing in Weghorst on loan.

He isn’t at fault, but he isn’t up to par. He’s not up to par.

In addition, Weghorst’s performance against Sevilla was criticized by United legend Paul Scholes, who pointed out that the Dutchman flubbed his lines at a crucial moment in the match.

Weghorst received the ball in the box with the score at 2-0, but instead of firing immediately or giving an early layoff to the well-positioned Anthony Elanga, he passed the ball back to the defender Malacia, who fired wide from the edge of the box.

He should turn and shoot, Scholes told BT Sport. Malacia is standing on the edge of the box, but I doubt that you would predict that he would score.

“I believe a center-forward with real quality [shoots] should be the center.” If it’s a martial, he’s either back-heeling it and trying to score or he quickly turns, fires his shot, and scores. He is five to six yards away.

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