Ander Herrera reveals Manchester United gameplan and names three unsung heroes
Ander Herrera says he was given a more attack-minded role against Chelsea in Monday night’s FA Cup win as Manchester United looked to exploit the home side’s vulnerable defence.
The Spaniard opened the scoring at Stamford Bridge as United secured a 2-0 victory over the holders, with Paul Pogba setting up the first goal with a devilish cross before scoring the second himself.
Herrera was given more license to bomb forward by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, bursting into the box to score, and says United knew how to beat the Blues.
Asked by the BBC if he felt the first goal would be crucial, Herrera... read more
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