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Manchester United 2-1 Chelsea: The English press judges Nicolas Jackson’s match

Senegalese Nicolas Jackson started yesterday and played the entire match against Manchester United. During the 2-1 defeat at Old Trafford, the Senegalese international had a very difficult match.

On the first goal scored by Chelsea, it was he who returned the ball near his area to the United players, who launched a devastating counterattack. A few minutes later, he had the ball for the equalizer at his feet, but lacked efficiency in front of Onana.

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And throughout the rest of the match, he tried to perform, but most of his balls were lost. His poor performance was reflected in the English press this Thursday morning. His average rating is 4 and the media 90min was the most lenient with him, giving him a rating of 6 for his efforts, as noted by SeneNews.

The National News : “Nicholas Jackson, 3/10. He gave the ball away for the opener, couldn’t distribute it and failed to make the most of his chances in a truly disastrous outing.”

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The Standard : “Nicholas Jackson, 4/10. He slipped to give possession of United’s first goal and often failed to make the right decision in attacking situations. He missed a one-on-one and a point-blank header.”

Football London : “Nicolas Jackson gave the ball away to give Manchester United their first opportunity in the build-up to Scott McTominay’s goal. He missed a good chance in the first half after being played in by Sterling, but showed his best work in deeper positions with runs often wasted by poor passing. 5/10. »

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GOAL: “Nicolas Jackson (4/10) – Always ready to get involved, but the quality doesn’t match his energy. Gave the ball away in the build-up to United’s opener and missed a good one-on-one chance when Onana saved in the first half.’

90min: « Nicolas Jackson – 6/10 – His performance certainly wasn’t effortless, but the decision-making in key moments still needs fine-tuning. Disappeared from the game in the second half.”

2023-12-07 11:16:39
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