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Manchester United: Jadon Sancho hailed by Paul Scholes for his change after the first goal

‘I think he’s fitter, he looks a little thinner’: Paul Scholes praises Jadon Sancho’s change of direction at Manchester United after his ‘best game’ saw him score his first goal in Villarreal’s win


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Jadon Sancho has been praised by former Manchester United stars after finally breaking his goal drought in the Champions League win over Villarreal.

The forward who came from Borussia Dortmund for £ 73m in the summer finally scored his first goal for the club in the 2-0 win in Spain, firing an excellent shot off the crossbar in the last minute to seal United’s place. In the last minute. 16 of the competition.

Sancho has been in a lot of trouble since his summer move, but from the beginning he was under the interim command of Michael Carrick, and according to the former United midfielder, Scholes seemed fitter and the best player on the field.

Jadon Sancho celebrates his last minute goal with Manchester United at Villarreal

Jadon Sancho celebrates his last minute goal with Manchester United at Villarreal

The forward's goal sealed a 2-0 win for United and marked their first goal for the club.

The forward's goal sealed a 2-0 win for United and marked their first goal for the club.

The forward’s goal sealed a 2-0 win for United and marked their first goal for the club.

“ He looked fitter than he was. I was very happy for him, he told BT Sport. ‘A really young player who has had a difficult start. But I thought he was the best United player tonight.

I think they need to use it more. Playing for this team is a bit different, because he doesn’t have a fullback like he did at Dortmund, which I think helps.

He wants to play higher. He is such a smart footballer. I think he’s fitter. Look at it, I think it looks half a point thinner.

Scholes’ former Red Devils teammate Rio Ferdinand was also impressed by the England forward and insists his improvement comes from his teammates now understanding more about his game.

Former United midfielder Paul Scholes praised Sancho's performance in the European clash

Former United midfielder Paul Scholes praised Sancho's performance in the European clash

Former United midfielder Paul Scholes praised Sancho’s performance in the European clash

Subsequently, Sancho is congratulated on his performance by interim coach Michael Carrick

Subsequently, Sancho is congratulated on his performance by interim coach Michael Carrick

Subsequently, Sancho is congratulated on his performance by interim coach Michael Carrick

“I also think they are his teammates and they understand it,” he added. “Not many of his teammates knew about him.

“ They expected me to be a flying winger who wants to go outside all the time. It’s more intricate, you want to play one-on-two and tie things together. He is a soccer winger.

Meanwhile, Owen Hargreaves insisted that Sancho’s performance reminded him more of the Borussia Dortmund player who convinced United to sign the 21-year-old in the summer.

‘Jadon probably had his best game in the United jersey. He seemed like the player who could make a difference, ‘he said.

Sancho was a living presence, with former United stars claiming he was their best player.

Sancho was a living presence, with former United stars claiming he was their best player.

Sancho was a living presence, with former United stars claiming he was their best player.

United's 2-0 victory in Spain places them in the knockout stages of the Champions League

United's 2-0 victory in Spain places them in the knockout stages of the Champions League

United’s 2-0 victory in Spain places them in the knockout stages of the Champions League

“When we’ve seen him play for United this season, he hasn’t raced as much as when he was in Dortmund. Today, he looked fit and elegant. When you’re in shape, you can see the impact you can have on a team.

‘Jadon was the best player on the field. Jadon looked like the Jadon we saw at Borussia Dortmund sometimes, who can win a game. “

United were playing their first game since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s dismissal as manager following a disastrous 4-1 loss to Watford in the Premier League on Saturday.

Despite a poor first-half, United rallied in the end after bringing on Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford. Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring with 12 minutes remaining before Sancho’s last-minute effort.

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