Friday, February 23, 2024

Manchester United Hit As Two Top Strikers Miss Training Ahead of Bayern UCL Clash

by ItaEmmanuel
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Manchester United may likely be without two of their top strikers ahead of the crunch Champions League tie against Bayern Munich, MySportDab reports.

It will be a make-or-mar Champions League tie at Old Trafford as Manchester United go head-to-head with Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich.

The two teams lost their weekend domestic league fixtures with outrageous score margins and will be hoping to return to winning ways.

While United stumbled to a shock 3-0 defeat to Bournemouth, Eintracht Frankfurt humbled Barcelona with a 5-1 win.

Hence, the two sides will be locked in a match of fate to restore fans confidence or have their managers become more unpopular with fans who are craving for results.

Bayern Munich will mobilize their full star-studded side for the fixture but United will likely miss two of their key players.

According to reports from the Sun, Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial missed Man United crucial training before the Bayern Munich clash.

The report reveals the two attackers miss the training session due to illnesses and may likely not make the squad for the tie.

Marcus Rashford came on as a late substitute for Manchester United in their loss to Bournemouth while Anthony Martial started the match.

The two strikers have been on the lowest levels of their career struggling to find the back of the net despite being a regular on Erik ten Hag’s attacking options.

They have scored only one goal each for Manchester United this season, and have been coming under pressure to deliver and save the club from their worst start to the season.

Man United need nothing less from a win over Bayern Munich to progress to the next round of the competition.

Meanwhile, they will be banking on FC Copenhagen and Galatasaray to share spoils before they can qualify even if they beat Bayern Munich.

On the other hand, the game is a dead rubber clash for Bayern Munich, who have sealed qualification to the next round of the competition with their unbeaten run in the group.

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