Manchester United beat Brentford 3-0 in English Premier League

Manchester v England: defender Raphael Varane scored his first goal in Premier League when Manchester United regained streak with a comfortable 3-0 win over Brentford in a possible farewell night for some players at Old Trafford. Bruno Fernandes scored on Monday and Cristiano Ronaldo added a penalty on Monday, which marked the last game for United in home during this difficult season. Juan Mata and Nemanja Matic were in manager Ralph Rangnick’s starting lineup probably in their final season with the club, while Edinson Cavani, who is also expected to leave, was replaced. United remained sixth with 58 points in 36 games, five points behind Arsenal, fourth, but played two more games. Brentford have 40 points in 35 games and may need a win to make sure he doesn’t go into the downward spiral. Before the game it was feared that the fans would leave the stadium in the 73rd minute to protest against the 17 years of ownership of the club from the Glazer family. However, there hasn’t been a mass release as the vast majority of fans have seen their team perform for the first time in recent months. in a rare safe performance. “In the team’s last home game of the season, we wanted to get a good result and produce a performance that delighted our fans,” United captain Fernandes told Sky Sports after scoring his 50th goal for the club. “We know that our level in the last period has not been up to everyone’s expectations and our personal ambition is greater. The club he must return to the place he deserves. We will meet up with new manager Eric Ten Hag soon to find out how he wants to play, but we have to finish the season well. “United have only won once in their last seven games. in all competitions and saw his hopes of playing disappointed in Champions League next season. However, United have played with confidence and quality from the start today. United opened the scoring in the ninth minute with a goal of a collective collaboration, with Diogo Dalot sending a splendid pass to Anthony Ilanga on the right and Fernandes welcoming in wonderful way the passage of quest’last in net. Mata hit the ball out of goal after teaming up with Ronaldo and then returned the favor with excellent penetration from the left to play the ball for the Portuguese international, whose goal was disallowed by the referee for offside. But Ronaldo received a clear penalty after the hour after being fouled by Rico Henry in area. Ronaldo successfully hit the penalty kick to relax the hosts’ nerves. Varane then scored his first goal for United after a corner kick a minute before the moment in which the fans should have left the pitch. Perhaps this goal was the reason for the survival of the fans. “We weren’t at our level,” said Brentford defender Pontus Jansson. We started the game well but we gave them the first goal. We have lost too many opportunities and inflicted a useless penalty ”. (Reuters)