Christian Eriksen details mood inside Manchester United dressing room after Arsenal win
Man Utd posted a fourth progressive Premier League win with a 3-1 win over Arsenal on Sunday.
Manchester United midfielder Christian Eriksen has conceded that the state of mind inside the changing area has been changed following Sunday’s 3-1 win over Arsenal at Old Trafford.
Goals from Marcus Rashford (2) and debutant Antony fixed a fourth progressive triumph for Erik ten Hag’s side, finishing Arsenal’s winning beginning to the mission simultaneously. Antony shot United into a first-half lead, locking onto Rashford’s pass, before Bukayo Saka deservedly brought the Gunners level on the hour mark.
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Notwithstanding, United, hoping to expand on their new victories over Liverpool, Southampton and Leicester City, reestablished their benefit only six minutes after the fact through Rashford, who hooked onto Bruno Fernandes’ flawless pass to pack his second goal of the time. The England international multiplied his count before long, tapping in from short proximity to seal each of the three points.
The triumph has lifted United up to fifth in the table, meaning they are presently only three points off the culmination. After their 4-0 loss to Brentford in their second game of the time, United were lower part of the table and persevering through supported analysis.
Nonetheless, their run of four progressive wins has changed the state of mind around the club, not least in the changing area. Summer marking Eriksen, who scooped the Man of the Match grant against the Gunners, has point by point how enormous a distinction has created since the Brentford ghastliness show.
“There’s a big difference compared to the first two games, that is true,” Eriksen told Sky Sports. “But I think the whole set-up with the manager coming in, me being new to the changing room, a lot of new players coming in late and getting used to everyone, you can feel it now [the difference].
“It is a really nice group and everyone wants to do their best and compete.”