How Did Louis Van Gaal Feel Their Draw

Posted by coininfifa on September 9th, 2014

Louis van Gaal’s spluttering begin to Fut Coins at Manchester United carried on as they drew 1-1 with Sunderland in the Premier League.United, who lacked any fluency at the Stadium of Light, were lucky to get a 17th-minute lead through Juan Mata.However, they failed to make the most as an unmarked Jack Rodwell headed in a first-half leveller on his home debut to earn Sunderland a point.All eyes were again on the Dutchman following United began their campaign with a 2-1 home beat to Swansea City last week.

As though to add to the stress, all three of the club’s close-season signings – Luke Shaw, Ander Herrera and Marcos Rojo – were unavailable on Sunday.Yet few would have predicted the level of disjointedness on display as United struggled terribly, especially in defence.That they appeared with a point was maybe a source of relief, with Connor Wickham spurning an excellent chance for Sunderland just after half-time.It was the home side who enjoyed the brighter beginning as United started nervously in control, with Lee Cattermole – buoyed by a wonder goal against West Brom last week – hitting a half-volley just wide.

FIFA PS3 Coins were definitely indications of the nerves Van Gaal referred to last week in his charges’ display, although a botched attempt to play out from the back fortuitously resulted in an opening as Tom Cleverley curled over early on.But it was Sunderland causing all the difficulties, the impressive Will Buckley reducing inside to feed Wickham – who could only hit right at David De Gea with the goal gaping.Maybe awoken by that miss, United responded to take the lead as Antonio Valencia found space on the wing and sent a vicious low cross to the back post that Mata was able to tap into an empty net.But the goal did not bring a noticeable difference in the visitors’ general perform and Sunderland levelled in the 30th minute, Rodwell going home Sebastian Larsson’s corner at the front post.

Runescape 2007 Gold did begin to see a lot of ball thereafter, although it was Sunderland who made the first half’s final opportunity when Steven Fletcher’s overhead kick went tamely wide.Whatever Van Gaal believed to his gamers at the period did not have the desired effect as further poor defending let in Wickham, who saw his fizzing hit turned removed off the line by Tyler Blackett.Van Gaal’s men then enjoyed a spell of pressure and were denied a penalty when Ashley Young went down under a challenge from previous United defender Wes Brown.The visitors carried on to push forward looking for a winner but, in spite of some anxious Sunderland defending, were not able to discover the Midas touch in front of goal.

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