2020 has been full of highlights, as well as taking place during one of the most unpredictable years in recent memory. Manchester United, however, have made the best of it, finishing strong towards the end of the season thanks to remarkable performances by several of its players. The excitement of the game was felt by fans at home, those playing the odds at casinos, and those who debated it across social media.
Here are the rankings of the top five Manchester United players of 2020
The Portuguese player arrived at the club in January 2020 and has made quite the splash since his arrival. The goals scored by Fernandes were instrumental to the club even qualifying for the Champions League.
Without him, we would have failed to qualify for this season’s European Cup and it is because if him that we are seriously challenging for the Premier League title this season
Rashford has received a lot of attention not just because of his performance on the pitch but for his support of various social causes such as feeding underprivileged children in the UK. His performances on the pitch has been highly consistent as well.
He missed the first three months of 2020 due to a back injury but since then, the England international has been top class. This term, he has already directly contributed in 21 goals.
Martial is not an out center forward but in the last year, the Frenchman has shown that he can effectively play the role of the No. 9. In the second half of last season, the former Monaco man made 18 appearances in the league and directly contributed in 14 goals.
Greenwood has been dubbed as having to potential to be one of the biggest goal scorers in the Premier League. The academy graduate has earned much hype since making his debut and he has what it takes to become one of the best attackers in world football. In just 12 PL starts last term, the youngster scored 10 goals. He
Manchester United consistently leaked goals in the last year and that is one area that they must strengthen in this January transfer window.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka has arguably been our best and the most consistent defender. In one vs one situations, the England international has proved to be very strong and even the most speedy of attackers find it hard taking him on. He does need to improve his game in the attacking third and contribute in goals as well.
Woodward is a big money director, but he does not like big money players. I think his pay is too much, woodward should get small money if not stop avoiding big money players.