Shearer sympathizes with Hoylund as he meets his petty ghost friend.

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Alan Shearer, the legendary England striker revealed that. He felt sorry for Rasmus Hoylund, Manchester United striker, who had to play with his attacking teammates who kept their heads down and dribbled the ball. After failing to score again in the away game against Liverpool.

The game at Anfield ended in a 0-0 draw and once again the Danish national striker No name on the scoreboard. As a result, until now he has still not scored a goal in the Premier League throughout the 13 games he has played.ทางเข้า UFABET 

Shearer said he felt sorry for the £72m striker who did not receive as much support from his “Red Devils” teammates. As he should have given his performance Hoylund

“I think he will come back and do well,” Shearer told Match of the Day. “He has to improve his play and finishing. But I sympathize with him.”

“I tried to put myself in his position. I looked at Carnacho, several times he kept his head down and ran. He didn’t look up often enough to see when the striker was coming.”

“On the other side is Antoni, I would be crazy to play with him. Because you know that 99.99 percent of the time when he gets the ball he will dribble into the middle with his left foot. The defenders know they can handle it. Just being forced to play with his right foot makes it difficult for him.”