BREAKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, Jamie Redknapp criticised man united’s star player,for his lacklustre performance in the team’s heartbreaking draw to Brentford. Jamie Redknapp described the player’s muted performance as dismal and uninspired. He said ” I’m watching Rashford. He’s walking around like it’s a bit of fun out there.” all i see is that he no longer wants to play for United”.The player’s performance was deemed unsatisfactory by Redknapp. “Jamie Redknapp is ‘unimpressed’ with man united’s’sluggish’ performance during the’shocking’ draw to Brentford.


Jamie Redknapp delivered scathing criticism of Marcus Rashford for his lackluster performance in the first half against Brentford on Saturday evening.

Manchester United endured a frustrating 1-1 draw away to Brentford, leaving them trailing Aston Villa by 11 points in the race for fourth place with nine Premier League matches remaining.

Despite Brentford’s onslaught of 31 shots, it was Manchester United who seemed poised to snatch a victory in the dying moments when Mason Mount, making his return, found the net in the 96th minute. However, their hopes were dashed as Kristoffer Ajer leveled the score just three minutes later, leaving United disappointed.

During halftime analysis, Redknapp didn’t mince words, specifically targeting Rashford’s performance in the opening 45 minutes and questioning his work ethic.

“They have been so bad tonight, I cannot believe the lack of effort, spark, and desire to win individual battles to make things happen,” Redknapp remarked in the Sky Sports studio, as reported by Manchester Evening News.

“I’m watching Rashford. He’s walking around like it’s a bit of fun out there.”

Rashford, who impressed with 30 goals across all competitions last season, appears to have fallen short of his previous standards, sparking speculation about his future at Old Trafford, particularly amid rumored interest from PSG.

The road ahead doesn’t offer respite for Erik ten Hag’s side, with daunting fixtures against Chelsea and Liverpool scheduled within a three-day span next week.

As hopes for Champions League qualification dwindle, attention turns to the FA Cup, where United will face Coventry City in the semi-finals as they aim to salvage their season.

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