Holund’s goal again, 4 consecutive wins for United

Holund's goal again, 4 consecutive wins for United

Holund’s goal again, 4 consecutive wins for United. Manchester United’s Danish striker Rasmus Hollund has not been able to match himself due to injury after being drawn from the Italian club Atalanta at the beginning of the season. However, he has returned to the rhythm for the last two months. Scored a pair of goals against Luton Town in the Premier League on Sunday (February 18). Hoylund got goals in six consecutive matches with this.

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Like Hollund, Ten Haag’s team is back in the league. The Red Devils left Kenilworth Road with a 2-1 win on Sunday.

The hosts started attacking at the beginning of the match. However, United counter-attacked against Luton’s attack. The visitors scored in the first minute of the match. A Luton defender cleared the ball and put the ball at Holund’s feet. The Danish striker did not make a mistake to score after receiving the ball.

United sent the ball into the net again in the seventh minute of the match. This time the scorer is Holilund. Garnachore tries to volley from the face of the D-box. However, Hoylund took the goal with his own chest. This is the first time he has scored two goals in a match in the Premier League. Not only that, the Danish striker became the youngest player in Premier League history to find the net in six consecutive matches.

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However, in the 14th minute of the match Luton paid a goal. Carlton Morris scored for Luton. The hosts had another chance before the break. Alfie Doughty’s shot goes wide of the post.

Both teams made several attacks in the second half. But United’s attack was quite formidable. But the Red Devils could not score. Eric Ten Haag’s team left Luton with a 2-1 win.

United is sixth in the table with 44 points in 25 matches. And Luton at number seventeen in the table with 20 points in 24 matches.