Sancho, on the right track

After a poor start to his career at Old Trafford under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Ralf Rangnick, the winger was one of the standouts when Erik ten Hag turned around a bleak start to the campaign. Sancho scored in two of the first three victories of the course of the red devilsbut it didn’t appear anymore. He was substituted in the second half on October 22 against Chelsea. He did not finish the game and did not play again. Neither with England in the World Cup, nor with the Manchester United shirt after the international event.

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Although the reason for Sancho’s absence was not made public, the information circulating in England is that the footballer was not in a good moment on a psychological level. Ten Hag offered him the space that English needed, and even sent him to the Netherlands to continue working with people he trusted. Time has proved the technician right, and Jadon dressed again in shorts in the second leg of the League Cup semifinals, and was key in Wednesday’s draw against Leeds United. He came off the bench in the second half to help change the game. His was the goal of the final tie. He now he could become the ace up the sleeve of Ten Hag.

“He has done very well,” explained Bruno Fernandes after the win against Nottingham Forest last week. “It’s great to have him back, we know he can offer us many solutions, starting or coming off the bench. We all know the quality that he has. He has not been able to show the best of himself, but at various times he has done very well ”.

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A satisfaction and joy that his coach also shared after Wednesday’s draw in the Premier League. Sancho was the positive note of a disappointing night. “Sancho has gone through a difficult period. He did not feel well. You are to be congratulated on taking that step. He pleases me and I’m proud that he did. I support him, his teammates support him and the fans too, but this is something he has to solve himself. He is an amazing footballer who can make a difference. I hope he continues like this and helps the team with goals and assists.”

The path is made by walking, wrote Antonio Machado. And Jadon Sancho is heading in the right direction. He returned to the team and took the first steps of his journey. On Wednesday night he came off the bench in the 59th minute, and ten minutes later he scored again. He combined with Luke Shaw on the left flank before entering the box, where he was met with a rebound from his teammate. He had minimal time to load and fire. He did, and tied. On Sunday he will face Leeds United again, against whom he hopes to continue walking. Steps that contribute to return Manchester United to the top. For now, the Mancunians are third, seven points behind the leader, they are still alive in the FA Cup and at the end of the month they will play the League Cup final against Newcastle United.

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