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[watch live#] Today: Man Utd vs Aston Villa live free 26 December 2023

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A promising attack breaks down. 12 min: McGinn is penalised for a foul on Bruno Fernandes and United send Marcus Rashford on his way up the left wing. He runs into traffic as he tries to cut inside and loses possession. 11 min: A knockdown sits up nicely for Christian Eriksen just outside the Villa penalty area. He strikes it sweetly enough but his effort is right down the throat of Emi Martinez. 33 min: Alejandro Garnacho receives a fine pass from Fernandes drills the ball low and hard across the face of the Villa six-yard box. Trying to sneak in behind Diego Carlos, Hojlund is unable to get in position to tap it home. 31 min: A bit better from United, with Rashford latching on to a pass across the fac e of the Villa penalty area before unleash a shot. It’s low and hard but doesn’t trouble Emi Martinez unduly. 28 min: If, as the report I posted earlier on this report suggested, Sir Jim Ratcliffe really is planning on relieving up to 300 Manchester United staff of their duties once he gets his feet under the table, one imagines whoever was supposed to be marking Leander Dendoncker at that corner will find themselves near the top of his list. 10 min: McGinn gives the ball away in midfield and Hojliund saets off towards the Villa penalty area. Clement Lenglet stands his ground and the young Dane is unable to get past him. 8 min: John Mcginn wins the first corner of the game for Villa. He takes it himself, sending the ball into the penalty area in front of the Stretford End. United clear at the near post. Photograph: Serena Taylor/Newcastle United/Getty ImagesErik ten Hag: “In every game, they have to step up, ” said the Manchester United of his players in the buildd-up to this game. “I said the word two or three times now: the players have to take responsibility. I have to take responsibility and the players have to take responsibility. “Maybe in moments you expect from the seniors even more with young players around. But if you are good enough, you are also old enough. Was he onside? The VAR Check is ongoing. Manchester United's Alejandro Garnacho sticks the ball into the net … Photograph: Oli Scarff/AFP/Getty ImagesManchester United manager Erik ten Hag celebrates after Alejandro Garnacho puts the ball into the net. Photograph: Carl Recine/Reuters47 min: Lucas Digne sends a cross into the United penalty area and facing his own goal, Varane hooks the ball clear before it makes it's way to Ollie Watkins at the far post. That’s a crucial intervention. You just feel sorry for them. And the defending for the second goal? Wow. ”Does anyone actually feel sorry for them? Most people without a dog in the fight find their current woes extremely funny, apart from their own fans … who aren’t so much sympathetic as downright furious with this shower of underperforming divas. Alejandro Garnacho (Manchester United) right footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner. Assisted by Marcus Rashford. Attempt saved. Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United) right footed shot from outside the box is saved in the bottom left corner. Assisted by Alejandro Garnacho. Substitution, Aston Villa. Álex Moreno replaces Lucas Digne because of an injury. VAR Decision: No Goal Manchester United 0-2 Aston Villa. Delay over. They are ready to continue. Delay in match because of an injury Lucas Digne (Aston Villa). GOAL OVERTURNED BY VAR: Alejandro Garnacho (Manchester United) scores but the goal is ruled out after a VAR review. Offside, Manchester United. Photograph: Rob Newell/CameraSport/Getty ImagesUnai Emery: While you were stuffing your face with mince pies and booze yesterday, the Grinchy Aston Villa boss and his players were concentrating on their final preparations for tonight’s match. “The main thing for me and the most important thing is to prepare the best as possible the match, ” said Emery upon asked how he’d be spending Christmas Day. Did he get the ball first? He certainly did and it was there to be won in a 50-50 chase. That’s good, decisive goalkeeping from the World Cup-winner. Aston Villa's Emiliano Martinez clears the ball ahead of Manchester United's Marcus Rashford. Photograph: Carl Recine/Reuters54 min: It’s worth noting that in the build-up to that non-goal, Marcus Rashford could almost certainly have gone it alone as United broke upfield in numbers. Between him and Garnacho, they made a dog’s breakfast of what was an otherwise excellent counter-attack. 52 min: Lucas Digne did himself a mischief in trying to prevent Garnachjo’s strike going into the back of the Villa net and has been helped off the pitch by a couple of his team’s medical staff. He’s replaced by Alex Moreno. GOAL DISALLOWED! Garnacho was offside! Of course he was! He was fractionally ahead of Rashford when the ball was played his way and the goal is chalked off by the Stockley Park curtain-twitchers. Their decision is correct and what will frustrate Erik ten Hag is that Garnacho had no need to be offside. Alejandro Garnacho reacts after VAR chalks off his goal. Photograph: Matthew Peters/Manchester United/Getty ImagesGOAL! Manchester United 1-2 Aston Villa (Garnacho 48)United pull one back! Alejandro Garnacho rounds off a superb United counter-attack, smashing the ball home after rounding Martinez, having run on to a pass from Rashford. Hats off to Leon Bailey, who stood directly behind Andre Onana in the build-up to the free-kick being taken, before darting back into an onside position as McGinn shaped to begin his run-up to strike the ball. He may well have messed with the United goalkeeper’s mind. GOAL! Manchester United 0-1 Aston Villa (McGinn 22)Villa lead! John McGinn curls the free-kick in from the right touchline and it bounces in the six-yard box before fizzing past Andre Onana. I’m not sure anyone else got a touch! John McGinn’s free-kick evades everyone and Aston Villa have the lead. Photograph: Nathan Stirk/Getty ImagesMcGinn (right) celebrates his goal. Photograph: Dave Thompson/APManchester United players look dejected after going behind. Photograph: Carl Recine/Reuters20 min: Leander Dendoncker drops to the ground in as series of instalments, holding his chest and screaming in agony after being subjected to what looked a very slight nudge in the back by Bruno Fernandes. Free-kick for Villa, wide on the right. The ball ends up in the clutches of Onana. 2 min: An early cross from the left into the VIlla box is headed onwards across the face of goal by Rasmus Hojlund. He’s immediately flagged for offside. Manchester United v Aston Villa is go... 1 min: Manchester United get the ball rolling in the last of today’s Boxing Day fixtures. It’s played back to Andre Onana, who immediately boots it upfield. Not long now: Led by their captains Bruno Fernandes and John McGinn, the players of both teams make their way out on to the Old Trafford sward. They line up either side of Craig Pawson and his team of match officials for the last of the pre-match formalities ahead of kick off, which is just a couple of minutes away. David Brailsford, pictured here giving the players of Newcastle United’s a pre-season pep-talk, is in attendance at Old Trafford tonight on a reconaissance mission for his boss Jim Ratcliffe. Manchester United v Aston Villa: Premier League – liveKey eventsShow key events onlyPlease turn on JavaScript to use this feature57 min: United have certainly upped their game in this second half and could rescue something if they can end their goal drought. They’re knocking on the door but remain two down. 55 min: Martinez charges out of his penalty area to contest a Fernades ball over the top for Rashford and cleans out the United winger. John McGinn opened the scoring for Villa with a whipped free-kick from the touchline that bounced on its way straight past Andre Onana, before Clement Lenglet was given the freedom of Old Trafford to tee up Leander Dendoncker for Villa’s second at a corner. United haven’t scored a goal in over seven hours of football but need a minimum of two to rescue anything from this game. 45+3 min: Bruno Fernades is penalised for offside – and he’s well offside – as United try to work the ball into the Villa penalty area from a free-kick. 45 min: “It’s a strange feeling, but watching Man Utd at the moment – certainly for that first goal – is actually quite embarrassing, ” writes Gareth Wilson. “The way they were worked over, and worked out, by that free kick was like watching kids play against slightly older kids. “I am going to enjoy Christmas after the match on Tuesday, or even after the match against Burnley because when we are playing matches, the most important thing is to prepare and try to focus. “We are happy and I am proud of our work, but I want to finish on Tuesday trying to face Manchester United about being in this moment better than them in the table. They are contenders to be in the top seven or the top four more than us. This is a good match for how we can face them, how we are with them until the day 19 how we are facing the teams we are competing with to be there. ”All Aston Villa manager Unai Emery wants for Christmas is a win at Old Trafford. Photograph: Ryan Browne/ProSports/ShutterstockThose teams: Manchester United have made four changes to the team that lost against West Ham last time out. Diogo Dalot returns from suspension and lines up at left-back in place of Luke Shaw, who is injured. Raphael Varane returns from illness in place of Willy Kambala, whilie Antony is dropped to the bench, with Marcus Rashford coming in as United look for their first goal in four games. Christian Eriksen starts for the first time since getting injured in mid-November and replaces Scott McTominay in midfield. Unai Emery makes two changes from the VIlla side that drew with Sheffield United. We have to do it together. It doesn’t matter what age it is. We have to put a team [out] who has to win the game. “I am not disappointed by the attitude. But of course we know what the standard is at Manchester United and we have to win as a team. So I take the word responsibility. We have to take that as a team and every individual has to contribute 100% in that responsibility we have. ”Erik ten Hag has watched his Manchester United side lose 13 games in all competitions so far this season. Man Utd v Aston Villa Premier League TV details, live 2 days ago — Check out how to watch Manchester United v Aston Villa in the Premier League, including TV details, radio coverage and kick-off time. Manchester United - Aston Villa: times, how to watch on TV 6 days ago — You can watch a live stream of the game on fuboTV. What time does Manchester United vs Aston Villa start? The game between Manchester United and ... Preview: Manchester United vs. Aston Villa 3 days ago — Sports Mole previews Tuesday's Premier League clash between Manchester United and Aston Villa, including predictions, team news and possible ... 7 min: It’s been a scrappy start, with plenty of throw-ins punctuating the play. The game has yet to find its rhythm and there have been no chances of any kind for either team so far. Aston Villa's John McGinn tussles with Manchester United's Jonny Evans. Photograph: Carl Recine/Reuters5 min: The ball’s played from deep for Ollie Watkins to chase but the Villa striker fails to prevent it from going out for a goal-kick. 3 min: Manchester United throw-in, deep inside their own half. Aaron Wan-Bissaka takes it and Villa steal possession. Leon Bailey tries to send in a cross from the right but it’s blocked. 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