Crystal Palace beat United on final day showdown

Despite the loss Manchester United were able to secure Europa League football for the 22/23 season

United headed into the game with only one victory in six games and needed to match West Ham’s result at Brighton to ensure Europa League status. Palace, on the other side, were seeking for their greatest league finish in four years and to cap off a successful season under new manager Patrick Vieira.

With United’s newly hired manager Erik ten Hag in attendance, all eyes were on the players to demonstrate why they should be in the squad, with virtually no one safe for next season.

The game began slowly, with United having spells of possession but little to show for it.

Ralf Rangnick, Manchester United’s caretaker manager, believes his team produced enough opportunities to win Sunday’s final-day defeat at Crystal Palace.

The Reds fell down after a tight first half-hour when former United winger Wilfried Zaha cut inside and blasted into the bottom corner. Rangnick’s team fought for an equaliser in the second half, but Palace’s defence held firm, and Patrick Vieira’s team won.


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