Manchester United are set to continue their “massive” form following their fourth league win of the season.
That’s according to former Leeds United goalkeeper Paddy Kenny Football Insider On the state of the Red Devils at the start of the season.
Manchester United beat Arsenal 3-1 on Sunday September 4 thanks to Marcus Rashford’s brace and Anthony’s first goal.
It was United’s fourth straight league win after suffering defeats in their first two games.
Kenny supports the continued progress of the club.
“You will now support Manchester United to keep running”, Kenny said Football Insider Journalist Ben Wilder.
“They haven’t played against the team but they look good, you have to admit.
“Since that Brentford game, whatever happened after that, it worked. Whether it’s dropping Ronaldo or just a few tweaks he made in training.
“Who knows? Manchester United fans don’t care. I think the win against Arsenal is important because the other teams they have beaten are not very good.
“Arsenal are top and unbeaten, so for them it will be huge for them.
“It’s not over, obviously, there’s a lot of work to do. But it’s not a bad place to start and you can see things continue to improve.
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