New Footage Shows What Was Being Said During Manchester United 5-2 Bournemouth
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Manchester United's win over Bournemouth in an exciting match on Saturday would have had the crowd in a rollercoaster of emotion, but without them we got an interesting insight into what was being said.
Sky Sports, BT Sports, BBC and Amazon have all given fans the chance to watch games since the restart either with or without commentary, allowing fans to hear what's being said on the pitch if they want.
However BT have now given an even greater insight by turning up the mics for a video from United's 5-2 win against the Cherries.
Things were far more difficult than the three goal advantage, and eventual dominance by United, suggests for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team.
They went behind to Junior Stanislas shot that beat David de Gea at his near post, after the forward had made Harry Maguire look silly with a nutmeg in the box.
United got 3-1 up thanks to Mason Greenwood's outstanding finish, a Marcus Rashford penalty, and a beautiful long range curler from Anthony Martial on the stroke of half time.
Eddie Howe's side never looked out of the game though and within minutes of the restart were back in the game from their own penalty, before they had an equaliser correctly ruled out for offside.
Greenwood got a second with another outstanding strike, with his other foot this time, before Bruno Fernandes rounded things off with the fifth from a free-kick.
The audio from the free-kick shows Nemanja Matic, who had a poor game compared with his recent performances, was a lucky not to feel the full wrath of his manager.
The midfielder was stood behind the wall and it was checked by VAR before Mike Dean eventually gave it and in the clip Solskjaer clearly screams at the former Chelsea player to stand in front of the wall.
Aaron Ramsdale's reaction to United's fourth is also telling. The keeper made several excellent saves throughout the match and was clearly frustrated with his team for letting the ball get to Greenwood when they had several chances to clear.
Howe tells his team early on to 'enjoy defending,' something that can't be easy with United's current form, and they did so well for so long but couldn't help but concede.
At the end Solskjaer wishes Nathan Ake 'good luck' and the south coast side certainly need it right now, having picked up just one point in their previous eight games.
They still have to play Spurs, Leicester City, Manchester City, Southampton and Everton as they attempt to stay in the Premier League.