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Damning Video Of Man United's Failed Corners In 2021/22, There's 131 And It's Painful To Watch

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Damning Video Of Man United's Failed Corners In 2021/22, There's 131 And It's Painful To Watch

​A damning video of Manchester United's failed corners from this season makes for incredibly painful viewing.

Man United have been extremely wasteful from corners despite having a set-piece expert in their ranks in Bruno Fernandes

He's not the only player to blame, though, with the likes of Mason Greenwood, Alex Telles​, Luke Shaw and even Juan Mata failing to produce a good delivery from a corner. 

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Image: PA
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They're unable to set up club captain Harry Maguire who can be very useful at corners. 

Footage of their failed corners have since been compiled in one brutal clip, and it makes for tough viewing - especially if you're a Man United fan. 

@ndcomps shared the video, accompanied with the caption: "131 failed Man United corners in 2021/22​."

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Naturally, Man United's abysmal corners got fans online talking.  

One Twitter user referenced cross-town rivals Manchester City: "City just have their centre-backs and Rodri and they somehow manage to score a set piece goal, a lot of them in important situations, almost every other game."​

A second wrote: "Set piece delivery is awful... can’t beat the 1st man more often than not. It’s either under hit or over hit, so frustrating."​

A third added: "It’s not just this season though. It’s been like this for about 8-10 years."​

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Man United are the only team to have failed to score from a corner this season despite the appointment of a specialist set-piece coach Eric Ramsay last summer.​

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Image: PA

Ralf Rangnick can't explain Man United's woeful service from corners, calling it 'weird' as he shared his thoughts on their set-pieces. 

"In the end, this is a question of training time but is also a question of deliveries," he said. 

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"And this is really a little bit weird, to be honest, because we players who should be technically able to deliver the balls in the right way.

"But we still have to work on that and we still need to improve in those areas. At least we scored a goal after a free-kick against Villa.

"The first goal at Villa Park was after a free-kick, but I fully agree we haven’t conceded as yet in the last weeks and months but we should also be more dangerous and more effective on set-pieces ourselves.

"It’s a question of training but it’s also a question of quality of deliveries even more so when it’s free-kicks from the side."

Featured Image Credit: Premier League

Topics: Manchester United, Football

Nasir Jabbar
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