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of Crystal Palace Michael Olisse ended Manchester United’s winning streak with a phenomenal free-kick in stoppage time. If the Red Devils had been able to prevent a last-minute equalizer, they would have claimed their 10th win in 10 games.

Before Olisse eclipsed everyone, United looked set to clinch another win with just a few minutes of stoppage time left on the clock.

The ball was placed about 30 meters from the pitch.

Many would rate David de Gea’s chances, especially as he has already made some spectacular saves in the match.

A long free kick requires a lot of power and gives the goalkeeper time to adjust or see the flight of the ball.

However, United decided to take Alejandro Garnacho and Fred escort Casemiro into the wall. Larger and more imposing players can be depicted on the wall to intimidate Olise.

At least former United defender and Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville believed United’s small wall gave Oliza the impetus to score.

No impression and steaming

The 1992 graduate and former United captain hit the wall and expressed his frustration in a series of tweets.

Neville’s first reaction to the equalizer was an expletive in a tweet: “FFS!”

Neville then emphasized that the wall should have been more imposing, saying: “This wall was never big enough. I will always shoot!”

In the end, Neville chastised United for not taking the opportunity to upset Olisse with a more formidable wall.

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Frustrated, he tweeted: “ Removal the taker !!! A massive wall with big players complicates the task for the taker! This wall had no presence and looked inviting!”

The show must go on

Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal would have been pleased with the scenes at Selhurst Park last night. The draw dampened any title ambitions United had.

On Sunday, on red devils will face the Gunners in the top four. Eric ten Hag’s men will go to the Emirates Stadium with attention and a desire to return to winning ways.

of Crystal Palace Michael Olisse ended Manchester United’s winning streak with a phenomenal free-kick in stoppage time. If the Red Devils had been able to prevent a last-minute equalizer, they would have claimed their 10th win in 10 games.

Before Olisse eclipsed everyone, United looked set to clinch another win with just a few minutes of stoppage time left on the clock.

The ball was placed about 30 meters from the pitch.

Many would rate David de Gea’s chances, especially as he has already made some spectacular saves in the match.

A long free kick requires a lot of power and gives the goalkeeper time to adjust or see the flight of the ball.

However, United decided to take Alejandro Garnacho and Fred escort Casemiro into the wall. Larger and more imposing players can be depicted on the wall to intimidate Olise.

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At least former United defender and Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville believed United’s small wall gave Oliza the impetus to score.

No impression and steaming

The 1992 graduate and former United captain hit the wall and expressed his frustration in a series of tweets.

Neville’s first reaction to the equalizer was an expletive in a tweet: “FFS!”

Neville then emphasized that the wall should have been more imposing, saying: “This wall was never big enough. I will always shoot!”

In the end, Neville chastised United for not taking the opportunity to upset Olisse with a more formidable wall.

Frustrated, he tweeted: “ Removal the taker !!! A massive wall with big players complicates the task for the taker! This wall had no presence and looked inviting!”

The show must go on

Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal would have been pleased with the scenes at Selhurst Park last night. The draw dampened any title ambitions United had.

On Sunday, on red devils will face the Gunners in the top four. Eric ten Hag’s men will go to the Emirates Stadium with attention and a desire to return to winning ways.

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