Chelsea manager Frank Lampard admits he’s worried about three Manchester United players

Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has described Manchester United’s front three of Marcus Rashford, Mason Greenwood and Anthony Martial, as the league’s most potent at the moment.

The midfield legend made the assessment while speaking ahead of our meeting with Chelsea on Sunday in the semi-finals of the FA Cup.

The Blues’ legend said of United and our trio: “We know they [United] are playing well.

“They have a very potent front three, probably the most potent front three in the country on pure numbers anyway and obviously Fernandes has made a huge difference since arriving in January.”

Indeed, United’s front three have been on absolute fire in the second half of the season, and they seem to be getting even better with each game.

Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial were on the score sheet for United again on Thursday, and now have 44 goals between them across all competitions, while Mason Greenwood has 18.

Meanwhile, Solskjaer and Lampard will be looking to progress to the final for a chance to win their first trophy, when we meet on Sunday.

Both managers are still young in the business, and obviously talented, but head to head records show that Solskjaer’s side have the edge over the West Londoners.

1 Comment on "Chelsea manager Frank Lampard admits he’s worried about three Manchester United players"

  1. Ezekiel H.Gboye | July 18, 2020 at 8:47 am |

    Let the coach find another trio for team two (2).
    Ighalo, Daniel James & James Rodriguez if he is to join the team. A set team for FA, CARABAO & others cups is to also be put in place.

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