Fc Man United beats Charlton Fc with a 3-0 score. Yesterday in the quarter-finals game of the EFL cup Man united Fc defeated Charlton Fc with 3 goals.
The venue of the match was Old Trafford which is the home ground of team Man united Fc as a home ground advantage team. Fc Man United completely dominate the game and won it. That’s what make their place in the semi-finals of the EFL cup.
The story of the match was same like the first goal of the match was scored in the 21st minutes of the match by Antony after that there were no goals score in the first half team Charlton Fc tried to play and make the score equal but the team Man united was so incredible and dominating thus they did not let team Charlton Fc to score.
While if we look at the second half of the game the second was also scoreless until the 90th minute. But in the exact 90 minutes M. Rashford scored the second goal of the match also same on 94th minute of the game. Rashford again scored goal which was 3rd goal for man united FC . Thus with the help of these three goals Man United won the game.
Team man united were having 70% of ball possession this tells us how dominating play. They did in this match if we look at the shots taken by team man united that is 21 out of 5 on targets. Whereas team Charlton Fc took only 5 shots in the game out of that only 2 were on target and none of them was a goal.
The English Football League (EFL) is a league of professional football clubs from England and Wales. Founded in 1888 as the Football League. The league is the oldest such competition in the world. It was the top-level football league in England from its foundation until 1992. Since when the top 22 clubs split from it to form the Premier League. The EFL divided into the Championship. League One and League Two with 24 clubs in each division. 72 in total with promotion and relegation between them. The top Championship division clubs change places with the lowest-placed clubs in the Premier League. And the bottom clubs of League Two with the top clubs of the National League. Currently, three of the EFL clubs are from Wales – Cardiff City, Swansea City and Newport County. The rest of the 72 are located in England. (source Wikipedia)
Leave a Reply