Swedish defender, Victor Lindelof looks more comfortable with the ball whenever he is at back. He’s always cautious about who’s ready to get past him.
It would shock you hear to that Victor Lindelof is among the Premier League players that have held on there own this season. No attacker has been able to successfully dribble past the defender.
But what might be behind this great record or should i call it achievement?
If you’ve been following Man United matches when Lindelof is included in the starting lineup or he comes up as a substitute in the latter stages of the game, you’ll see that Lindelof doesn’t push himself at attackers, instead he allows them take their turn a make a move.
Now that’s a real talent Lindelof has got this season. With Aaron Wan-Bissaka present, Lindelof practically allows the former Crystal Palace man to make some of the moves.
Victor Lindelof was pretty good in the game against Norwich City, helping United keep a clean sheet against a team outside the Premier League too six. He made no mistakes and he was very much comfortable with the ball.
Might be unnoticed but Man United have got a secret weapon in Victor Lindelof this season.
The Swede had a great game, take nothing away from him at least United ran away with three points at the end.