Manchester United players won an important match at Tottenham Hotspur and got all three points in London yesterday evening.
United Matic Nemanja Matic (right) in a Manchester United shirt.
MUFC boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been under a lot of pressure, and it could have been his last game off the bench at United.
His team embarrassingly lost to Liverpool last week 0:5, having only 14 points in total from 10 league games before Saturday.
However, the guests managed to manage the duel at the Tottenham stadium, which was scored by Cristiano Ronaldo, Edinson Cavani and Marcus Rashford.
“We used more experienced players than in previous matches. We worked this tactic today,” Solskjaer said after the match.
Fred and Scott McTominay used a pair of defensive midfielders, and Nemanja Matic remained on the bench.
The experienced Serbian finally started in the 75th minute, when he replaced Bruno Fernandez. The attentive fan soon noticed that his shirt was different from the others.
Matic lacked a poppy flower on him, the so-called anemones.
In this way, the soldiers in the country and throughout the Commonwealth, who gave their lives in the Second World War, are worshiped by the United Kingdom. World War II and other wars.
The main holiday is Remembrance, which is celebrated every year on the second Sunday of November.
Matic recently explained why he doesn’t wear a poppy.
“I respect everyone who wears this symbol and my sympathy goes to everyone who has lost a loved one in a war struggle.
But for me, poppy means an attack that I suffered as a frightened 12-year-old in the village of Vrilo when Serbia was bombed by NATO forces in 1999.
I don’t want to offend anyone, but not wearing any symbol is a matter of personal choice for me. And I think everyone will tolerate and respect her,” explained Matic, who also played for 1. FC Košice early in his career.
However, not everyone agreed with his decision, he was criticized, for example, by the British Veterans Association.
According to historical sources, the bombing of the former Yugoslavia lasted from March 24 to June 10, 1999.
The event was attended by the United States, Great Britain, Germany, Canada, France, Spain, Italy, Turkey and other NATO countries.
According to Human Rights Watch, the attack claimed 489 to 528 lives, the Yugoslav government estimated at between 1,200 and 5,700.
At the same time, the bombing caused serious damage to the infrastructure of Yugoslavia, including many civilian targets.
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