Ben Foster Criticizes Casemiro’s Performance in Manchester United’s Draw with Bournemouth

Ben Foster

Ben Foster, former Manchester United goalkeeper, has criticized Casemiro for his performance during the draw against Bournemouth.

In the match at the Vitality Stadium, United had to rally twice to secure a 2-2 draw last week. However, the outcome dealt a blow to the Red Devils’ hopes of finishing in the top four, with Aston Villa now holding a 13-point lead with only six games remaining.

Bournemouth’s second goal occurred ten minutes before halftime when Marcos Senesi advanced with the ball unchecked before feeding Justin Kluivert. Kluivert then cut into the box and beat Andre Onana with a shot at his near post.

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Ben Foster attributes the defensive lapse leading to the goal to Casemiro’s performance.

“The second goal, Casemiro, he’s a holding midfielder. He should be that engine, that rat in the midfield, the disruptor – somebody that breaks up all the attacks, gets in people’s faces,” Foster said on his YouTube channel.

“The second goal, for me, is an absolute disgrace. It’s an absolute disgrace. He’s allowed to wander into that space and get his shot off. Casemiro almost notices at the last second, meanders in, hangs a leg in there.

“And I’m thinking, do you know what? If I was a manager of a team and my holding midfielder did that, that action there and then, I’d say that’ll do. You, come off.”

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