Hargreaves says Sir Alex would hatchet Man Utd star 'for a month' after Everton draw

Hargreaves says Sir Alex would axe Man Utd star ‘for a month’ after Everton draw

Fred’s blunder cost Manchester United in their 1-1 draw with Everton

Owen Hargreaves trusts Sir Alex Ferguson would’ve dropped Fred for a month following his error in Manchester United‘s 1-1 draw with Everton on Saturday.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer‘s side started to lead the pack at Old Trafford through Anthony Martial in the blink of an eye before half time yet Everton leveled by means of a fast counter assault which was done by Andros Townsend.

During Everton’s quick breakaway, Fred was burst off the ball by Demarai Gray, who was then ready to race towards United’s goals.

Furthermore, Hargreaves, who showed up for United during his career, was incensed with Fred’s inability to stop Everton’s attack.

‘Never at any point, not in 1,000,000 years [should that goal be permitted to happen],’ Hargreaves told Premier League Productions.

‘That is the thing that you get paid for, that is the reason you’re there, that is your responsibility to stop that goal. I would’ve thought about that literally.

‘He has two breaks at it, and both [times] he loses.

‘It can’t occur. Sir Alex wouldn’t pardon you for that, you wouldn’t have played for a month, genuinely.

‘He needs to win those handles. Also, in the event that he loses it, you foul him, you cut him down.

‘You must win that. You can’t get knock off the ball by Demarai Gray and on the off chance that he does, you foul him.

‘Joined don’t have control of games, it’s their corner, how could an objective like that occur?

‘I realize Harry Maguire is missing and they miss his authority however in case you will play two defensive midfielders in there – McTominay and Fred – that goal can’t occur.’