Paul Ince has criticized Manchester United striker Anthony Martial for his body language reluctant to play in the team’s defeat to West Ham in Carabao Cup.
The France international sat on the bench without being played in Sunday’s game. Before being able to play in the starting line and be on the field for 90 minutes, but the result was very disappointing until it was heavily criticized.
Ince, who was particularly unhappy with Martial’s body language, said: “This is not West Ham’s best team, some players you have never even heard of! It’s time for them to let the manager see that. ‘I’m ready to go!'”
“How many people have already been ahead of Martial? Will he move the team during the open market or not? Ole said no and he is still in the squad.”
“I just looked at his body language, which I think. ‘Does he really want to play on Wednesday night?’ and some players do. When they weren’t involved in the first team on Saturday and thought. ‘Why do I have to play in the Carabao Cup?'” According to ufabet
“You can feel Martial’s body language, he doesn’t want to be there.”
Solskjaer had virtually changed his entire team, with the likes of Juan Mata, Alex Telles and Donny van de Beek all starting.
There was also a spot for Martial in the XI, too. Who played up front with Jadon Sancho and Jesse Lingard either side.
But the Frenchman was utterly anonymous throughout the contest despite playing for his future.
Speculation was rampant over the summer with Martial tipped to leave United following the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo but he stayed – yet. This was the kind of game that he could have forced Solskjaer to use him more in the first-team.