Man Utd Have Kept 6 Clean Sheets In Brandon Williams’ Last 7 Appearances

Brandon Williams and Daniel James in action with Wolverhampton Wanderers' Adama Traore.

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Man Utd were able to muster a fruitful FA Cup encounter against Wolverhampton Wanderers on Wednesday. The game ended 1-0, in favor of the Red Devils, with Juan Mata netting the sole goal of the night in a fixture of lost opportunities and close chances.

Ever since the first game between these two sides in the Cup ended in a goalless draw, the fixture continued to have a look of a deadlock.

However, defensively both teams were incredible and the performance of one man has yet again stolen the show.

Brandon Williams was a force to be reckoned with during the game, maintaining a brilliance presence across the pitch. This performance was in a series of brilliant ones from the academy graduate and supporters of the Red Devils just can’t stop fawning over the starlet.

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In addition to being an incredible performer for this outing, Williams has also been great for the squad ever since he was given a more regular role at left-back. In fact, in William’s last seven appearances in all competition, United have kept six cleansheets, which points to a massive catalyzing effect on part of the youngster.

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Further still, his attacking ethos is outstanding as well. Williams keeps putting himself in promising forward areas and makes the kind of runs that are bound to be a regular source of goals once perfected.

In the Premier League fixture against Norwich City, he was painfully close to scoring as well which is a further testament to just what he is able to achieve if given more gametime.

With many reports claiming that Ashley Young is poised to leave United one way or another, a player like Williams will give Luke Shaw a massive competition for that coveted and all-important starting role.