Neal Maupay sends Manchester United massive warning ahead of ‘tough’ clash

Neal Maupay sends Manchester United massive warning ahead of 'tough' clash

Neal Maupay says he doesn’t see any reason why Brighton and Hove Albion wouldn’t face Manchester United and not have the mentality of getting all three points.

Man United will host The Seagulls at Old Trafford on Tuesday night in the Premier League, with hopes their three-match winless run wouldn’t extend further.

The Red Devils crashed out of the FA Cup following an 8-7 defeat to Middlesbrough on penalties. They drew 1-1 twice against Burnley and Southampton.

Manchester United dominated in each of these three games, created loads of clear-cut chances but their poor finishing took a toll on them.

Now, Ralf Rangnick and his men would look to avoid their previous performances to repeat in tomorrow’s game but Maupay has already warned his side are as hungry to start what he described as a ‘tough’ week with a win as Manchester United.

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“We will go there with the mentality to get something from the game,” Maupay told BHA’s official website.

“Of course, they have good players but why can’t we get a result? We need to recover from Sunday but it’s great to start a tough week with three points.”

Neal Maupay is currently one of Graham Potter’s top performers this season and was on the scoresheet as Brighton beat Watford 2-0 at the Vicarage Road last weekend.

The Seagulls forward has scored eight goals in the Premier League this season so far, including his lone goal vs Watford, and will be one of the players United will look to hide throughout the game.

Brighton and Hove Albion are in dangerous form, recording no defeat in their last eight Premier League matches, including the Watford cleansheet victory.