Cavani hails Sancho’s attitude after overcoming « difficult period » – Marseille News

Edinson Cavani backed Jadon Sancho to improve even more (Photo:.)

Edinson Cavani has praised Jadon Sancho’s persistence after the England international scored his first two goals for the club last week.

Sancho arrived at Old Trafford from German giants Borussia Dortmund this summer for around £ 73million, but struggled to find his rhythm in the first months of the season.

However, the 21-year-old has since started to improve and scored crucial goals both in the 2-0 Champions League win over Villarreal on Tuesday and in the Premier League clash against Chelsea on Sunday.

United striker Cavani, who remains out of action due to injury, praised Sancho’s attitude to overcome his fate as a baron, before backing the England international to continue improving.

“I think one of the things that scoring goals can give you, most of the time, is the feeling of confidence and peace of mind to keep working and training hard,” he said. he declares.

“I think most of the time in football you have to have that extra inner strength, which is to be able to keep going when many times we are not on the scoresheet.

Sancho scored his first Premier League goal for United against Chelsea on Sunday (.)

« And being able to always keep your spirits up and maintain the same dedication and hard work, while keeping your fitness level high. »

“We are all very happy that he scored his first goal. I think it was a pretty tough time for him, but football is like that.

“When you reach a certain level of play, I think people are always full of expectations and there is always a lot of discussion and questions about the players.

“I think he just needs to keep showing everything he’s shown us so far and keep working calmly and with a clear mind.

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“Because often the only thing that can make you enjoy success and be able to maintain your high standards and the like is the peace of mind that hard work gives you.

“And the persistence and discipline to be up there. This is the only way to keep a cool head when maybe things aren’t quite going for you.

“So I hope he can do even more things for the club, and I personally wish him every success and hope he can continue to accomplish a lot more in his career and for Manchester United. « 

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