Manchester United 3-0 Charlton Highlights: Carabao Cup quarterfinal, Rashford scores twice, Antony also finds the net

Carabao Cup QF: Read the highlights of the EFL quarterfinal clash between Manchester United and Charlton Athletic from Manchester, England.

Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford, left, scores his side’s third goal past Charlton’s goalkeeper Ashley Maynard-Brewer during the English League Cup quarter final soccer match between Manchester United and Charlton Athletic at Old Trafford.

Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford, left, scores his side’s third goal past Charlton’s goalkeeper Ashley Maynard-Brewer during the English League Cup quarter final soccer match between Manchester United and Charlton Athletic at Old Trafford. | Photo Credit: AP

Carabao Cup QF: Read the highlights of the EFL quarterfinal clash between Manchester United and Charlton Athletic from Manchester, England.

Welcome to Sportstar’s highlights of the Carabao Cup quarterfinal clash between Manchester United and Charlton Athletic being okayed at the Old Trafford Stadium in Manchester, England.

Match Report: Rashford double helps Man United reach League Cup last four

Full-Time! Man United 3-0 Charlton Athletic
Two quickfire goals by Marcus Rashford and a stunning left-footed hit by Antony in the first-half demonstrated clear domination by Man United in this Carabao Cup quarterfinal as it entered the semifinals for the third time in four years.
94’ GOAL! Rashford scores his second of the night. Man United 3-0 Charlton
Casemiro delivers a beautiful pass off his shin and Rashford makes no mistake to get to it and bury it at the back of the net. He puts the game to bed and within seconds the referee blows the full-time whistle.
90’ GOAL! Rashford makes it 2-0 for Man United
Man United starts another counter attack, Garnacho passes to Pellistri, who carries the ball into the final third, looks up and passes to Rashford, who scores in six games in a row. What a form for the Englishman!
87’

Charlton’s free kick is cleared and United attacks against the run of play with a fantastic run by Pellistri. His run is stopped and then Wan-Bissaka takes over, gets the ball in the final third and passes to Pellistri, whi then passes to Eriksen. The Dane turns to shoot, but no force on the shot and the goalie saves it.

85’

Change for Man United! In: Facundo Pellistri, Out: Anthony Elanga

84’

What a save! Garnacho pairs up with Erkisen in the box. He makes a run, twists and passes the ball to Eriksen, who guided the ball towards the net. Maynard-Brewer makes a brilliant reflex save to keep the ball out.

81’

Charlton looking to introduce two changes as it looks for a comeback and United goes on another attack, but this time Ness and company limit Garnacho’s run see the ball go out for a corner kick.

In: Jayden Stockley, Aaron Hanry, Out:Steven Sessegnon Jesurun Rak-Sakyi

78’

Save! Fraser takes Charlton’s free-kick, which beats the wall, but lands straight into the hands of Tom Heaton.

76’

United switches the play from the right to the left and Malacia gets the ball to Garnacho. The Argentine almost beats the goalkeeper who had stepped out of the box, but the latter grabs the ball timely to deny a chance to shoot.

73’

Sessegnon gets the ball into the final third following a corner kick and Heaton had to be extra-cautious as he takes charge of the ball eventually to end the attack.

71’

Chance! Garnacho gets the ball into the box, passes to Eriksen, who delivers a low cross for McTominay, but he fails to reach it on time and United misses a chance to double its lead.

70’

Casemiro tries a long ball for Garnacho, but the Charlton goalkeeper gets to its comfortably. Charlton will look to score just one goal and then the match, if ends with the same scoreline, would see a penalty shootout.

69’

Charlton is enjoying possession in its own half, amid constant pressure from United and that forces a back-pass to the goalkeeper.

65’

Save! Rak-Sakyi falls after a challenge from Casemiro, but the referee did not see enough for a foul and United attacks on the counter, with another lovely run, cutting to his right and shoots. This time, though he keeps the ball on target, Maynard-Brewer makes a good save to keep the ball out.

64’

Rashford has taken the position of a centre-forward, while Elanga, who was playing there, has now shifted on the right, a position Antony was playing in.

60’

Triple substitution for Manchester United! In: Marcus Rashford, Christian Eriksen, Casemiro, Out: Antony, Fred, Jacob Mainoo

Change for Charlton! In: Eoghan O-Connell, Out: Corey Blackett-Taylor

57’

Charlton attacks on the counter this time, with Rak-Sakyi getting the ball along the left flank, crosses for Blackett-Taylor, but Lisandro intercepts to force a goal kick in United’s favour.

54’

Shot! Fred gets the ball to Antony again and the goal scorer tries another long ranger which whizzes past the Charlton goalkeeper. That clearly looks like his favourite spot to shoot tonight.

54’

United attacks on the counter, gets the ball to Antony on the right. Ness marks him well to deny a shot, but the Brazilian gets the ball in the box, which is finally taken control of, but he boys in white.

51’

Clare and Morgan pair up to create an attack in the United half, but three red shirts surround them to finally steal the ball away and clear it out of danger.

49’

Offside! Fred with the cross gets the ball in the final third, which sees Elanga shoot the ball into the net. The linesman, however, raises the flag instantly to cut the celebrations short.

47’

Shot! Morgan makes a run and passes to Fraser, who tries a shot from distance and the ball flies over the net. Good early chance on goal by Charlton.

Second half begins!
Another 45 minutes begin as United looks to capitalise on its lead while Charlton aims an upset against United at its home in the Carabao Cup quarterfinal.
Half-Time! United remains in front at the midway mark
Antony’s fantastic strike remains the difference between the sides as Erik ten Hag’s United enjoys the slender lead the half-way mark in this Carabao Cup quarterfinal against Charlton Athletic.
43’

Shot! Garnacho tries a shot following another darting run along the left flank and this time, too, like all the time in this match so far, the ball flies wide off-target.

42’

Antony gets the ball in the final third, tries a pass for Garnacho, could not thread the ball through, gets along the flank, looks up but the League One side is trying desperately to deny another chance to the hosts.

34’

Off the bar! Fred takes the kick from the centre of the Charlton half and he hits the woodwork. What a chance for United and a brilliant attempt by Fred. Unlucky for the Brazilian to not get his name on the scoresheet.

32’

Problem for Diogo Dalot! He looks to have picked up an injury and he is forced to leave the field. Aaron Wan-Bissaka replaces the full-back

28’

Its attack, one after the other from Man United now. Initially, Garnacho, Mainoo and Elanga combine to try an attack, which is thwarted by Charlon and then, two minutes later, the Argentine cuts back into the box, catching McTominay of-guard. The ball, is finally cleared by Charlton, agains.

21’ GOAL! Antony scores for United
Fred passes the ball to Antony at the edge of the box and he curls in an absolute peach with his left foot that kisses the net to take United ahead in the Carabao Cup quarterfinal.
Assist: Fred, Goal: Antony
19’

Manchester United has had five shots on target to just one from Charlton and possession also remains in favour of United

17’

Antony pairs up with Elanga and the final pass gets to McTonminay, who crosses to his left. Charlton steals the ball with Rak-Sakyi getting hold of it. Garnacho fouls him in an attempt to win it in the final third.

15’

Heaton looks to have hurt Clare with the punch, and Charlton’s medical team checks for a concussion to allow him to continue playing. United has looked the more attacking side so far.

13’

Charlton starts an attack with the goalkick and Taylor makes a run along the left flank, delivers a cross ,which is cleared out for a corner kick by Maguire. The corner sees Dobson get the ball in a danger area and Heaton punches it out.

9’

Maguire delivers a long ball for Garnacho to switch the play and the Argentina side-steps his marker and lands a shot, which is just off-target. The youngster appeals for a corner kick as he though the goalie got a touch, but the referee gives a goal-kick.

6’

The corner, initially cleared is passed to Elanga who was at an offside position to give a free-kick to Charlton. Thousands of home fans keep the stadium ringing with chants and cheers as ten Hag’s men look to secure a victory here.

5’

Dobson wins the ball in the midfield, but Man United steal the bl back and Antony tries to make a run up the pitch, but his shot is deflected out for a corner kick.

2’

Early chance for Man United! United attacks on the counter and Garnacho makes a run along the left flank, beats his marker and delivers a brilliant pass for Dalot, who shoots off-target.

1’

United gets the ball rolling from left to right, while Charlton starts from the other end. United is pressing early and concedes a foul. Charlton takes the free-kick quickly.

The players are out and the stage is set!
Manchester United and Charlton’s players walk out of the tunnel. Charlton starts in white, while United starts in its traditional read kit. This is the first visit of the League One side here since February, 2007 and they will look to make it memorable this time around.
Starting lineups:
Manchester United: Heaton; Malacia, Maguire, Martinez, Dalot; Fred, McTominay, Mainoo; Elanga, Antony, Garnacho
Charlton Athletic: Maynard-Brewer; Clare, Inniss, Ness, Sessegnon, Dobson, Morgan, Fraser, Rak-Sakyi, Leaburn, Blackett-Taylor.

Form Guide:

Manchester United comes into the match following a 3-1 win over Frank Lampard’s Everton and has won five matches in a row.

Charlton, on the other hand, is looking to turn the tides, with two consecutive wins after a winless run of 11 games.

Man United last five games:

  • ⦿ Man United 3-1 Everton
  • ⦿ Man United 3-0 Bournemouth
  • ⦿ Wolves 0-1 Man United
  • ⦿ Man United 3-0 Nottingham Forest

Charlton Athletic last five games:

  • ⦿ Charlton 2-1 Lincoln
  • ⦿ Portsmouth 1-3 Charlton
  • ⦿ Oxford United 3-1 Charlton
  • ⦿ Charlton 1-1 Peterborough
  • ⦿ Charlton 0-0 Brighton (4-3 on penalties)

Head-to-head:

Manchester United and Charlton Athletic have met 59 times since 1932 and the Red Devils have come out victorious 38 times, while the Addicks have won 10 times. The remaining matches have been draws.

The last time the two side met, Charlton was still in the Premier League, with United winning the match 2-0 on February 10, 2007.

Manchester United will host Charlton Athletic in the League Cup quarter-finals on Tuesday. Erik ten Hag’s side is on a seven-match winning run (in competitive fixture) and will look to continue that against the League One side at home.

Charlton, on the other hand, is looking to turn the tides, with two consecutive wins after a winless run of 11 games.

Predicted lineups: Man United vs Charlton Athletic
Man United: Butland - Lindelof, Maguire, Lisandro, Malacia - Fred, McTominay, Casemiro - Garnacho, Antony, Elanga
Charlton: MacGillivray - Clare, Inniss, Ness, Sessegnon - Morgan, Dobson, Fraser - Rak-Sakyi, Leaburn, Blackett-Taylor

The Red Devils will make their fifth appearance at the last-eight stage of the competition in the last seven seasons, as they look to lift the trophy for the sixth time in our history.

United plays rival Manchester City three days later, which may allow Ten Hag to make a number of changes in the starting lineup against a team two divisions below the Premier League side.

One of the most important players who will be unavailable is Bruno Fernandes, who will serve a one-match ban after receiving two yellow cards. Donny Van de Beek also remains out with injury.

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Younger players, such as Facundo Pellistri, Kobbie Mainoo and Zidane Iqbal, were spotted as part of the main group, in training before matchday while Tom Heaton may be given a shot in goal.

Charlton Athletic, on the other hand, is expected to start an unchanged lineups against United.

The Addicks beat Brighton and Hove Albion on penalties in the previous round, defeating a Premier League side for the first time in over 15 years.

At Old Trafford, it will hope for a similar miracle.

When and where will Manchester United vs Charlton Athletic be played?
The Carabao Cup quarterfinal, Manchester United vs Charlton Athletic will be played at the Old Trafford on Tuesday night. The match is scheduled for a 1:30 am IST kick-off (8 pm BST)
Where can I watch Manchester United vs Charlton Athletic?
Unfortunately, the Carabao Cup quarterfinal will neither be live telecast or live streamed in India.
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