Carrick hopes for good game against Stoke City.


Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick has said that he hopes United can repeat the performance that saw them beat Hull city 3-0 in the next game against Stoke on Tuesday.

Louis van Gaal’s men beat Hull city on Saturday to make it three straight premier league wins. “It was a good performance and a good win,” Carrick told MUTV, manutd.com reported.

“We controlled the game from the start and played some really good football. Hopefully they'll be more of the same on Tuesday.”

Carrick is also hopeful that United can have a consistent XI after injuries have disrupted any chance of achieving that.

“Our downfall this season is that we've had to change the team too much and we haven't had a consistent run with this squad,” Carrick explained.

“Hopefully that will change now and it's nice to have a game so quick so we can keep that momentum going.

“It's been strange in some ways [having no midweek games] compared to what we've been used to over the years but it's something that we've got to grips with. It was a good performance and win against Hull but it's behind us now and our focus is on Tuesday.”

Written by @SimonOmokhua


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