It has been a very quiet mood for Man United and their manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after their disappointing 2-0 defeat suffered in the hands of the North London outfit Arsenal in the Premier League tie on Sunday.
The defeat is the first for the interim boss in the Premier League since he took charge of the club from former manager Jose Mourinho in December last year and the second across all competitions after the defeat suffered against French Ligue 1 outfit Paris Saint Germain in the Champions League.
With the players and the manager seeming disappointed, pundits are of the opinion that one player should be left out of the mood because of his impressive performance in the game and how much he helped save a number of situations.
Fred was determined to stop the Gunners in the game on Sunday as he produced a sophisticated performance at the middle, though it was not enough to hand a win to the Red Devils.
The Brazilian had an impressive stats with 86% pass accuracy, 12 ball recoveries, 10 final third passes, 4 out of four accurate long balls, 4 tackles won from 5 attempts, 3 fouls suffered and 2 interceptions. No player had that on the pitch.