The Brazilian’s ability has never really been in question, it’s doubts surrounding his fitness and determination that have left some Reds not fully convinced.
While a decent hour long display is hardly likely to prove Anderson is about to set the world alight, it does show he’s getting his match sharpness back and could well be ready for the tough games United have coming up. Anderson has now played three games in succession- two for the reserves and an outing against Fulham for the first team, so it seems his fitness is more than adequate.
The reserves have extended their run to one loss in 19 games and look on course to win Northern Group A.
United: Devlin; W.Brown (Vermijl 46), Dudgeon, Wootton, Gill; R.Brown, Norwood, Anderson (Brady 63); Bebe, King, Obertan (Petrucci 66). Subs not used: Johnstone, Ekangamene.
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