The Champions League serial winner has started United’s last four league games and was brought into the squad after the 6-3 fight at Manchester City, which had been given some time to master English football.
Casemiro has begun to repay the club’s confidence in him with some wildly impressive displays in midfield, filling a void that has been yawning in the middle of the park for a number of years.
The 30-year-old Brazilian was instrumental in United’s 2-0 win over Tottenham last Wednesday, arguably the team’s best performance of the season, and shone for Chelsea on Saturday, scoring a dramatic equalizer in stoppage time. partying in the away game.
Speaking of Casemiro’s impact at United, Yorke told Lord Ping: “First, he brings a winning mentality to the dressing room.
“Sometimes these understated players don’t get the credit, but he gives the players with the X factor the chance to shine because he’s so disciplined and selfless as a player.
“He has been the cornerstone of a dominant Real Madrid team for the past five seasons, and you don’t play in that team if you don’t have talent.