Antonio Valencia showed that he is up to the task of being a right wing back with a strong all-around performance in Week 2 for Manchester United.
It has been mostly Arturo Vidal and Thomas Vermaelen rumors at Manchester United recently but today brings news that the club may be poised to make a significant offer for Fiorentina wing back Juan Cuadrado.
Antonio Valencia could see his fortunes - and fantasy value - improve significantly if Louis Van Gaal decides to go with a 3-5-2 system after seeing what his current squad has to offer.
Antonio Valencia was sent off in Ecuador's 0-0 draw against France for a nasty challenge with his studs up.
Ecuador Starting XI: Dominguez, Guagua, Erazo, Paredes, Noboa, Montero, W. Ayovi, E. Valencia, Minda, Arroyo, A. Valencia.
After coughing up the opening goal, Ecuador pounced quickly to equalize and would eventually grab a game winner, both courtesy of Enner Valencia, to sieze three vital points in a 1-2 final.
Ecuador XI: Domínguez; Paredes, Guagua, Erazo, W. Ayoví; Noboa, Minda, A.Valencia, Montero; Caicedo, E.Valencia
Ecuador scored the opening goal but the Swiss eventually wore them down as a certain draw turned to a loss in the final moments of a 2-1 loss.
Ecuador XI: Dominguez, Guagua, Erazo, Paredes, Noboa, Montero, W Ayovi, Caicedo, E Valencia (c), A Valencia, Gruezo
Antonio Valencia scored Manchester United's first goal against Swansea and that turned out to be the winner as United avenged their recent cup loss to Swansea.