Former Manchester United Player, Gary Neville has dropped his Candid Opinion on the Performance of Manchester United's Premier League Matchweek 5 Hero, Jesse Lingard after the player overcame UCL disappointment to score against WestHam in the League.

Jesse Lingard Grabbed all three Points for Manchester United, Curling a beautiful Strike into the net just from the Edge of the Box in the 89th Minute Completing a comeback for United after Cristiano Ronaldo's 35th Minute strike cancelled Benrahma's Opener. 

Jesse Lingard who was the Villain in United's 2-1 lose in the Hands of Young Boys in UCL Matchweek Became the Hero Against WestHam alongside David De Gea whose Last Minute Penalty save prevented WestHam from grabbing a last Gasp equalizer.

Gary Neville, a former Manchester United Player Turned Football Pundit has heaped praises on Jesse Lingard, Commending the player's Elite Mentality In overturning Last week'sUCL Disappoinments. 

"I thought Jesse should’ve left Man United because I think he should be playing at the top level every week, he should be playing every single week and he’s going to be living off moments for Man United," he said in a Podcast as Per

"He made a mistake, that was picked up on and meant his team lost the game. But I’m delighted for him that he bounced back."

"He’s got good character, he’s got very good player and I think he should be playing 40-45 games a season, he won’t get that for man United in terms of 90 minute starts I don’t think, but he’s one of those players that United will benefit from having, I just think he should’ve left."

"I remember playing with players at United like Ji-Sung Park who was brilliant at balancing off other parts of the team. United might be better, if they have Ronaldo up top, they could be a better team with Lingard in it [the team]."

The Former United Captain still went on to state that Chelsea has a greater balance than Manchester United This season Despite The Red Devils Current Squad

"It’s obviously more exciting to see all the other players but can you really create a team with a great balance with all those attacking players who don’t really defend in it? Chelsea have a great balance, Manchester United at the moment don’t quite have that same balance."