Wow. No-one anywhere near the penalty box and four players on each others toes, like we all see every week. Only Koeman can't see it.
Because of the way these maps are made - they basically just average where the player makes an action (tackles, intercepts, shoots, passes, blocks and clearances are the main ones) - they can mislead a little. That will definitely affect a forward's average position if they're involved in clearing defensive corners or the main one challenging for the ball at a goal kick.
So, in the Bournemouth match, Calvert-Lewin might not be as central as we'd like, but his distance from the goal line is probably about where you'd expect a forward to be. It's definitely much more of an issue though in the United match where you can clearly see Rooney's a lot deeper than Lukaku or Rashford.
Beyond saying that some of the players are new though, there's no excuse for the position of those 4 centre mids.