Ten Hag cites ‘Man Utd’ as one of the most fun teams to play.

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Manchester United manager Eric ten Hag believes they are one of the most entertaining teams in the league. But disappointed to let victory slip away again. and criticized the referee for should have given at least one penalty point. In the home game, drawing Burnley 1-1,

the “Red Devils” had to be second until the 79th minute, so Anthony opened the scoring to take the lead. But then before going into injury time, Andre Onana fouled and lost the penalty. Zeki Umdouni scored and shared the points with the second-bottom team.

“We started strong. Create lots of opportunities to score goals. But at the end of the first half We lost control, causing Onana to help the team many times,” Ten Hag said in an interview after the match at Old Trafford.

“The second half we came back to create many more opportunities. until he scored a goal and in the position of winner But once again we lost it. With http://ufabet999.app unnecessary moments at the end of the game ′

′ We did very well in many periods and must win this game. I’m very irritated. Even though every team missed opportunities as well. But now we are one team with energy. and played with the most entertainment in the league.”

Aside from the team’s mistakes, Ten Hag also saw another factor. It was the decision of referee John Brooks, who refused multiple penalties. Alejandro Carnacho was blocked and Anthony launched a cross that hit his opponent’s arm.

“Right now we are very unlucky in terms of the verdict. We conceded doubtful penalties in games against Chelsea, Liverpool and Coventry,” said the Dutch boss. Added:

“In this game, Onana really should have lost a penalty. But I saw at least 2-3 moments where we might have gotten a penalty as well, and the moment Garnacho was hit must have been a penalty for sure 100 percent. “

The referee really lacked consistency. Last week in the FA Cup, they awarded a penalty because of Wan-Bissaka’s handball, but why didn’t we get it today?

Saturday’s results left Ten Hag’s team eight points behind Aston Villa in the top four, and he was asked if there were only four more matches left to qualify for the Europa League.

“That’s a fact. Getting into the top four isn’t easy. When you’re this far behind,” the former Ajax head coach answered,

“We need to win. Throughout the last several weeks We’re about to do that. But threw it away And for the end of the season like this The distance is too much.”