Following the Brentford defeat, both coach Ten Hag and goalie De Gea received harsh criticism in the British media
The “Red Devils” revival day, in the eyes of MU supporters, was extremely close when MU defeated Liverpool 4-0 in a friendly match in Bangkok, Thailand, and then achieved some other remarkable successes in Australia. However, it turned out to be only a “trick.”
MU is currently ranked 20th with 0 points and a differential of -5 after 2 games. Even though the new season has barely started, everyone is unhappy with the way things are going for the “Red Devils,” according to The Sun. Journalist Dan King said that MU is similar to a serious illness that causes discomfort from season to season.
ESPN experts concurred that coach Ten Hag made tactical errors in the interim. When the Dutch military commander believed that MU could play with possession of the ball and easily impose the game in the cloudy nation, he got naive.
Goalkeeper De Gea is responsible for MU’s mistake in this game. He made two absolutely terrible errors that led to the “Red Devils”‘ abject defeat. De Gea accepted responsibility and apologized to the crowd following the game. Even Nevertheless, the reality that MU played poorly and is currently last in the Premier League remains unaffected.
Scott McTominay was replaced, and Ten Hag made a few adjustments as a result. But that’s insufficient. Raphael Varane should have been there, and discussing strategy with Bruno Fernandes and Christian Eriksen backfired.
James Garner or Donny van de Beek should begin the scene. At full-back, neither Luke Shaw nor Diogo Dalot performed admirably, while Jadon Sancho also fell short.
Erik Ten Hag’s eyes were opened by last week’s home loss to Brighton, but this game shows that Man Utd require “complete surgery,” as Ralf Rangnick has stated. Rangnick is no longer a member of the team, but Man Utd still has a number of underwhelming players.
United has only ever given up four goals in the first half once in the history of the Premier League. Additionally, this is the first time they have dropped 4 goals in the first half of a Premier League away game.
The last Manchester United manager to lose his first two games was John Chapman in 1921. Also, he dropped his third. Next week, United plays Liverpool. Ten Hag may end up reiterating poor statistics.
Brentford had not defeated United since 1937, a very long time ago. To defeat the Old Trafford team, they had to wait 85 years. That demonstrates the Red Devils’ tremendous dissatisfaction.