David De Gea discloses why Erik ten Hag was ‘furious’ at Man Utd stars despite 3-0 thrashing of Bournemouth
Intense disciplinarian Erik ten Hag isn’t cutting his players any leeway as they mount an improbable title challenge.
Manchester United are the main team not to drop points since the World Cup return as they joined third put Newcastle on points after Tuesday’s 3-0 win over Bournemouth.
While there was a lot of commendation for the exhibition, goalkeeper David de Gea uncovered that Ten Hag was as yet irate at the full-time whistle.
De Gea said: “He was content with the spotless sheet and yet he was a piece furious because we surrendered an excessive number of possibilities and we were excessively open toward the finish of the game, so he was a piece irate.”
There will be no eased up from Ten Hag in his bid to take United back to the top.
Even though he attempted to disregard a title challenge, it is being discussed at Old Trafford without precedent for seemingly forever.
They are presently only a point behind second positioned Manchester City, who face Chelsea tomorrow, and play them next in the league at Old Trafford in the derby.
They might be a far off nine behind pace setters Arsenal however the following match in the wake of confronting City is, you got it, Arsenal.
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United are as yet the main team to beat them in the league this season, 3-1 at Old Trafford back in September.
The discussion from Ten Hag will be around each game in turn however with each game the case for a title push constructs.
Tuesday’s was their 6th progressive win in all contests, the best run since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s quick effect while taking over in 2018-19.
Indeed the new run since the World Cup has seen wins against three of the last six with City and Arsenal different possibilities.
Yet, there is a force proceeding to work with the Red Demons.
As De Gea said: “We are playing well, we need to keep the force however much we can and set up each game as a last.”
It’s been bound to happen however Old Trafford is by and by an overwhelming spot for teams to come to.
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The four goals they have surrendered there in the league is the least of any Premier League side at home.
It was September fourth in that win over Arsenal that they last yielded a home league goal.
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The first day of the season rout to Brighton is their only one of every eight in the league to go with six wins and a draw.
United have not yielded in the three games at home since getting back to activity, including the EFL Cup win over Burnley.
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Goalkeeper De Gea said: “That is how it ought to be to come here – it ought to be an extreme spot for the teams,”
Talking after Tuesday’s win, De Gea added that the effect of boss Ten Hag can’t be undervalued.
He said: “He places each player in similar bearing and we feel like a legitimate team. Everybody needs to win, everybody needs to play for this club and that is enormous.
“He carried an extraordinary soul to the team, we are playing well and this is how we need to show and keep the force too.”
United have fabricated their cautious record while turning the back four to suit adversaries, structure and wellness.
De Gea said: “I feel comfortable with everyone, everyone is training well, they are ready to play. It doesn’t matter who is playing, everyone is ready to perform like and it’s great to have a proper squad.
“We were talking about how everyone is ready, everyone is focused, everyone is training well, everyone is in the same direction, so this is massive. It doesn’t matter who is playing.
“It doesn’t matter who comes in, they put everything on the pitch, we have great team spirit and for me it’s great to see the players play in this way.”
De Gea produced three top draw saves to ensure another clean sheet adding weight to his bid to land a new contract at the club.
His current deal ends this season with the option on the club’s side to extend it by a further season.
De Gea 32, is hopeful, however, that there will be a new deal in place to keep him at the club for the rest of his career.
He said: “I hope so. I was saying this is my club, I’ve been here many, many years and it’s a huge honour to be here and I’m so happy here.
“I’m very relaxed, just focus on training, perform as best as I can. But, for sure, it’s going to end in a good way.”