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Erik ten Hag’s Concise Four-Word Response to Virgil van Dijk Following Manchester United Dig

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Erik ten Hag’s Concise Four-Word Response to Virgil van Dijk Following Manchester United Dig
Erik ten Hag, the manager of Manchester United, responded with a nonchalant attitude upon learning of Virgil van Dijk’s assertion that Liverpool was the sole team attempting to secure a victory at Anfield. Despite enduring a challenging week, Manchester United managed to secure a goalless draw against Liverpool, although the performance failed to satisfy Liverpool captain Van Dijk.

Following the stalemate that resulted in Liverpool losing their position at the top of the Premier League, Van Dijk expressed his frustration. He emphasized Liverpool’s dominance in possession and the creation of opportunities, claiming that they were the only team striving to win the game. In response to Van Dijk’s comments, Ten Hag reacted with apparent indifference.”So
metimes we shot too easy and could have passed on the overlap. The right decision was sometimes lacking.

“We carry on of course, but it’s frustrating because we were superior in all aspects. In the end they’re buzzing with a point and we’re disappointed with a point.”

Van Dijk’s comments were brought up to Ten Hag in his post-match press conference and the far-from-bothered United boss said simply: “This is his opinion”.

On his side’s display, the Dutchman added: “I said after the game in the dressing room that I was very proud of the team. We should do this more often. We stayed in the game and were disciplined with the game plan.

“We proved today what we are capable of. If we bring this every time on the pitch we are a hard team to beat and we can go on and win games – and big games.”
While Ten Hag said little about Van Dijk, Red Devils legend Roy Keane tore into the Liverpool skipper, accusing him of arrogance.

“Virgil van Dijk had arrogance coming out of him, dishing Manchester United like that,” fumed Keane on Sky Sports. “He needs a reminder himself. He’s playing for a club, who have won one title in 30 odd years.”

Jurgen Klopp claims he “couldn’t really be interested” in the title race and claims Liverpool have done well to be second.

“I’m happy we’re in the area we are, but I don’t know why we open that discussion,” said the Liverpool boss. “It’s December, the toughest period of the year, everyone has to get through it somehow. In April, I’m more than happy to discuss it.

“We’re exactly where we belong because of our performances.”

Erik ten Hag’s Concise Four-Word Response to Virgil van Dijk Following Manchester United Dig

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