Manchester United’s Christian Eriksen sends warning to Premier League rivals after Liverpool 2-1 win
Christian Eriksen has conceded Manchester United might have kept the ball all the more proficiently against Liverpool.
Joined quickly returned from humiliating losses against Brighton and Brentford in the Premier League with an exceptional exhibition to beat Liverpool 2-1 on Monday night, with all around taken goals from Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford.
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It was a fantastic outcome for Erik ten Hag, who was given a rite of passage in the Premier League after beginning the new season with two embarrassing losses. Joined were a lot of the better side against Liverpool and they controlled the game with their high energy.
The exhibition was an enormous improvement from Ten Hag’s side however Eriksen has proposed there will be better shows to come.
Eriksen was gotten some information about the Reds’ exhibition after the game and he conceded that United might have kept the ball better.
“Hopefully this gives us a big boost towards the next games,” Eriksen told MUTV. “I think the intensity [the difference] compared to the Brentford game, obviously we made a few mistakes in that game, but today we started on the front foot.
“We were the better team in the first half. I think on the ball, the team could have done better than we did today, but in general, the intensity, getting on the level and playing to punish them how they play [was great].
“I think it started [togetherness] after losing two times. This week has been about coming together and getting back to the basics.
“We didn’t do that against Brentford.”