‘This can’t happen in the future’ – Ten Hag fumes at ‘unacceptable’ Man Utd loss to Cadiz
Man Utd boss Erik ten Hag resented his side’s “unsatisfactory” execution in a 4-2 cordial loss to La Liga minnows Cadiz on Wednesday night.
Various second-string players got an opportunity to intrigue the Dutchman with some of their team-mates away on international obligation at the World Cup.
Be that as it may, not a solitary one of them could pursue their open door with the protection yielding two unfortunate goals inside the initial 15 minutes with Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Martin Dubravka, Victor Lindelof and Brandon Williams looking especially corroded.
Furthermore, Ten Hag chose the initial 15 minutes as their most exceedingly terrible time of the game with the Man Utd boss demanding that “this can’t occur from here on out”.
“It’s very clear we were not alert, we were snoozing in the initial 15 minutes,” Ten Hag told MUTV after the match.
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“They were a danger experiencing significant change. In the second goal we were not conscious, a terrible rest safeguard – particularly in the midfield, we got ran off. It’s unrealistic, unsuitable.
“The main goal too, a set play, terrible association and discipline, you surrender a goal. From that point forward, we came in the game, yet couldn’t make the balancer before half-time.
“The initial 15 minutes can’t occur and it shouldn’t work out. That isn’t our norm. We will talk tomorrow. Define a boundary and continue on because this can’t occur from here on out.”
Ten Hag rolled out discount improvements at the stretch with ten young people coming on at the span to replace the more experienced beginning XI.
It paid off at first with Kobbie Mainoo snatching a balancer to make it 2-2, after Antony Military had scored from the spot in the principal half, however Cadiz scored two additional goals before the finish of the match.
Also, Ten Hag was satisfied to see the Man Utd youths infuse some energy into the Red Demons’ showcase regardless of whether they wound up losing the game.
“We are discontent with this game. You generally have a few up-sides in any event, when you lose, however today there are more negatives,” Ten Hag added.
“They gave energy. They run, they battle. Perhaps not generally in the right association, they commit errors however they are not used to playing at this level.
“So it was a decent illustration that when you commit little errors they can have enormous outcomes. That occurred and you lose the game.”