Ten Hag frowns at result, credit United’s performance

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Ten Hag pleased with Manchester United performance but not happy with the result they got against Newcastle United.

Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag stated that he is disappointed with the result they got against Newcastle United at Old Trafford on Sunday.

The Red Devils had to share points with the Magpies following their 0-0 draw in the Premier League.

Ten Hag’s men created lots of chances but they were unable to get the ball at the back of the net.

“We are disappointed we didn’t win as the performance was good” Ten Hag said. A clean sheet, we pressed well from the front to the back and we controlled it, I think.

“I thought we were good on the ball in stages, especially the second half. We were a little bit erratic in the first half.

“You see a physical team as Newcastle, we matched them, at least. In the end, we could have won and we deserved to win.

“It’s a big compliment to the team that we could deserve this with a physical performance against maybe the best physical team in the league. When you can deliver this, you keep going.

“All details, the pressing was even better in the second half and, especially on the ball, we were better and more composed. We beat them in the midfield and we created chances.

“They gave everything they had, individually and team-wise and deserved winning because we created the chances. We missed two huge chances – we could, and should, have scored the winning goal. It was a good run by Rashy for Fred and the last one was a good cross by Casemiro and Rashy had to score.”

There were controversies all over the social media on the officiating of the game but Teg Hag insists he has no comment on the referee’s decision.

“I don’t have a comment, everyone has seen it. You can try [asking] but everyone has seen the game. Everyone has seen the game and it is your job to judge the performance from the team and from the referees. Not me, I will not do it.”



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