Ten Hag hails perfect assist and composed finish

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Erik Ten hag praised late minutes assist and composed goals by his players against Fulham in the Premier League.

Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag has hailed the perfect assist of Eriksen and a well-composed finish from Garnacho against Fulham.

United got a late minute victory to secure three points against the London side as they strengthen their position on the premier league table.

Eriksen gave the Red Devils the lead in the first of the game before former United player Daniel James cancelled the goal shortly after he was subbed on.

Garnacho, who replaced Martial in the second half of the game scored a late-minute goal to give the fans a happy ending.

Speaking about the assist and the goal Erik Ten Hag stated that: “I like good football, I like good footballers and he is one who can entertain, but in the end, it is about end product and that is what he brings into the team.

“He had some good dribbles, maybe already a penalty moment, but in the end, he kept going. Great pass from Christian Eriksen, great build-up from the whole team, because it was really composed, how we played that. But the assist and the finish from Garnacho are really brilliant.

“I think the whole build-up structure to the attack was composed and was really great. Especially when you are in that stage of the game and most of the time you see teams getting into a rush, making mistakes, but we stayed composed and we built up from the back over that left side and we finalised and won the game and that is a great feeling.”

The Premier League will be going on break due to the World Cup tournament and Ten Hag has revealed his plans during the break.

“Yes, of course, you have to take time when it is there and we will do. Also to know that from [19 or 20] December we continue until May and that is a long way, but also we have work to do. We have to analyse, but especially making plans, strategies how we continue.”

 

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