‘0-2→2-2’ Rose Derby Draw Ten Haag “wasn’t ready to fight”

 Manchester United manager Eric ten Haag (53) whipped his players after a tough draw.

Manchester United drew 2-2 with Leeds United in the 2022-2023 Premier League Round 8 match held at Old Trafford, Manchester’s home stadium, on the 9th (Korean time). The draw on the day left Manchester United in third place with 43 points.

Manchester United took the lead with Wilfrid Nyongto in the first minute of the game, and Raphael Baran scored an own goal in the third minute of the second half, facing a crisis. However, Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho scored consecutive goals in the 17th and 25th minutes of the second half to tie the game and earn one point.

This put an end to Manchester United’s home winning streak. Manchester United won 13 games in a row, starting with Tottenham in October last year, but had to be satisfied with a draw in the’Rose Derby’. Currently, Leeds is in 16th place and is in danger of relegation, and it is a more regrettable result because it is a team that has recently hardened coach Jesse March.

According to the British ‘BBC’, coach Ten Haag said after the game: “It’s a complicated feeling. Of course I was happy to get one point, but I missed two points. It’s a very bad start and I can’t accept it. Especially in Derby, you have to be prepared to fight and take responsibility. We have to lose. We didn’t,” he said bitterly. 먹튀검증

When asked if the fast start surprised players, he said: “They seemed like it, but I didn’t. We knew they were going to go aggressive and try to step up and fight back. And they did. We had a great opportunity. “I made them. Alejandro Garnacho twice, Marcel Sabitzer, Baran’s head. We had to equalize in the first half.”

“If you start the second half the same way as the first half, it becomes really difficult. The team also needs to improve their resilience to fight back. We scored two great goals,” said Ten Haag. “It’s necessary. You have to be prepared and take responsibility. You also have to win fights and be calm with the ball.”

We applauded Sancho’s goal on his return. “We wanted a different dynamic that we didn’t have at that moment,” said Ten Hag. “I think he can make a big impact, but he has to train hard. Today’s goal will make him stronger.”

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