“Unforgivable” Ten Haag anger outburst, rules violations → frustration ‘aimed’ at squad

Manchester United manager Eric ten Hagg was furious.

The Red Devils came from behind to defeat Dortmund (Germany) 2-3 in an off-season friendly at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, USA, on July 31 (ET). The Red Devils took an early lead through Diogo Dalot, but conceded back-to-back goals to Daniel Marlon. They were unable to overturn the deficit and hung their heads.

The match marked the end of United’s tour of the United States. The Red Devils are now 1-3-1 on their U.S. tour with wins over Arsenal (2-0), Wrexham (1-3), Real Madrid (0-2), and Dortmund (2-3).

The British Press Express reported that ‘Mourinho breathed fire on rule-breakers. United have lost three friendlies in the United States. Off-season results aren’t everything. But Van Gaal was frustrated by 메이저사이트 the way his team was conceding goals, and he labeled their performance unforgivable. He took aim at the players, the report said.

“The first half was very dynamic. It was fun to watch. But suddenly we conceded a goal. They didn’t follow the rules at all. When pressing, building up or attacking, they were 11 men on the pitch. Not good. It’s unforgivable, even in a friendly match.”

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