Manchester United were again guilty of poor performance in their draw on Sunday against Newcastle United in the Premier League but coach Erik Ten Hag seemed happy his players could match the intensity of their rivals.Ten Hag was unhappy with his team's finish in the match against Omonia Nicosia during the Europa League on Thursday, in which Scott McTominay's stoppage goal earned the side a 1-0 win in the match against Cypriots.
Marcus Rashford and Fred passed in the last minute at the end of the day for their hosts. They are currently fifth in the league, just three points in front of Chelsea in fourth place.He said to online sports betting malaysia.
We regret that we didn't be able to win, as our performance was excellent,said Ten Hag. A clear sheet, we worked well from front to back and we managed it.We were a little unstable in the first quarter. It was a physical team like Newcastle and we were able to match their intensity, at a minimum. At the end of the day, we could have been winners and were entitled to be victorious.
It's an immense thank you to the team for this. we are able to earn this by having an impressive physical performance in the face of the most physically-minded squad in league.In the final, we did break the players but not killed the team by not getting a score,the Dutchman added. So I'm happy with our performance, but I'm dissatisfied with the outcome.