Ten Hag gets criticism from two Manchester United legends after the loss vs City

Two Manchester United legends criticizes Ten Hag's game plan against Man City.

By Emmanuel Mendez

Ten Hag did not impress two Manchester United legends who watched the Manchester derby.
Ten Hag did not impress two Manchester United legends who watched the Manchester derby.
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Ten Hag received more criticism after the Manchester Derby in the Premier League today. Man United lost 3-1 against Manchester City, and the team is far from Champions League spots in the league. The team has lost their second Premier League game in a row, and they remain 6th with teams below them catching up. West Ham United is 7th in the league with 42 points, and Newcastle United are in 8th with 40 points. Man United are 6th with 44 points, six points below 5th place Spurs, and 11 points below 4th place Aston Villa.

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Two legends of Manchester United were watching the game and they were not impressed by the team's performances. Paul Scholes and Roy Keane had their thoughts about the Man United performance vs Manchester City. Scholes said, "It’s probably the right result. Manchester City are a class above at the moment. Man United knew that if they went toe-to-toe they would probably get beat, so they came to make it difficult. They don’t have the players at the moment that are capable of beating Man City.”

Roy Keane was more ruthless, saying, "Eleven league games they've lost. It's a scary stat. It was Men v Boys at the end. They were just hanging in there, making mistakes. It could have been four or five. There's still question marks of this team and unfortunately of the manager. The problem is that this [United] team is still all about moments. When you've invested all that money and the quality they have, you need a bit more than that."

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Pep Guardiola spoke about Man United and stated that his team was not struggling

Guardiola's team was trailing 1-0 at halftime, but he felt that his team was not struggling against Man United in the whole game. Guardiola said, "We were not struggling, we were losing the game but not struggling. We had really good defensively and offensively. The first half was better than the second."

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