Coach Ten Hag revealed his ambition after bringing MU into the quarter-finals of the Europa League

Sharing after the match with MUTV, coach Erik ten Hag emphasized his ambition to bring MU to the top and be able to compete with the best teams in the world at the moment.

In the match that just ended at dawn this morning in Vietnam time, Man Utd club won 1-0 in the second leg against the home team Real Betis. Winning tickets to continue after the final 5-1 victory, the Red Devils have officially entered the quarter-finals of the Europa League this season.

Coach Erik ten Hag wants MU to compete fairly with the “big guys”.

And speaking after the game, coach Erik ten Hag revealed his ambition at MU. Specifically, the Dutch military leader said: “Of course we have to avoid conceding a goal first, thereby giving them more motivation. Don’t let the stands become crazy. We have felt no Exciting atmosphere at the start of the match.

So once you score the lead, the game is over for them. They will no longer believe and then you will easily control the game. We could have scored before half-time. We created some chances but the last pass was not good and the finishing players were not good either. This gave them more hope but when Rashford scored, it was gone.

Man United need to improve every day. We still have many limitations in the way we play. Man United have to work on improving that, because we want to compete with the best teams in the world. We have to win every tournament. This competition is very important, it is not only the title but also the Champions League place next season.”

With the continuation of the Europa League, Ten Hag’s teachers and students will face a dense schedule ahead. And speaking more about the match against Fulham in the FA Cup on Sunday, the Reds captain said: “It’s a big game. We have to give our best to win. Man Utd don’t have much. the preparation time, everyone understands that but the team can handle it. We’ve done it many times. We need the energy and focus to be ready to go in. It’s the FA Cup and it’s the same. It’s a big game for MU.”