Speaking after the 0-3 loss to Sevilla, coach Erik ten Hag had reason to be unhappy with Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s handling.
MU has just disappointed in the trip to Sevilla in the second leg of the quarter-finals of the Europa League 2022/23. The mistakes of the defense caused the Red Devils to lose with a score of 0-3. Youssef En-Nesyri’s brace and Loic Bade’s goal helped Sevilla win tickets to the Champions League semi-finals.
Accordingly, Spain’s team went on with a total score of 5-2 after two matches. In the match against Sevilla, MU also had opportunities to bring home goals but could not take advantage. The biggest chance the visitors created against Sevilla belonged to Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
The defender had a chance late in the first half but fired the shot straight at the keeper. Speaking after the game, coach Erik ten Hag was still annoyed, insisting that in a difficult game like this, the team needed to seize the opportunity, he said:
“We had a big chance with Aaron Wan-Bissaka. It was a big opportunity to come back but we didn’t. Of course, I was very disappointed. I expected more. Fans Expect more than that.”
Wan-Bissaka has always been underestimated in the ability to support attacks. In addition to his poor finishing ability, the defender’s crosses also do not bring too many opportunities for teammates.