Express Sport discovered that Erik ten Hag was very upset with some Man Utd players during the match against Spurs.
“Hold the gold to let it fall”, Man Utd was a big disappointment against Tottenham. Accordingly, before an opponent in crisis, the Red Devils quickly got 2 goals to take the lead thanks to Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford.
However, Man Utd suddenly played below strength after the break. This helped Spurs bounce back. Pedro Porro and Son Heung-min scored in turn to help the Rooster retain a point.
The draw made coach Erik ten Hag unhappy. He asserted that the students made many mistakes. In fact, when the match took place, according to Express, the Dutch coach was constantly angry with his students.
From the start, Ten Hag shouted at Aaron Wan-Bissaka after the 25-year-old let Richarlison pass and the defender received a yellow card shortly after.
The former Ajax coach was also angry with Antony when the Brazilian player fell after a tackle, instead of getting up to support his teammates.
And even Jadon Sancho, despite contributing to the goal, was scolded. Ten Hag criticized the England international for not backing up after scoring.
It clearly shows that the Dutch coach demands absolute perfection from all his players.