Express Sport discovered Erik ten Hag was very upset with two Man Utd players in the match against Brighton.
Brighton stunned Manchester United with a successful penalty in the 99th minute, thereby avenging the defeat in the FA Cup semi-final not long ago.
Alexis Mac Allister’s penalty kick decided the game in the most brutal way for the Reds. And with a painful 0-1 defeat, the Old Trafford team still has a lot of work to do if they want to finish the season in the top 4.
The loss 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 and soon gave a warning to his students right in the first half.
The first is goalkeeper David de Gea. The Spaniard twice passed the ball incorrectly. The Dutchman responded by repeatedly waving his fingers and shouting at De Gea.
Anthony Martial became the target of criticism shortly afterwards when Ten Hag accused the striker of not pressing well enough at the top. Ten Hag is said to “smash the thigh in anger”.
Overall, the defeat against Brighton brought an extremely uncomfortable night for the 53-year-old coach as many students failed to meet the standards.