Ten Hag: “MU was held to a draw by Sevilla because of bad luck”

Coach Ten Hag said that Man United was held to a draw by Sevilla in an unlucky match at Old Trafford.

Man United started the match against Sevilla in stormy style. The way up the ball of the “Red Devils” was extremely elegant and they easily got 2 goals from Marcel Sabitzer in the first 21 minutes of play.

Ten Hag: MU was held to a draw by Sevilla because of bad luck

In the next few minutes, Man United maintained their dominance and created many opportunities. But the failure to score more goals put MU in trouble. Towards the end of the game, a sloppy defense from Malacia helped Sevilla shorten the score in the 84th minute.

Not long after that, Lisandro Martinez was injured and was forced to leave the field. That makes MU have to play the remaining minutes in a lack of people. In the final minutes of injury time, En-Nesyri hit Harry Maguire with a header and changed direction, causing goalkeeper De Gea to go into the net to pick up the ball.

After the match, coach Ten Hag shared about Man United’s bad luck in the match against Sevilla.

“We have the game in our hands. We were 2-0 up and should have scored more goals. The game was completely in our hands, but then we had a few bad moments with injuries.

We had to make a change with Varane’s injury at the break. We also had to take Anthony Martial off the pitch because it was his first game since coming back.

We had to take Antony and Bruno off the pitch because they were booked. We had to make a few changes. Then we lost control. We were also unlucky when Lisandro Martinez was injured and there were only 10 people left. We conceded another goal from our own goal. It’s bad luck and we have to deal with it.

In the late game, we need to be more solid and take advantage of counter-attacks. We were so unlucky in defense with shots that changed direction.”

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