In unrest as a united front? Not a chance! After defeating Chelsea 2-1, Adamant Ten Hag is adamant. After leading Manchester United to a 2-1 victory over Chelsea, manager Eric Ten Hag has dismissed rumors of a crisis and discord within the group.
The match at Old Trafford was resolved on Wednesday night by a brace from Scot McTominay.
Prior to the match on Wednesday, sources from England stated that half of the team had lost trust in the manager.
In retaliation, United barred a few certain journalists from attending the news conference on Tuesday.
Ten Hag said the claims of rioting were false in remarks made following the game. “Disaster? Not for me, he remarked.
“We remain composed. The group is headed on the right path.”We could have made our lives easier [by scoring more], but it’s not a frustration.” We are happy with how courageous, assertive, and energetic we were.
With the victory, United returns to the top six ahead of Thursday’s last two Premier League games of this round.
Amazingly, they suddenly trail Manchester City by just three points.
In unrest as a united front? Not a chance! After defeating Chelsea 2-1, Adamant Ten Hag is adamant.