Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag burst into flames during their 3-1 pre-season win over Crystal Palace on Sunday in Australia.
It was another impressive performance from Manchester United. As United continued their flawless start under Erik ten Hag with a 3-1 win over Crystal Palace. In Melbourne in yesterday’s match goals from Marcus Rashford Jadon Sancho and Anthony Martial earned the Red Devils. A deserved victory, with Patrick Vieira’s men receiving a late-game consolation goal from Joel Ward.
Once again, there are good signs that players can understand Ten Hag’s team-building philosophy well, with Martial. Probably the best example of a player born under the Dutchman’s squad. Ten Hag is unlike any previous manager. Where the uniqueness of playing is clear And this is what players have been asking. After the team looked elusive under the leadership of Ralph Rangnick and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
But adopting those methods is not always easy. Ten Hag has made it clear to players do not embrace his ideas. That was very evident at the MCG (Melbourne Cricket Ground) where the game was played. Even at the end of the game. They won 3-1 but can hear Ten Hag blame David de Gea loud and clear loud and clear on the field. The Spaniard picked the ball back after Aaron Wan-Bissaka. But instead of passing the UFABET ball to one of the defenders for the game from the back. De Gea opted to kick the ball up the counter and Ahmad Diallo. The defeat in a header that cost Manchester United possession of the ball left. Ten Hag extremely upset and could be heard shouting “David! What the hell are you doing?!”
Ten Hag was clearly outraged by De Gea’s decision to turn the ball higher. Which he regularly performed under previous managers such as Jose Mourinho and David Moyes. The Dutchman has made it clear that De Gea will be his first choice this season and has allowed Dean Henderson to join Nottingham Forest on loan, although De Gea may. It wouldn’t be the best fit for the way Ten Hag wanted to play.
However, after footage of the moment was posted on social media, some United fans questioned whether it was Charlie Savage who should have been scolded instead of the goalkeeper. One fan highlighted Ten Hag’s need to sign a defensive midfielder this summer. “He should have told Charlie that he didn’t get the ball as a defensive midfielder, we really need the FDJ (Frankie de Jong).”