After Liverpool defeat, Erik ten Hag particularly disappointed with three Man United stars

Manchester United suffered a 7-0 defeat against Liverpool in the Premier League on Sunday and manager Erik ten Hag was understandably disappointed with the performance of some of his players.


According to a story published by Fichajes, the manager of Manchester United was particularly dissatisfied with three players, and it is possible that the club may sell them at the end of the current season.


Antony, a Brazilian winger, was brought over to England during the summer transfer window for a reported amount of approximately £85 million, but he has not yet made a significant impact on English football.



Antony had a difficult time having an impact on the game against Liverpool in the offҽnsive half, and when it came to assisting his teammates defensively, he did not put in the effort that was required of him.


In the meantime, the Brazilian midfielder Fred put in a poor performance in the middle of the field, making it easy for the Liverpool players to go around him.


There is no question that Manchester United will need to bring in new players to bolster their options in the middle of the field, and it rҽmains to be seen whether Ten Hag is willing to split ways with the Brazilian.



Lastly, the performance that Diogo Dalot turned in for Manchester United did not win over the boss of the club. The 23-year-old lacked the defensive discipline that was necessary, and as a result, Liverpool was able to create several opportunities from his side of the defense. It was due to his poor placement that Liverpool was able to score the game’s first goal.


That would be a really tough decision on the part of the manager of Manchester United to sell all three players at the conclusion of the current season. Despite their lackluster performances, Antony and Dalot continue to be high-caliber talents, and Manchester United will need to be more patient with them in the coming seasons.


Patrice Evra insists Man United are NOT ready to win the Premier League after being humiliated by Liverpool

Patrice Evra has stated that he is not so delusional as to believe Manchester United can win the Premier League this season. This comes after Manchester United suffered the joint-heaviest defeat in club history when they were routed by rivals Liverpool 7-0.


The second half of Sunday’s match at Anfield was a rout for Jurgen Klopp’s Reds. Cody Gakpo, Mohamed Salah, and Darwin Nunez each scored twice, and Roberto Firmino completed the rout with the game-winning goal. The final score was 7-0.


After winning the Carabao Cup at Wembley, Erik ten Hag’s high-flying United team was being projected to win a potential quadruple, but Patrice Evra believes that the Premier League crown is out of reach for United at this point in their season. In an interview with the FIVE podcast hosted by Rio Ferdinand, Evra stated, “I never got carried away.” They are heading in the right direction with this team, but they are not yet ready [to win the Premier League]. I am not delusional.


“As a supporter of Manchester United, I will think about the championship, but if I’m being completely honest with you, I don’t believe United will be able to win [this season] because it is a process.” While acknowledging that United are a team in transition and claiming they are not ready to challenge the likes of Arsenal and Man City for the title just yet, United icon Patrice Evra was effusive in his praise for Ten Hag and the work the Dutchman has done so far. Evra also claimed that United are not ready to challenge the likes of Arsenal and Man City for the title just yet.



Evra, who is 41 years old, was quoted as sαying, “Ten Hag is already performing some miracles so that people forget where we come from.” We already have a trophy in our possession. It goes without sαying that this is a devastating defeat; seven goals is a significant amount, and the defensive performance can certainly be called into question; however, this defeat coming at the hands of Liverpool is one million times more difficult to stomach. We must not lose sight of what this group is accomplishing at the moment.


Ferdinand continued by describing the thumping of his long-time favorite club as a “total bloodbath,” and he instructed the humiliated players to let the sensation of defeat “sink in.”


Ferdinand continued by sαying, “We’ve been pulverized.”


“What happened there was a bloodbath. A complete and utter slaughtҽr at Anfield. It is the only name you can give it. The players are going to be feeling ashamed of themselves.


Evra joined a number of other former Manchester United players in criticizing Bruno Fernandes’ body language during their 7-0 loss, and he did so after joining in on the criticism of other former players. As the game went on, Fernandes showed an increasing amount of frustration, which resulted in the club captain acting out by flailing his arms, falling to the ground in a drαmatic manner, and even giving the impression that he pushed a linesman towards the finish of the game.



Evra drew a parallel between his behavior and that of another fiery Red Devils midfielder, adding, “I adore Bruno as a player, but this is not the first game has body language is like that.” Evra also noted that this is not the first time that Bruno has displayed such behavior. It is necessary for him to get rid of that.


“Paul Pogba used to act like this at Juventus, and because of that, [Massimiliano] Allegri benched him.”


Evra also drew parallels between the event and his time spent at the club. ‘When Nani wasn’t crossing the ball to Wayne [Rooney], he used to shout, and that’s when the supporters started loathing Nani,’ he claimed. ‘When Nani wasn’t crossing the ball to Wayne [Rooney], he used to shout.


They will not play in my time if they continue to use this body language, according to me as a manager. It makes no difference if they are good since treating people in this manner is rude.’


The former left-back went on to sαy that the outcome did not’surprisҽ’ him in any way because this “was not a strong United squad,” and that “you recognize a strong United team when we are losing,” respectively.



When Liverpool had raced out to such a commanding lead, Ferdinand acknowledged that the focus of the game ought to have shifted to “damage limitation.”


About Fernandes, he continued by sαying, “I spoke to him last week and he’s aware of his flailing his arms.” The reason for this is that he is really frustrated. He hopes that players would improve their performance.


The message that it sends out to the fans and teammates is not a very positive one.



United’s humiliated stars returned to training on Monday morning, less than 24 hours after their loss. Ten Hag let his squad watch the 7-0 mauling back ‘to make them angry.’ Ten Hag then put on extra sessions with a Dutch psychologist in a bid to recover trust in his players.


United will take against a team from LaLiga. On Thursday, Real Betis will play the opening leg of their last-16 Europa League match against Manchester United at Old Trafford.

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