Diogo Dalot has bemoaned Manchester United’s lack of ‘aggression’ of their opening weekend defeat to Brighton within the Premier League.
United fell 2-0 behind to the Seagulls on Erik ten Hag’s league debut as supervisor after a quickfire double from Pascal Gross within the first half.
The Previous Trafford facet pulled a aim again halfway by means of the second interval by way of an Alexis Mac Allister personal aim, however they had been unable to discover a leveller regardless of Cristiano Ronaldo’s introduction within the 52nd minute.
And Dalot believes his facet’s lack of aggression with out the ball allowed Brighton to construct a head of steam.
“We allow them to play freely a few instances and so they play in behind,” the defender informed MUTV. “We may cease these counterattacks with a little bit bit extra aggression.
“Like I stated we did higher within the second half, we stored extra of the ball, we had a couple of extra probabilities however not sufficient.
“We have to analyse what we did, and what we did not do proper and attempt to enhance for the following recreation.”
The Portuguese was happy with the response from his facet after the interval, however he admitted it was too little, too late within the context of the sport.
He added: “I feel everybody felt that at this time was a disappointing end result, we had a extremely dangerous first 45 minutes.
“Second half we acquired a little bit bit higher nevertheless it’s nonetheless not sufficient to win a recreation like this, we knew it was going to be robust.
“There’s disappointment however we have to hold our heads up and begin working for the following recreation.”