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Man Utd’s draw with Brentford ‘goes down badly’ with Sir Jim Ratcliffe


Manchester United’s 1-1 draw with Brentford on Saturday left Sir Jim Ratcliffe and INEOS completely unimpressed, in accordance with a report.

The Crimson Devils continued their alarming run of conceding pictures by gifting Brentford a whopping 31 efforts on Andre Onana’s aim whereas mustering up simply 11 strikes of their very own on the different finish of the sphere.

Mason Mount struck deep into stoppage time to seemingly full the last word smash-and-grab earlier than Kristoffer Ajer netted within the 99th minute to share the spoils.

In line with The Telegraph, this newest efficiency “didn’t go down properly” with Ratcliffe and people round him at INEOS.

That is the second consequence this season which has drawn explicit disappointment from Ratcliffe, with February’s 2-1 defeat to Fulham at Outdated Trafford additionally being obtained poorly by the brand new co-owner.

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United battled to an unsightly draw / Justin Setterfield/GettyImages

Towards Fulham, United did a minimum of win the battle when it got here to pictures on aim – 21 to 17 – however they endured loads of intervals of actual stress and didn’t rating till the 89th minute, just for Alex Iwobi to web deep into stoppage time to seal a win for the Cottagers.

Ratcliffe is anticipated to decide on the way forward for supervisor Erik ten Hag earlier than the beginning of subsequent season and there was vital hypothesis that the Dutchman will probably be given his marching orders.

It was lately reported, nevertheless, that Ratcliffe didn’t wish to be the one answerable for deciding Ten Hag’s destiny, with that job probably set to be handed to incoming CEO Omar Berrada, who will be part of United this summer season.

England supervisor Gareth Southgate has been touted as a possible alternative for Ten Hag, who confused on the weekend that he “doesn’t care” in regards to the hypothesis.