Nicely…it is honest to say that the primary half of Erik ten Hag’s first ever Premier League sport hasn’t gone to plan.
And it hasn’t as a result of Manchester United went into half-time 2-0 down at residence to Brighton & Hove Albion.
Yep, 2-0 down at Previous Trafford to Brighton & Hove Albion.
Coping with quite a lot of accidents, together with Anthony Martial, and Cristiano Ronaldo’s lack of match health, ten Hag fielded an fascinating XI on Sunday – beginning Bruno Fernandes as a de-facto quantity 9, with new signing Christian Eriksen slotting into midfield. It is honest to say his choices have been met with combined evaluations:
Following a disappointingly gradual begin in entrance of their residence followers, Man Utd started to be pegged again by the extremely well-drilled Brighton.
The guests then deservedly took the lead within the thirtieth minute by means of Pascal Gross following some good play on the flank by Danny Welbeck and a few not so good defending from the Purple Devils.
Shockingly the dominance continued thereafter, and Brighton would go on to double their lead earlier than half-time.
The goalscorer? Gross, in fact.
The person simply bloody hates Manchester United apparently.
An enormous crew speak is required at half-time by ten Hag…