Manchester United manager Eric Ten Hag is unhappy with his team’s lack of penalties. In the home game, tied with Tottenham Hotspur 2-2 last night,
referee John Brooks did not whistle any fouls from the moment that Destiny Udoghi seemed to catch him. Lejandro Carnacio went down in the penalty area in the first half and VAR did not intervene.
Asked if he was surprised that even VAR didn’t intervene, Ten Hag replied: “Yes, what can you do? But I’m used to it. The whole season has been like this. When visiting Spurs, there were clear handball moments from Romero as well, and I can list many more. “I think
in some parts of the season It will turn around and side with us. I hope so.”
Ten Hag was unhappy with his team for letting Richarlison head in too easily from a corner kick. He felt that the players should have shown more courage in defending Pedro Porro’s cross in Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s first match
. Cliff) will see a team fighting for each other and trying to win. You have seen some great goals from our side. But what he also noticed was that we should be more courageous. When we had to defend corners,” Ten Hag said,
“I thought we scored two great goals. But conceded two goals that were too easy as well. I saw us create some good chances, besides the two goals we had other chances as well. You get a little bit disappointed when you don’t get a result.”
Scott McTominay was almost a hero when he had a golden opportunity to score the winning goal deep in injury time. But he unfortunately headed the ball over the crossbar, leaving United now eight points behind the top four.
“I thought it was a great ball from Carnacho and Scott’s nose was quick enough, as usual. He scores 10 out of 10 times like that,” added the Dutchman.