Erik ten Hag claims to be “lucky” throughout the message about Man City and Liverpool.


Erik ten Hag was speaking after Manchester United and Brentford drew in the Premier League.Erik ten Hag, the manager of Manchester United, referred to Liverpool and Manchester City’s victories over Brentford earlier in the season as “lucky.”

At the Gtech Community Stadium on February 17, the Reds defeated Brentford 4-1. Darwin Nunez, Mohamed Salah, Alexis Mac Allister, and Cody Gakpo all scored goals to give Jurgen Klopp’s team the victory.

In February, City defeated Brentford 3-1 on the road behind a hat-trick from Phil Foden. Ten Hag, whose club was held to a 1-1 tie in the capital on Saturday night, has mentioned the challenge of opposing Thomas Frank’s team at the Gtech, even if the Bees had already grabbed an early lead in the game.

According to the Manchester Evening News, he warned reporters on Saturday night, “Don’t lower the performances from Brentford.” “I watched them play Man City, and City was fortunate to win that match as well.

“And don’t say this because Brentford should have grabbed the lead against Liverpool in the first thirty-five minutes. We need to have handled this better; there was no miscommunication, the players were let down by the performance, and we ought to play consistently, enter the game, act more aggressively, and so on.”

After the international break, Liverpool returned to winning ways on Sunday with a victory over Brighton. The Reds will play Sheffield United in the middle of the week before hosting Manchester United at Old Trafford the following week.


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