Ten Hag: United in charge for late Palace leveller

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Manchester United supervisor Erik ten Hag bemoaned his facet’s wastefulness in entrance of objective towards Crystal Palace as they dropped two key factors of their 1-1 draw on Wednesday at Selhurst Park.

United seemed to have sewn the match up due to Bruno Fernandes‘ first-half strike, just for Michael Olise to hit an exquisite free-kick equaliser in second-half damage time to attract the sport degree. The consequence and objective noticed United’s nine-match successful run come to an finish, and leaves them eight factors off Arsenal on the prime of the league with Mikel Arteta’s workforce having a sport in hand.

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Afterwards as Ten Hag picked by way of the match, he felt United invited the chance of a late equaliser by not scoring a second to safe the match.

“It was one key moment where we conceded the goal,” Ten Hag stated. “It was unnecessary — we should’ve gone for a second goal.

“It’s fairly clear that once you’re 1-0 up and in management, soccer in a single second can change all the things — it was one unfortunate second and in that second you lose management of the sport.”

Ten Hag added to the BBC: “We had been 1-0 up. Within the second half we had a variety of house to kill them and go for the second. I by no means noticed we actually went for the second objective.

“It is tough to say [why]. I’ve to criticise my workforce. Go for the second. Bruno and [Marcus Rashford] on the wings, [Alejandro] Garnacho, a variety of creativity, pace and energy and [Scott] McTominay with penetration behind.”

The frustration from Olise’s late objective was additional compounded by Casemiro choosing up his fifth yellow card of the season, which guidelines him out of United’s journey to Arsenal on Sunday. Casemiro was booked for a rash problem on Wilfried Zaha within the latter levels of the second half that means Ten Hag should navigate the challenges Arsenal pose with out considered one of their greatest gamers.

However Ten Hag says the workforce will take inspiration from their 3-1 win over Arsenal again in September, when Casemiro was solely used as a late substitute.

“Casemiro is a really important player for us, [he is] one of the reasons we’re in the positions we’re in,” Ten Hag stated.

“But last time we beat Arsenal it was without Casemiro. We have a squad, we can fill the gap, the squad can fill the gap — we’ve already showed how to beat Arsenal.”

David de Gea, talking to Sky Sports activities, stated Casemiro’s absence can be a bitter blow for United on the Emirates.

“Big blow to lose Casemiro for Sunday,” De Gea stated. “I don’t get it why Arsenal don’t play as we have to play in the same week and they don’t. Now we are missing one of our best players. I don’t understand. Now we miss him for a big game and it is a big loss for us.”

Whereas Ten Hag was sad with the possibilities they missed, he was happy with debutant Wout Weghorst who made his first look for United after he made his transfer to the membership on mortgage.

“It wasn’t easy for him,” Ten Hag stated. “He has the profile of a nine we want. It was a good debut.”

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