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Manchester United still winless, are Erik tan Hag’s days numbered?

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Bournemouth, with Milos Kerkez, played a 2-2 draw at home with Manchester United on Saturday’s game day of the 33rd round of the English football championship.

The Hungarian national team played the match as a starting winger. This time he helped the attacks a lot and came close to scoring his first Premier League goal, but the post prevented him from doing so.

Manchester United is in an amazing slump, the Red Devils have won only one of their last seven English league games. After 32 rounds, MU is only in seventh place in the table with 50 points, minus one goal difference.

Little by little, a minor miracle would have to happen for Erik ten Hag’s students to catch up with last-placed Aston Villa and qualify for the most prestigious European cup series.

Aston Villa currently has 60 points, Tottenham also has 60, and Newcastle has 50. The Red Devils should overtake them if they want to play in the Champions League next year.

At the post-match press conference, Manchester United’s head coach Erik ten Hag justified the team’s poor form for weeks by saying that it had a lot of injuries and that the defense could hardly be put together for tonight’s match.

It was also mentioned that the Manchester team is currently in seventh place in the league, and if the team were to slip lower, it would produce the worst PL performance of all time:

“Erik, you are in danger of being caught in seventh place. If you fall below that, you will produce the worst season in United’s Premier League history.”

asked one of the interviewers.

However, Erik ten Hag didn’t even wait for the journalist to finish the question, he stood up and stormed out of the press conference.

Erik ten Hag’s press conference after the match:

Summary of the match:

Premier League, round 33:

AFC Bournemouth–Manchester United 2–2 (2–1)

scorers: Solanke (16th), Kluivert (36th), and Fernandes (31st, 65th – the latter from a penalty)

also played today:

Manchester City-Luton Town 5-1 (1-0)

scorers: Hashioka (2nd), Kovacic (64th), Haaland (76th – penalty), Doku (87th), Guardiol (90th+3rd), and Barkley (81st)

Newcastle United-Tottenham Hotspur 4-0 (2-0)

Brentford-Sheffield United 2-0 (0-0)

Burnley-Brighton 1-1 (0-0)

Nottingham Forest-Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-2 (1-1)

Source: MTI

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