Erik ten Hag criticizes Man Utd players for ‘throwing away’ Burnley draw as job hangs by a thread.

Erik ten Hag expressed his discontent with his Manchester United players following their 1-1 draw with Burnley at Old Trafford. The manager felt that his team lacked control and implied that they had squandered two points in an avoidable manner. Despite Antony’s early goal, Burnley managed to level the score with a late penalty from Zeki Amdouni, prompting Ten Hag to criticize his team’s inability to maintain their lead. Ten Hag voiced frustration over his team’s loss of control in the first half and their subsequent failure to secure the win, despite dominating the second half.

He emphasized the need to take responsibility and acknowledged the team’s missed opportunities to secure the three points. In addition to his disappointment with the team’s performance, Ten Hag expressed frustration over two penalty decisions that went against his team, highlighting a perceived lack of luck and consistency in refereeing decisions in recent matches. He stressed the importance of taking responsibility and called for his players to understand the impact of their mistakes on the team’s overall performance. The article concluded with an invitation for readers to stay updated on the latest news and developments regarding the match on, and to engage with the Daily Express on various social media platforms.

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