New Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag has instructed the media responsible no person however him following the Pink Devils’ shock 4-0 loss to Brentford on Saturday night.
The Dutchman travelled to west London with hopes of selecting up his first level as United boss, with Thomas Frank’s males having snatched a late equaliser at Leicester on the opening weekend.
However he couldn’t have requested for a harder begin to proceedings within the capital when David de Gea comically spilt a Josh Dasilva strike over the road after simply ten minutes.
That solely scratched the floor over what was set to unfold; extra horrific defender allowed Mathias Jensen to complete with relative ease to double the lead, and when Ben Mee and Bryan Mbeumo bagged in fast succession to make it 4-0, followers throughout the nation had been in shellshock at what was taking place.
It might have been simple for Ten Hag responsible different components for his or her downfall towards a buzzing Bees aspect who seemed like they might rating each time they went ahead.
However the Dutchman accepted that the buck fell with him as his group made it again up the M6 motorway the place they’ll face native rivals Liverpool subsequent week.
“It’s important to take accountability on the pitch as a group and as people, that’s what we didn’t do,” Ten Hag instructed Sky Sports, as relayed by SCMP.
“What I requested them to do is play with perception and take accountability for the efficiency. We have now to work on that.
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“The supervisor is accountable as effectively. He has the primary accountability and I’ll take that and work on that.”
United sit rooted to the underside of the desk after their shock loss.