the Mirror It witnessed a “disaster in Denmark”. the telegraph I mentioned a ‘chaotic night’ in the Champions League – and that guardian Even Manchester United’s fall to last place in Group A has sent a ‘shiver’ down my spine.
Team manager Erik Ten Hag, already mentioned, immediately passed the criticism after the “Red Devils” 3-4 defeat to FC Copenhagen. The referee, of course, was responsible for the ninth defeat in the seventeenth competitive match of the current season. Otherwise, the English champions would not have been able to give up 2-0 and 3-2 leads.
Ten Hag saw “the best 10 minutes of the season”
The red card given to Marcus Rashford (42nd) was “too harsh”, the first goal conceded (45th) came from an “offside position”, and the hand penalty that made the score 2-2 (45th + 9) “unpossible”. “. “- At least that is how Ten Hag evaluated the decisions of Lithuanian Donatas Ramsas.
“We were clearly on the path to victory. The expulsion changed everything. Then, two goals are scored that should never have been awarded,” complained the Dutchman, who watched “the best 10 minutes of our season so far” in the opening stages.
After Manchester United took the lead again through Bruno Fernandes from a manual penalty kick (69), the Copenhagen team succeeded in turning things around thanks to two late goals (83/87). Not only did the visitors lose the match, but they also fell to the bottom of the table in Group A.
After a disappointing start to the season in the Premier League – with the team currently sitting only eighth – there is a risk of an early exit from the Premier League. When United lost the last 9 of their first 17 competitive matches (1973/74), the club was relegated…
SRF 2, Champions League – Highlights, 8 November 2023, 11:00pm; Mr. Lee
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