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Manchester United threaten to drop to 8th in the Premier League on Sunday! Ten Hag left the pitch angrily after being questioned, saying that the opponent played at a high level

Manchester United threaten to drop to 8th in the Premier League on Sunday! Ten Hag left the pitch angrily after being questioned, saying that the opponent played at a high level

Manchester United drew 2-2 away at Bournemouth and the chaos was unanimously criticised by the British media. In the post-match press conference, manager Ten Hag also failed to achieve a "reversal". He was even irritated by the British media's questions and left the scene early, only saying that he would not comment on it before leaving.

Manchester United threaten to drop to 8th in the Premier League on Sunday! Ten Hag left the pitch angrily after being questioned, saying that the opponent played at a high level

The question that made Ten Hag decide to leave was: "Eric [Ten Hag], Manchester United are currently 7th and the worst team in the Premier League is 7th, so you risk setting the lowest ranking record. Do you think the ranking will be lowered again?"

Hearing this question, the Manchester United manager, who was already in his chair, stood up. "I don't judge, it doesn't matter now. With that, he left the press conference.

Manchester United threaten to drop to 8th in the Premier League on Sunday! Ten Hag left the pitch angrily after being questioned, saying that the opponent played at a high level

Before that, Ten Hag admitted that United did not play well and did not deserve a better result than a draw. But he still insists his side are resilient, but the opposition is particularly aggressive when they play Manchester United. 'We have a team with resilience and character and we want to win. We came from behind twice today and you see every opponent hungry to beat Manchester United and they have pushed their limits every game. We have to show determination, control the game and dominate the game. We have to win games and in the last four games we have conceded too many points and it is unnecessary. 」

United's worst result came in 2013/14, Sir Alex Ferguson's first season after retiring, when they finished seventh, leading to the sacking of David Moyes, the Chosen One. Ironically, if United continue to slip down the table, the next one to overtake David Moyes' current side will be West Ham United.

Manchester United threaten to drop to 8th in the Premier League on Sunday! Ten Hag left the pitch angrily after being questioned, saying that the opponent played at a high level

That moment could come as early as Sunday, when West Ham host Fulham and, if they win, would see them leapfrog the Red Devils by a point with a game in hand and move Ten Hag's side into eighth place in the Premier League. With the Premier League postponed due to Manchester United's FA Cup semi-finals next week, West Ham could even further slip away from their opponents at Crystal Palace. Manchester United are considered favourites to qualify for the FA Cup final, after all, the opponent is only Coventry City in the Championship, but with the current form, Red Devils fans may also have to worry about whether there will be an upset!

Tottenham's 4-0 defeat at Newcastle United this week, while Aston Villa are set to visit Arsenal and are likely to drop three points. Ten Hag admits that such a performance will not be enough if he wants to secure a place in next season's Champions League. "Naturally, this is not good enough. The United boss said: "We weren't always organised, especially on the right side, there were some gaps and the opposition would have benefited from that and we should have done better. 」

Manchester United threaten to drop to 8th in the Premier League on Sunday! Ten Hag left the pitch angrily after being questioned, saying that the opponent played at a high level

Manchester United's main right-back Diogu Darlow also admitted that the fact that he and his team-mates were not good enough to be shot at goal 20 times again. 'We lost control at the back in some situations where we shouldn't have and gave confidence to the opposition and they scored two goals. We need to take some responsibility and we can't run away from it. Manchester United's standards have always been high and we have to take responsibility for the kind of mistakes we make as a team. If you want to win the championship, if you want to win big games, you can't do that anymore. 」

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