Erik Ten Hag become the first manager in Manchester United history to lose his first two games in charge of the club since 1921.
Manchester United had not only lost their first two goals but had conceded six goals and yet to score in an open play with their only goal in the Premier League coming as a result of an own goal.
The Red Devils are currently last on the Premier League table their first in 30 years. Manchester United’s next Premier League game will be against Liverpool at OId Trafford.
Manchester United coach Erik Ten Hag could not hide his disappointment at his player claiming it was “rubbish” and apologized to the Manchester United fans.
What did Erik Ten Hag say about Manchester United’s first-half performance?
Reacting to Manchester United’s first-half performance, Erik Ten Hag said: “It’s quite clear it’s rubbish it’s poor and we need higher standards than that and it’s clear.
“I can bring up several things but that looks like excuses. And that is not there in the top we have to deliver and we didn’t do.
“We have to change that’s quite clear we have to start better both games we have to stick to the plan and from the first start we have to switch on and that’s what we didn’t do.
“You start the game and you make individual mistakes but you make sure one mistake can happen but a second, third mistake is not acceptable. Players must know that.
“Pressure is always there I know that I have to analyze and find solutions, that’s my job.”
Meanwhile, Erik Ten Hag has apologized to the Manchester United fans especially those who were at the London community Stadium to watch their historic demolition by Brentford.
Ten Hag apologies saying: “I feel really sorry for the fans.
“They give everything to support us and we let them down.”
The former Dutch international also added when asked if he had any message for the Manchester United fans.
“I feel really sorry for them. This is not the way I want to play, this is not the way I want to deliver.
“They make a lot of effort to come over here, the supporters.”
Manchester United Goalkeeper David who was individual mistakes resulted in Manchester United conceding the first two goals and blamed himself for costing Manchester United three points.