Erik ten Hag BLASTS Critics After Sheffield United Comeback

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Manchester United survived Sheffield United scare to secure a comeback victory over Sheffield United at Old Trafford, MySportDab reports.

Against the backdrop of a ‘humiliating’ FA Cup semi-final win over Coventry City in their last game, the Red Devils nearly tumbled at home against rock-bottom Blades.

They had to come back twice in the game before acing to a 4-2 victory, thanks to Bruno Fernandes’ hat-trick of goal contributions.

Two new hands helming affairs in United’s footballing operations – Sir Dave Brailsford (Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s representative) and Jason Wilcox (new technical director) – were on the stands at Old Trafford to watch the game.

Erik ten Hag was asked what he think the duo will make of the 4-2 win over Sheffield United, and he gave a confident but scolding remark to the club’s critics.

He said, “We were totally in control. I have seen a different game, sorry.”

The Dutch’s ‘different game’ was an allusion to United’s unconvincing semifinal win over Coventry City in FA Cup – their last game before the Sheffield United match.

Pundits roasted the Old Trafford club for a scrappy win over Coventry, pointing out Erik ten Hag’s amorphous and structureless style of play.

The game against Sheffield United nearly went down a similar lane but Erik ten Hag was quick to shush critics from begrudging the team’s effort again, insisting it was a better game.

United boasted their hopes of securing a slot in European club championship next season but are still unlikely to qualify for the top four.

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