Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag answered questions about David de Gea’s mistakes and assessed Donny van de Beek’s performance after the latest warm-up.
Erik ten Hag has hailed Donny van de Beek after the midfielder made his debut in pre-season, but the Manchester United boss has opted not to criticize David de Gea. with his late game mistakes The Red Devils showed excellent form in the first half of the pre-season warm-up football game in Australia. ahead of the 2022-23 season with Aston Villa in Perth last night (Saturday 23 July 2022), their last match in Australia before returning to the UK.
Jadon Sancho put United in the lead in the 25th minute and then in the 42nd minute Matty Cash scored an own goal. Helped the Red Devils lead 2-0 in the first half, however, the second half turned out to be another story. Because Villa made an attacking game with a win and a dangerous look. And in the end, they scored a breaking egg from the great Leon Bailey, a substitute who came down to replace Danny Ings, the Red Devils defensive line. Before rocking to find a hole to press away, David de Gea resolutely inserted the far pole. In the last-minute stoppage time, Aston Villa equalized from a corner and it was Calum Chambers who sent the ball into the net to end the game as United drew 2-2 at Aston Villa.
However, there were plenty of positives in the first half at Manchester United and Ten Hag was pleased with what he saw from ex-Ajax player van de Beek looking to revive his career at Oh. Old Trafford, when asked about giving Van de Beek his first start on his first tour, Ten Hag told reporters: “I think like all players in the first half. He has a good performance.”
The Dutch coach was pleased with the way his offensive line played in the first half that ran across Villa’s defense and thought his team could have finished the first half with a score of 2-0 more, with Ten Hag adding: “I think in general our forward players, our strikers, are doing very well,” he said. It’s a real weapon. I think it’s really hard to defend, we have a lot of moves. we have many skills and they can finish the game.”
But on the other hand, Villa’s late equalizer had frustrated Ten Hag, but he refused to blame De Gea, with many supporters seeing the Spanish goalkeeper worth grabbing. The UFABET ball got in the rhythm of the corner kick of Leon Bailey, who flew deep into Calum Chambers’ head, which managed to make the header not miss. However, Ten Hag chose not to judge De Gea at this time, but intended to Analyze that door later. “I had to go back and look. But I can’t judge right now. Football is a sport of mistakes. We must reduce mistakes It is clear and we will do that.