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Erik ten Hag is very happy with the sacrifice of his team

By Harry Smith

Erik ten Hag is very happy with the sacrifice of his team

Manchester United's boss is proud of his team's recent performances

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Manchester United defeated Leicester City tonight at the King Power Stadium to get their third win in a row in the Premier League. The Red Devils’ manager talked to BT Sport after the game, where he talked about the changes the team has been doing in the last couple of games where they have turned the situation around.

He praised the sacrifice of his team in transitions: “We can be dangerous in the transition moments. There were many spaces in the second half but did not explore them that well. We should have scored a second goal. I’m happy with the clean sheet. The eleven players on the pitch defend and attack together. You can see what we can achieve”, he told BT Sport.

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Erik ten Hag had to stop for a second to congratulate tonight’s goalscorer Jadon Sancho, who has been one best players on the team this season scoring important goals against Liverpool and Leicester: “I’m really happy for Jadon Sancho. He scored many in pre-season and put a low investment in, now he is getting his rewards”, he told BT Sport.

Finally, the Dutch manager was asked about their next Premier League fixture against Arsenal: “That’s the real test for us, we are looking forward to it. We have to be good, we know that and it is a good test to see where we are”. However, when he was asked about Antony possibly making his debut against them, he said: “We will see on Sunday”.

Next challenge

Erik ten Hag and his players only have two days to recover and prepare themselves to face the Premier League leaders Arsenal at Old Trafford this Sunday night. The Gunners have won all their first five matches and will try to continue their good form against Manchester United. We’ll see if the Dutch manager rotates the team to give some rest to some players.


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