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Erik ten Hag thanks Pep Guardiola after the 6-3 defeat

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After the humiliation of Man United by their arch-rivals, Man City lost by 6-3 at Etihad Stadium on Sunday. Erik Ten Hag said thank you to Man City’s coach Pep Guardiola as Manchester City offered the Manchester United team a ”lesson” on the derby day. Even though it was a tough call for Erik that Cristiano could have offered his services on the derby day. However, later Erik has cleared that his team will learn the lesson from the defeat.

In a press conference, Erik opened up and confessed, “City was amazing against us and we do accept that fact. However, we cannot say that our performance was unacceptable. We will still stick to our philosophy and principles in the game and will stick to doing. We have beaten Liverpool and Arsenal but we received the reality after being defeated by Manchester City. I would like to thank Pep Guardiola and City for the lesson. This is what has opened our thoughts to make things much better.”

Manchester United has a streak of four games winning at the tournament however that streak has now come to a stop and this now leaves United 9 points behind the leaders of top charts Arsenal. Arsenal has one more game to play to match the total games this season and still they are topping the charts ahead by 9 points to United. Erling Haaland scored hat-tricks for his team Manchester City against Man United in the Premier League season with a win 6-3.

Erik ten Hag said in the conference that Man United has learned the lesson from the reality check and now will be focussing more on better performance by facing Omonia for Europa League on Oct 6th. Later they will be to travel to Everton and will try again to get their Premier League season back on the line.

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Salman Shaikh
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