Erik ten Hag spotted losing his temper with £85m Man Utd star in humiliating Brentford draw

Erik ten Hag barks instructions against Brentford (Image: Getty Images)

Erik ten Hag was enraged with a Red Devils player during Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Brentford, which was a terrible performance by Manchester United.

During Manchester United’s embarrassing draw with Brentford, Erik ten Hag was seen reprimanding Antony.

As the Red Devils looked for a winner, the Brazilian winger was brought on for Alejandro Garnacho at the hour mark. However, it didn’t take long for him to irritate his manager.

Ten Hag’s grievances seemed to revolve around Antony’s endeavors to exert pressure on the Bees, resulting in gaps behind. During the game, Brentford ran through the Red Devils virtually at will.

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Man United is extremely lucky to still be in the game despite giving up 31 shots during the contest. In stoppage time, Mason Mount appeared to have secured three points, but the hosts’ Kristoffer Ajer equalized.

Ten Hag voiced his grievances following the match. The Dutchman said, “We didn’t deserve to win, but you have to take this if you’re winning,” in a post-match statement. Generally speaking, I think things are going great in this situation.

“We remained resilient throughout the entire game, but Brentford outperformed us when it came to aggression. At several points during the game, we ought to demonstrate more fervor and desire.

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“You have to win even when you don’t play well, and we came close. It really disappoints me that we couldn’t push it past the finish line. Though not enough, there was spirit and resistance.”

Ten Hag voiced his grievances following the match. The Dutchman said, "We didn't deserve to win, but you have to take this if you're winning," in a post-match statement. Generally speaking, I think things are going great in this situation."We remained resilient throughout the entire game, but Brentford outperformed us when it came to aggression. At several points during the game, we ought to demonstrate more fervor and desire.

"You have to win even when you don't play well, and we came close. It really disappoints me that we couldn't push it past the finish line. Though not enough, there was spirit and resistance."

Antony copped some grief from Erik ten Hag against Brentford ( Image: Getty Images)

Ten Hag added that his team’s loss could hurt them in the competition for a Champions League berth at the end of the regular season. “There are still many games to go,” he continued. Of course, by the end, the points might cost more. Three points was the proper amount. We’ll know by the end. It might be a crucial point.

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“Don’t underestimate Brentford; I’ve seen them play well against Liverpool and Man City. Still, we ought to have handled this better. There is no miscommunication; I’m not pleased with the performance. When it comes to how we approach and play a game, we should be consistent.”

Midweek sees Man United return to action when they play Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. Hopefully, Ten Hag’s rage won’t work against Antony. After his previous start, he had made the most Premier League appearances, including his cameo against Brentford. That occurred during the Red Devils’ December 2-1 loss to Nottingham Forest.

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