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“He is the only one to blame” Erik Ten hag has admitted flop Player is to blame for Manchester United’s Terrible loss today against Manchester City

Manchester United’s current Premier League problems have not abated as they have now lost two games in a row. They are now 11 points behind Aston Villa in fourth place, almost eliminating any chance of finishing in the top four.

Marcus Rashford’s incredible early goal handed United the lead, which they were able to hold onto until halftime thanks to manager Erik ten Hag’s supervision.

But, United’s lead was fleeting as the hosts equalised after just ten minutes of play, applying further pressure to United. They ultimately lost to Phil Foden’s late winner and Erling Haaland’s third goal not long after.

While individual player performances were mixed, United’s best player was goalie Andre Onana, who made key saves throughout the match and was a major factor in their opening goal.

For the majority of the game, Diogo Dalot also gave a great effort; however, in the latter minutes, he began to falter.

Although Raphael Varane played a strong defensive game, it wasn’t enough to stop City from scoring.

On the other hand, Victor Lindelof found it difficult to play left-back, and Casemiro turned in a mediocre performance in comparison to his prior appearances.

While Scott McTominay’s advanced midfield role helped stabilise United’s midfield, albeit at the sacrifice of their attacking threat, Kobbie Mainoo showed promise and versatility.

Because United was having trouble keeping possession, Bruno Fernandes was unable to have his typical impact on the game and Alejandro Garnacho was largely silent throughout.

Although Rashford’s early goal stood out, his performance was judged satisfactory overall despite having little effect after the goal.

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