Manchester United lost 4-0 to Brentford in the second round of the Premier League. So far, Manchester United has ranked at the bottom of the standings with two consecutive defeats and 0 points. The last time they were at the “tail of the crane” in the Premier League standings dates back to the “first year of the Premier League” in 1992.
The Dutch coach Ten Hag, who once led Ajax to good results, coached Manchester United this summer, which once gave the “Red Devils” fans hope. Now, however, fans are starting to sit still. Manchester United lost 2-1 to Brighton in the first round of the league. In this round of away games against the equally strong Brentford team, Manchester United only took less than half time to completely collapse.
De Gea’s “butter hand” allowed Brentford to break the deadlock on the field.
In the 10th minute, Cristiano Ronaldo stopped the ball and was stolen, and Brentford midfielder Da Silva made a low-threatening long-range shot by De Gea. Manchester United fell behind; in the 18th minute , De Gea’s pass was broken in the penalty area, and Danish star Jensen easily scored; in the 30th minute, Brentford used a corner kick to win another victory from Benjamin Mi; in the 34th minute, Mbemo counterattacked again It took only 34 minutes to get through De Gea’s ten fingers. Manchester United conceded 4 goals in a row, and the game completely lost its suspense.
De Gea made another mistake and Brentford scored with ease.
“It was unexpectedly challenging. We’re accountable. Poor fans. We failed.” Ten Hag was pale after the game. “Eleven employees were fired.” “We need new players, high-level players, and we’ll attempt to convince them next,” said the 51-year-old Dutch coach.