'We Made A Mess And We Have To Deal With It' : Erik Ten Hag Begs Man United Players To Stick Together After They Lost 7 - 0 To Liverpool

Manchester United coach, Erik ten Hag has admitted that the club made ‘a mess’ of Sunday’s humiliating 7-0 defeat at Liverpool but wants the team to stick together and bounce back from the Anfield humiliation.

The defeat was the joint heaviest in the club’s history as United collapsed in the second half, conceding six goals against their arch-rivals.

Asked if the players had let him down on Sunday, Ten Hag said: ‘No, we are in the same boat. We win together, we lose together. We made a mess on Sunday and we have to deal with it.

‘We have to set conclusions, that’s what we did. We talked about it, we’ve seen it and set the right conclusions, then we have to rest and bounce back.

‘The players reflected well. But we also know in a season that setbacks will always be there. It was a huge setback, that’s clear. When you’ve had a run of 23 games with one loss, that was the second, the way it was there were a lot of lessons in it, and that can help us for the future.

‘That’s the positive, how negative it is. We were really below average, especially mentally wise. We have to take the lesson. We want to win trophies, and you have to act differently.

‘After Sunday we got a big lesson. We take that and now we have to move on and look forward. That’s the way we treated it, all the energy, all the focus has to be on the next game.’

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