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Manchester United’s manager, Erik ten Hag, expressed deep concern over his team’s inconsistent performance, particularly following their demoralizing defeat to Bournemouth over the weekend. Despite a recent victory against Chelsea, the Red Devils faced another setback as Bournemouth dominated the entire match, securing their first-ever win at Old Trafford.

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In his post-match press conference, Ten Hag conveyed disappointment in both the team’s overall performance and their ongoing struggle with consistency. Reflecting on the match, he criticized the poor start and defensive lapses that led to Bournemouth’s early goals. Despite efforts to mount a comeback, Ten Hag emphasized the team’s lack of brilliance in the final third, ultimately resulting in a failure to equalize.

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Acknowledging the need for improvement, Ten Hag took responsibility for the squad’s preparation and stressed the importance of being consistently ready for each game. He highlighted the squad’s current inconsistency and the necessity of collective efforts to address this issue. Ten Hag expressed his disappointment in the team’s inability to maintain a high level of performance consistently, stating that they must become tougher and better prepared from the start of every game.

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The defeat saw United conceding goals early in the match, with Bruno Fernandes’ mistake leading to Bournemouth’s first goal. Despite several attacking attempts, United failed to overturn the deficit, and Bournemouth secured their victory with additional goals from Philip Billing and Marcos Senesi.

With the loss, United missed the opportunity to level points with fourth-placed Manchester City, and depending on other results, they could find themselves as low as eighth in the standings. The team faces a critical need for improvement to salvage their season, with a tough upcoming fixture against Luton Town on the horizon.

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