Erik ten Hag irked by Casemiro red as Man Utd held by Saints – Gapuran Sport
Erik ten Hag is furious over his inconsistent performance after Casemiro’s second red card in five weeks has left Manchester United level on points with Southampton.
After bouncing back from scoring seven goals against Liverpool in a 4-1 win over Real Betis in the Europa League, the Red Devils need another performance.
Casemiro was sent off in the 34th minute after VAR Andre Marriner advised referee Anthony Taylor to review Saints midfielder Carlos Alcaraz’s challenge. on the sideline monitor
Ten Hag was furious with the decision and called for a penalty – Kyle Walker-Peters fouled and handballed Armel. Bella-Cotchap As United dug deep to stave off Southampton’s impressive threat in a hard-fought 0-0 draw.
“Dissonance [meaning that] the players no longer know what the policy is,” said the United boss on Casemiro’s sacking.
“I think everything is over. I mean you saw it on Saturday. Leicester-Chelsea and VAR didn’t show up.”
“Today it came in the defensive line. And then there were two penalties but they didn’t come on the line.
“I think especially the first one was a very clear handball for me. So what’s the policy?”
Ten Hag said they had “questions” about Sunday duties. When Casemiro picked up a second red card as a United player
The 31-year-old received a direct red card for the first time in Europe’s top flight in a 2-1 win over Crystal Palace last month. and is now facing a four-match ban.
“There’s another disagreement,” said Tenhag. “The referee will come at the start of the season with the policy. ‘We are the Premier League. we will be strong here We need concentration.’
“Casemiro played more than 500 games in European leagues, he never got a red card. And now he’s got two red cards.
“He played hard but played fair. And in this game is fair play. Like the Crystal Palace game, so it’s very controversial.
“When you stand still, it looks bad, but everyone who knows something about football. Top football players They know what’s bad, what’s not bad, what’s fair.”
“I tell you Casemiro is a really fair player. Strong but fair and has shown over 500 games in the big leagues, never been fired.
Casemiro was devastated and Ten Hag said “we have to look at that overnight” on how to play without him in our next four domestic games.
Ten Hag replied: “We’ll see” when asked if United will appeal a decision that lets United play the best part of an hour with ten men.
“Once again this team has shown great spirit, team spirit, good fighting spirit, mutual support,” said the Dutchman, who has overlooked Alejandro Carnacho’s injury. After he left the Old Trafford on crutches with right foot in boot.
“We played, I think with 11 and 11 is a really good level.
“We played the week, they didn’t, we played with 10 men and we defended well. We have a good counterattack. We have a good offensive game. There are some good opportunities
“Bruno [Fernandes]’s kick at the post, of course I’ve seen it at the post as well. And that was the mistake of counter-attacking from a corner from us one-on-one when saved by David [De Gea].
“But overall the performance is quite good. Then you’re disappointed to only pick up one point.”
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“We split the game into two parts,” said the Southampton manager. “The first part is about the result of the match. we are not happy We talk about coming here and winning the game. And do your best to win this game.
“That’s what we do. We are therefore not satisfied with this point.
“But we are really happy. with the work we have shown in the field And we show the character 11 against 11 and against ten people.
“We show ourselves. principles we have in our games And we see teams working together. want to be together want something from the game
“So, disappointed with this point. But very happy with the performance.