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Ten Hag asks for the red card for Koundé and assures that United could thrash Barça

Published:17/02/2023 - 08:00h

Updated:17/02/2023 - 08:00h

The Manchester United coach, Erik ten Hag, was angry and dissatisfied with the result and the refereeing of the match against FC Barcelona (2-2) in the Europa League

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Erik have Hag, technician of the first team of the Manchester United, has appeared in front of the media in the back press conference to the tie in front of the FC Barcelona in Europe League (2-2). In her it showed frustrated with the result of the meeting and also with the arbitration, since it considers that it was not just with the 'network devils'.

It began standing out that his team left to go too many opportunities and that they had to have gone with but goals to his favour. "We could mark, at least, four goals. It is necessary to finish the opportunities because in a party of these characteristics have generated a lot of occasions. No it expected it to me. I am a bit frustrated in this sense", aimed.

On the same line, it cleared that of equal form is satisfied with the performance of his players in a party in which they were not favourite. "It is a positive result. I am happy. We were dominant in front of the main team of Spain", ensured the Dutch.

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Finally, it was very critical with the arbitration by not sentencing fault of Jules Koundé on Marcos Rashford in the advanced of the forward when the commitment was 1-2. "I do not know if it has been inside or out of the area. But, at least, it was red card. Perhaps it has seen exceeded by the pressure of the stadium in a party of high level", concluded Have Hag.

Although the indictments of the trainer are based, also is important to remember that to the Barça did not earn him a very clear hand of Fred inside the area that could change the course of the commitment. The party of turn will be next Thursday 23 February to the 21.00 hours in Old Trafford.

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